Here it is people, my first Harlequin American cover.
I have to say, Hunter is as dreamy as I imagined. Check out the dimples!!!
Here's the blurb:
Way back when, Hunter Boone thought he and Josie Stephens had something that would last forever. Then she got her ticket out of town and took off—alone. The hurt nearly tore him apart. By the time Josie realized she'd made a mistake, Hunter had already married.
Now Josie's back in Stonewall Crossing, and while instant fire flares between them, she can't come between the now single dad and his son. As the whole town gets ready for Christmas, Josie finds it hard to avoid Hunter. No matter how much he tempts her with the promise of a future together, she has to tell herself—for her own survival—that relationships just aren't her thing…
It will release in October - but you can pre-order now on Amazon and B&N and everywhere Harlequin in sold. :)
The Boones of Texas Book 2 is slated for January: Twins for the Rebel Cowboy!!!
July 5, 2015
July 1, 2015
If you want to find me today...I'll be doing my happy dance!
Gold medal winner in the Readers Favorite award contest for best Fantasy Romance!
Exiled to magic-barren Earth Realm, Whit Blackstone has resigned himself to never seeing his family or clan again. But when a mysterious woman appears, wielding as much power as the goddess who banished him, primal desire and his desperation to return home collide.
Immortal… After twenty-nine years of believing herself human, Eve Moore can’t wrap her brain around the word. But even immortals can’t always cheat death, especially if a bloodthirsty God of War threatens your soul. Betrayed and hunted by a relentless assassin, newly immortal Eve Moore has no choice but to trust the heart-stopping stranger she’s been tasked to find and return to Olympus.
As their chemistry ignites, Eve discovers the depth of her emerging powers, and the inescapable connection she and Whit share. When the time comes, will Eve hand him over and walk away? Or will the long buried secrets of her past doom both their lives, and their very souls?
Now available at the best on-line book sellers!
Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Kobo / All Romance Book / Bookstrand / The Wild Rose Press
What reviewers have said about Murdering Eve:
"This book puts an exciting new twist to the contemporary fantasy world." - Long and Short Reviews
"I look forward to reading more from this author, as she has infused new life into the paranormal scene." - Night Owl Reviews
"I couldn't put down Murdering Eve. Not only does the title itself intrigue, the book has a sexy hero, a kick-butt heroine, and just about everything required for an awesome read." - CA Szarek, award-winning and best selling author
June 30, 2015
The last Tuesday of each month, a princess is posting a book review of a book they've read and enjoyed. (It will not be a fellow princess book, but instead a book they've read and enjoyed and want to share the love of this book with our readership.
Today it's my turn to post a book review. I'm a voracious reader, when I'm not working on writing my own books. I read across multiple genres, though it's probably at least ninety percent romance. Paranormal romance, yep. Contemporary romance, you bet. Romantic comedy, oh yeah. Urban fantasy, yes please. Romantic suspense, absolutely. Horror, err, not so much.
Today, I'm going to share a book from a series that I'm really enjoying. The series is The Sugarland Blue series. This is a spin off series from her Firefighters of Station Five series set in the fictional town of Sugarland.
Jo Davis writes romantic suspense better than just about anybody. (She also writes paranormal books under the name J.D. Tyler which are also absolutely fabulous.) Ms. Davis has a way of getting you right inside the characters' heads, and bringing them alive in a way that makes you feel like you know these people. There's a wealth of character in these stories that's missing in a lot of other books.
On The Run is the latest in the series, featuring Detective Tonio Salvatore, a guy who always puts the job first. He's been hurt before, and knows the only way to keep it from happening again is not to let anybody get close.
Angel Silva desperately wants to break free from her brother and his gang, until a new sexy stranger shows up on the scene. She can't help falling for the enigmatic Tonio Reyes—until she finds out that he's one of Sugarland's finest, and she's forced to go on the run.
Angel gets until Tonio's skin in a way nobody ever has, and he finds himself risking everything to keep her safe—including his career.
The suspense ratcheted up from the very beginning, and kept me turning the pages on my e-reader. I couldn't wait to see how they'd be able to get to their happily-ever-after. But Ms. Davis delivers in her usual stylish fashion and gives us the perfect conclusion to this woman in peril story.
I'd highly recommend every book in this series, and can't wait for the next one, which doesn't come out until December.
PRINCESS RATING: 5 crowns
June 25, 2015
I'm excited to announce The Detective's Dragon is out now! <happy dancing!!!> This is the fourth book in the Draconia Tales series and was my favorite to write. After all, it's the reason the trilogy is now a series. Yep, I had only planned three books, but in the last chapter of the last book, the characters in The Detective's Dragon hopped into my mind and wouldn't let go. As all authors know, when a character sinks their teeth (or claws) into your mind, you have no choice but to write about them. Jamie and Parker insisted their story be told and I had to oblige them. Insistent characters make for sleepless nights. <g>
Here's a little peek into their story. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
June 23, 2015
I’m one of those people who dreams vividly and in color – I always have. It boggles my mind when my husband tells me he doesn’t dream, or that he doesn’t remember his dreams. I usually remember most of my dreams, or at least flashes of them, on a daily basis. And, depending on what’s going on in my life at that time, I tend to dream of certain things. We used to have two cats, and when we lost them in the early 2000’s, it was as if we’d lost our children. Actually, they were our kids. I found when I was missing them the most, they would visit me in my dreams.
Every so often, I dream about my dad, and the sister I lost in 1991. I’ve analyzed those dreams, and they usually occur when I’m missing them the most, or when I have something exciting I wish I could share with them. When something big is coming, I dream about it, and I think that’s my way of looking at every scenario that could happen.
When I’m troubled, I dream about my grandmother’s house.
June 18, 2015
The Top Ten, er...Two Top Tens!!!
On Facebook, someone is always posting something about movies or great lines from movies, and I often respond to these topics as I LOVE movies. So when someone mentioned their top ten movie list, I wondered what my top ten are.
I thought about what would make my list. I decided the Number One factor is if the movie is on TV, would I automatically tune in? Would I watch because I love it and every single time I see it, I get the same what a wonderful film feeling?
I found I have a Top Twenty or Two Top Tens. In no specific order:
Mr. Roberts – the making scotch scene is hilarious and William Powell’s last
It’s a Wonderful Life
Stalag 17 – William Holden is brilliant.
June 16, 2015
IT'S RELEASE DAY!
I've been looking forward to sharing my release day news forever it feels like. But all four books in the Lovin' Las Vegas series are live and for sale.
This was such a fun series to write. Four college friends who've all kept in touch after graduation have their semiannual get together in Vegas. Sounds like fun, right? But when they start talking about "the one that got away" things really start to get interesting.
Here's the blurb for book #1, It Happened In Vegas