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Cover Reveal - Once Upon a Regency Box Set

Not only is Cowboys Forever riding into your Kindle, but I have another novella in a box set for you to check out! 
We hope you’ll join us on a Regency adventure of love and romance in our limited edition box set Once Upon A Regency: Timeless Tales And Fables! Read on to learn more about the authors involved, more about my individual story, and for your chance to win all kinds of prizes. We’d love for you to join us for the virtual launch party we’re throwing. Consider this your personal invite:

About the Books:

Resisting Romeo
Samantha Grace
After surviving a disastrous relationship with a controlling duke, French actress and aspiring playwright Claudine Bellerose is returning to center stage at a small London playhouse and taking charge of her life. But when the theatre’s handsome new owner insists on becoming her leading man in the romantic play she has written, his horrible acting threatens to steal her spotlight while his charm may …

Saddle Up with a Brand New Release!

It's here, it's here! Today is the official release day for Cowboys Forever. So if you pre-ordered (way to go, you!), check your Kindle and get ready for six hot cowboys. If you didn't pre-order, form an orderly line and you'll get your very own cowboys just like everyone else.

Get it for Kindle.

Or get it in paperback.

About the Books:

Cowboys Forever Six Women—Six Cowboys Forever Six Cowboy Love Stories by the best selling authors who brought you Cowboy Up 1 & 2 ISBN: 978-1-939590-98-5
Marry Me Again, Cowboy by Allison Merritt An unlikely match made in Texas... Greer Daily is happy running the ranch she inherited from her father until a resort opens up next door and unruly guests terrorize her livestock and destroy her fences. After she confronts two of them and the situation gets sticky, she finds herself venting her fury on sexy resort owner Guy Carter. But the smooth-talking cowboy isn't getting out of this mess easily. She wants reparations for her trouble…

November 19, 2015

“When you lose someone, you get used to living day to day without them. But you’ll never get used to the “10 second heartbreak.” That’s the time it takes to wake to full consciousness each day and remember…” ― Nina Guilbeau

I've started and stopped this post a dozen times. Maybe more. Or maybe I'm exaggerating. I'm good at that.

You can't possibly imagine the number of times in the last couple of weeks I've thought, I miss my dad. Too many.

I didn't want this to be a sad post, because birthday sadness isn't fun. So instead, I thought back to a bunch of happy memories. And I remembered this.

When I was in high school, you ran over a rabbit's nest while mowing. It had three baby rabbits inside. One got away. But you were worried the dogs might find the other two before the mom could move them. They had fur, and their eyes were open. They just needed someone to feed them a while longer before they could go their own way. So you brought them in and gave the…

That Old Familiar Feeling

It should be familiar, anyhow. I've finished books. Lots of them (which, a couple of years ago, seemed impossible). I'm this close (--) to finishing Her Heart's Desire, the sequel to Her Heart's Surrender. Yes, more Vikings!
I know what has to happen. I'd like to get at least 2,000 more words out of it, but I'm not sure I will. At any rate, I'll take whatever comes from the ending. It's going to be a good one.
I hadn't really planned to finish Her Heart's Desire this month. I just finished my contemporary romance novella, Marry Me Again, Cowboy, in September (pre-order Cowboys Forever & it will be delivered November 30 to your device. Plug!) and my Regency romance novella, A Duke Worth His Salt, in October. The plan was to take a little time, recover from rushing, and let the words come gradually.
They did not cooperate. And I have a raging case of tendinitis in my wrist and thumb to show for it. And a serious case of eye strain--I've re…

Guest Post & Book Feature - The Christmas Bridge by Elyse Douglas

Snookie was a little girl who lived down the block from us.  She was all elbows, floppy feet and tangled blonde hair.  It was easy to get lost in her moonstone eyes whenever she talked about her boyfriend, little Frankie, or about her cat, White Toe, or about Christmas and Christmas cookies—especially Christmas cookies.  Snookie had an endless curiously about life and at 8-years old, she knew, without any doubt, she wanted to be a writer. “I’m going to write great big books,” she said, her arms extended wide in either direction.  “And they’re all going to be about Christmas.” “That’s silly,” I said.  “Christmas only comes once a year.  What will you write about the rest of the year?” Snookie thought about this, while she played with a tangled blonde curl.  “Cookies,” she said. And so Snookie went on a tear, gathering Christmas cookie recipes.  She roamed the neighborhood, going house to house, pestering every girl, single woman and housewife, begging them for their favorite recipe f…

Cowboys Forever Cover Reveal!

Here it is! The box set cover for Cowboys Forever, which is from the same fantastic authors who brought you Cowboy Up and Cowboy Up 2!
I'm so thrilled to still be a part of a group with these ladies. They're the best. I can't wait for everyone to read these books!
It's coming December 1. I'll post the Amazon buy link as soon as I can.

It was made by The Killion Group. They do such good work!