In this section, you’ll find fascinating behind-the-scenes extras for all the books in every one of my series: Fire Maidens, Aloha Shifters, The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch, Blue Moon Saloon, Shifters in Vegas, and the Serendipity Adventure series, as well as Veiled Fantasies and other titles in my travel romance series. That includes notes on the inspiration for stories & characters, scenes that changed between the first draft and final manuscript, and a list of my favorite scenes for each story. There are also fun extras like puzzles, recipes, family trees, and other exclusive material I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Newest posts appear on the top, and earlier ones deeper down. So please come along, explore, and enjoy!
Shifters in Vegas
Paranormal romance with a zany twist. Dragons, wolves, and bears playing to win against the odds.
Chronologically, the order of stories in this series is Gambling on Trouble, Gambling on Her Dragon, and Gambling on Her Bear. But if you prefer to follow one couple at a time, you should start with Gambling on Trouble, continue to Gambling on Her Bear (because those two books follow the same two characters, Karen and Tanner), and then backtrack to Gambling on Her Dragon (the story of Karen’s sister, Kaya, with Karen playing a supporting role). Either way, every story is a standalone romantic comedy - Las Vegas with a paranormal twist!
So, here’s a fun bonus extra. I asked my wonderful audiobook narrator Kelsey Osborne if she would do an interview to answer fan questions. And here it is! Everything you might have wondered about the working day of a professional voice talent!
Thank you so much, Kelsey, for taking the time to answer reader/listener questions!
For a list of all the great audiobooks Kelsey has narrated for me, just click here!
Keep scrolling for a book-by-book description of each individual audiobook and box set as well as links to FREE copies and more!
A great story can sweep you away whether you’re reading or listening to an audiobook. In this fun video starring my furry alter ego, I talk about the steps involved in making a written book into an audiobook. There’s a lot more involved than you might think!
You’ll find audiobook samplers on my YouTube channel along with lots of bonus materials about the making of my books.
I have a new project to present: my all-new BONUS MATERIALS video series. A lot of people ask how I get my ideas, and I found a fun way to share those interesting tidbits with you - by letting cute furry animals do the talking for me. Check out the videos HERE or click “read more” for a full list of direct links!
Sin City has never been this sexy, steamy, or zany before!
Book 3 in the Shifters in Vegas series features Dex, the card-dealing panther from Gambling on Her Bear. Just wait ‘til you see what misadventures he survives to win over his destined mate!
A she-dragon with a heist to plan. A bear shifter with a casino to guard. A dangerous combination, even in Las Vegas.
A spooky, sexy story coming to you just in time for Halloween!
She forced herself to back up toward the door, but then he turned and looked at her, and her muscles went on strike again.
Not going anywhere, her dragon pouted. Not leaving my mate.
Not my mate— she started to insist, but then her eyes locked in his.
Deep, dark, chocolate brown eyes that were earnest and surprised. Like a lost puppy’s, desperate to love and be loved, which was crazy, because the man was all muscle and raw power. All alpha.
She cleared her throat sharply, trying to snap back to her senses. That man was no puppy. He was a god damn bear. A grizzly, if she guessed right. A beast that stood way, way up in the food chain. The kind who could tear right through the solid wood of the bar.
Bear shifters were notorious for three things: loyalty, ferocity, and their overly cautious ways. And she didn’t have a cautious bone in her body.
So why are you being so damn flighty now? her dragon complained. Bothered by a single bear?
The bear didn’t bother her. Not one bit. The notion of a mate, though… That terrified her.
Back up to the door and get away, she ordered her legs, but they didn’t even twitch. They forced her to stay there, meeting those soft, bewildered eyes.
If he’d looked at her and oogled, it would have been so, so easy to brush him off. If he’d murmured a lousy pick-up line or started telling her about how many Super Bowls or World Series or Greco-Roman Olympic wrestling medals he’d won, she’d have been out of there in a flash. But he did none of those things. He just looked at her with the same flabbergasted, oh-shit expression she had to have been wearing just then.
Mine, those eyes said. Mate.