I’m definitely guilty of loving my own characters and wanting them to enjoy their happily ever afters. So I couldn’t resist revisiting all the couples of the Blue Moon Saloon series in a happy holiday story – and heck, I even had the perfect title: Celebration!
Whoa – a sasquatch shifter? Believe me, I was pretty surprised when that character popped out of my imagination. And I never imagined he’d get his own love story. But my mind tends to run away with the unlikeliest of characters, and before I knew it, Harrison had stolen my heart. He seems to have had that effect on many fans, because they kept asking for Harrison’s story. So I’m really delighted to finally share it with you – Sasquatch Surprise!
In some ways, Salvation, (Blue Moon Saloon, Book 4) was my most ambitious work because of the raw emotion of the story. The funny thing is, I never intended to write this book. Read more to find out just how this amazing story came to be…
Meredith has been waiting in the wings in each book of the Serendipity Adventure Romance stories so it was high time she got her own love story. But where exactly did her character come from? And how on earth did she end up on the run from the Russian mafia? Read the behind-the-scenes story of Adrift here!
This was fun! I was interviewed by Paranormal Romance Lovers about my writing process and other fun things. Most of the interview is duplicated here, but you can also see it on the lovely website in original HERE. Enjoy!
What a day! In honor of the EPIC raspberry collecting afternoon my kids and I had today (6.5 pounds - yes, POUNDS! - of raspberries in about half an hour at our local pick-your-own field), I’ve just posted a recipe. Remember how Jessica in Damnation (Blue Moon Saloon, Book 1) makes raspberry-chocolate muffins that Simon just drools over? That’s actually a recipe I’ve been using for a while. You can find it over in the Bonus Materials section - or just click here!
In Damnation (Blue Moon Saloon, Book 1), Jessica makes raspberry-chocolate muffins that Simon drools over. That’s actually a recipe I’ve been using for a while. Why don’t you give it a try? You can use different types of berries (raspberry is Simon’s favorite) and try it with or without chocolate chips. Enjoy!