New Book, New Series, New Adventures!

I’m so excited to share a project with you I’ve been working on for months. I’ve had a secret love affair with science fiction romance for a very long time (Thank you Ruby Dixon) and after years of reading it, I took the plunge and wrote one myself. It has been an exhilarating change of pace and has allowed me the opportunity to let my imagination run wild and take a brand new adventure right along with my characters. I love my historical westerns and have NO PLANS to stop writing them so, fans of the Willow Creek Series and my new Silver Falls Series, don’t panic! I have more of those books coming in 2018, Nightingale, Willow Creek book 8 in the next few months. In the meantime, take a look at DRAGON FIRE, my first contribution in the Prison Moon Series I’m writing with my author friend, Alexandra Marell. Her first book in the series, PRISON MOON: ICE HEART is available at and FREE on Kindle Unlimited! Prison Moon: Dragon Fire by Lily Graison Abducted by aliens and housed in an airtight room with twenty other girls wasn’t Sara’s idea of a good time. Neither was being … Continue reading

Friday First Kiss #36 :: Time Masters Book One; The Call by Geralyn Beauchamp – Scifi/Fantasy romance

Geralyn Beauchaump

  The moment I crack open a new book, I always rush through the beginning, the budding relationship between the hero and heroine, and anticipate that spontaneous moment when one of them makes their move. The First Kiss. The first turning point in every story. Every week here on the blog, I’ll be sharing First Kisses from my books and those of other authors.   This weeks Friday First Kiss comes from, Time Masters Book One; The Call by Geralyn Beauchamp. Shona thought she might faint. The simple gesture was like a bolt of lightning searing across the back of her hand, his lips soft yet hard as steel, the odd sensation cutting deeply into her skin. Dallan stood to his full height and looked down at her, his eyes instantly capturing hers. She didn’t know what to do, think or feel. Suddenly she no longer knew him, the magic of previous meetings absent at this one. She said the first words that came to mind. “You are a Scotsman.” Her voice made the statement sound as if he’d grown a horn in the center of his head. He merely looked at her, his face a mask of uncertainty. She gathered … Continue reading