I’m ending 2014 with a sale on my latest release, Shifting Currents. If you haven’t picked up a copy, and judging by the lack of sales, a lot of you haven’t, now’s your chance to grab it at ONLY $0.99 through December 31st before the price goes back to $2.99 on January 1, 2015! (more…)
But that’s exactly what he gets when he happens upon a curvy woman with shades of sunset hair named Leah.
She’s on vacation and isn’t looking for any complications, especially in the form of a shifter or the possessive MINE signal he gives off.
So, what are two bears to do when they’ve convinced themselves they don’t want, much less need anyone else? They give in to the pull and mate, of course, but in sex only. No life commitment. No cubs. No changing the way they live: Separate and independent of each other.
Except when she leaves his mountain, Blake can’t get her off his mind and Leah can’t stop craving his particular brand of gruffness. Now, the one thing neither wanted, has come full circle, and is ready to bite them both.
This is a fun shifter story. It’s not angsty. It’s not death defying. It’s not filled with external conflict and danger. It’s a short story about two people who realize, they need each other, despite the fact that they’ve lived their lives never needing anyone. (more…)
My favorite number as a child was eight. And for some reason I thought turning eight would be positively magical. As if I was going to grow up that day. From the time I learned to count, I don’t really remember when that was exactly, I waited for my eighth birthday. And every year (5, 6, 7) I grew more anxious for that 8th birthday. Seven years old just wasn’t good enough. Ahh, youth. I don’t even remember what happened on my eighth birthday, what the cake looked like, or what I got. *g* All I can remember is that it wasn’t as “positively magical” as I thought being eight years old would be. And shortly thereafter, I couldn’t wait to turn eighteen.
Now what I wouldn’t give to rewind the clock a little and take back some of those years.
Power of Seduction:
Every wolf has his breaking point.
Tor Kemp is an executioner, not a babysitter. But his visions tell him that Cassidy Sinclair is in serious danger…and his visions are never wrong. She’s defenseless against a world she knows nothing about.
Cassidy has dreamed of Tor before. Unfortunately, he always leaves her unsatisfied. But in real life, satisfaction is guaranteed…until he vows to protect her.
Protecting her means keeping his hands to himself. But Tor quickly learns that every wolf has his breaking point.
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