New Work Coming Soon!

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Things have been quiet on my blog lately. I’ve taken a bit of a hiatus, much needed for my mental sanity!  crazy-emoji

But I’m back to writing, this time a new paranormal romance series! Those of you who know me know that paranormal is my ultimate love. I’m very excited to be creating a whole new world, with some amazing new characters! More to come soon, but in the meantime, here’s a snippet:

In the beginning, there were but six elements: earth, air, water, fire, aether, and nether. Out of these elements sprang gods, immortal beings with a multitude of abilities. But in time the gods grew lonely, and each created a world complete with mortals in their own image.

The worlds lived in relative balance and harmony until the nether god, in his greed, desired to rule over all the worlds. To accomplish this he created elementals, warriors with godlike abilities who traveled to the other worlds to establish dominance. In response, the remaining gods created their own elementals, guardians tasked with watching over their world.

And so the elemental guardians were born…


Blood of the Demon – Limited Time Sale for Only 99 Cents!

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I’m very excited to share that Blood of the Demon, Book 1 in my Demons of Infernum series, is on sale for a limited time for only 99 CENTS! Here’s some info:


Book 1, Demons of Infernum

Keegan lives to exact revenge on the evil demon who sired and abused him. When his father devises a plan to bring upon the apocalypse, he and his three half-brothers, inter-dimensional bounty-hunters for the Elden Council, are charged with capturing and delivering their father for punishment.

Art gallery owner Brynn Meyers has no idea that her abilities to read memories embedded in objects and drain people of their life force means she has demon ancestry. Unfortunately for Brynn, she’s also the key to raising an ancient zombie army, which puts her on every demon’s Most Wanted List.

And no one wants her more than Mammon.

Keegan must protect Brynn from his father by any means necessary, but he’ll have to learn to harness the other half of his genetics—the  far deadlier, uncontrollable side—when he starts to fall for the one woman standing between him and the vengeance he so desperately seeks. The one woman he’ll never be able to resist.


Praise for Blood of the Demon:

★★★★ “Likable characters and an inventive plot that will keep readers happily entertained for hours. The fiery heroine and the noble alpha male are a well-matched couple. This is a great start to the Demons of Infernum series.”
RT Book Reviews
“This thrilling new series mixes danger with demons and romance with rocket-paced action! I can’t wait for the next one.” – Alyssa Day, New York Times bestselling author
“BLOOD OF THE DEMON grabs hold of you from page one and doesn’t let go. It’s a wild and hot paranormal ride readers will love.” – National bestselling author Cynthia Eden
“The hot and wild fusion of demon, dragon, and desire had me burning through the pages!” – Jessa Slade, author of Vowed in Shadows

Call Me Valentino Anthology

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Hey, everyone! I’m hard at work on getting Bad Girls Do ready for sale, but I wanted to take a break to let you know about a brand new pre-order by friend and fellow author Jordan K. Rose. She’s one of several authors who’ve come together to write a very special and unique book. Check it out!

Call Me Valentino

Fall in love this Valentine’s Day as USA Today and Amazon Best Selling authors come together to bring you one sexy hero written in five different genres. Call Me Valentino uses the same hero set in five different worlds. Your new book boyfriend is a cowboy, an FBI agent, A Highland Laird, a real estate developer and even a vampire. Which Valentino will be your favorite?

Happy reading.

Preorder your copy now for only 99 Cents! Here are the links.

Cover Reveal for Bad Girls Do

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Guys, I’m so excited to finally be able to reveal the cover for Bad Girls Do, Book 3 in the Everly Brothers series!

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Bad girls have all the fun…

Trying to fit in with expectations has left Diane Milstrom lonely and dateless for yet another New Year’s Eve. After being forced to witness her ex proposing to the woman he dumped her for, she has one too many drinks and makes an uncharacteristically impulsive decision: she’s not going to be good anymore. It’s gotten her nothing but heartache, and besides, everyone knows bad girls have all the fun.

Sam Everly enjoys the lifestyle his family’s wealth provides, but he hates the trappings of society that come with it. If he has to attend one more family function full of bored socialites, he just might lose it. Diane Milstrom, his eldest brother’s ex-girlfriend, is the worst of the lot…or so he always thought. But when he overhears her making a Bad Girl To-Do list, he starts to wonder if maybe there’s more to her than meets the eye. Curiosity gets the better of him, and he volunteers to help her with some of the more…ahem, explicit items on her list.

When Sam points out that being naughty with her ex’s brother is something only a bad girl would do, Diane can’t help but see his point. Besides, she could do worse than a little between-the-sheets action with a sexy guy who makes her heart beat in ways his brother never could. It’s only supposed to be a fling, a way to help her stretch her bad girl wings. But the more items they cross off her list, the higher the stakes become. Because if they aren’t careful, she just might fall in love…and that’s one thing a bad girl should never do.

The book releases on February 2nd, and it’s available for pre-order now at Amazon! Just CLICK HERE!

Skip to the Good Part Vol. 3 Only 99 Cents!

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I’m excited to announce that I’m participating in an anthology called Skip to the Good Part Vol. 3. If you are like me and sometimes like to skip to the good parts (hehe), this anthology was made for you!

Cover ImageMy inclusion in this anthology is the super-steamy against-the-door scene from Good Girls Don’t. If you haven’t read it yet, what are you waiting for?? And even if you already have, it might fun for a quick re-read. Plus there are scenes from 19 other books, all for only 99 cents during the first week of release!

Multi Cover ImageSkip to the Good Part Vol. 3 is Available Now for Only 99 CENTS, but hurry, because this special price lasts for just One Week!

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In other news, Bad Girls Do (Sam’s story) is set to release on February 2nd, and boy will it be a fun one! Stayed tuned for more on that, as well as news on the upcoming release of Angel’s Redemption (tentatively in March).

Merry Christmas!

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I want to thank you all so much for choosing to spend some time with me and my books this year. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I love you all!!

Good Girls Don’t is Now Available!

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Hey guys! I’m super-excited to announce the release of the second book in the Everly Brothers series,GOOD GIRLS DON’T!

Good girls don’t do one-night stands…
If there’s one thing Lyssa Rivera knows, it’s that good girls don’t do one-night stands. But it only takes a few hours in the company of sexy businessman, James Everly, to change her mind. All she wants is a night of sin with the man who’s admittedly way out of her league. Then she can go back to being painfully, boringly good.
James Everly doesn’t do relationships, not after the horrible example set by his parents. When he meets a luscious, irresistible woman at his favorite bar, he’s more than ready to show her a night of ecstasy, but that’s all it could ever be. He certainly never plans on seeing her again. Yet when he shows up at his meeting the next morning to woo a venture capitalist, he’s shocked to find his competition is the very woman whose bed he just left.
James knows he should stay away. He’s no good at long term, and that’s what a woman like Lyssa deserves. But as the two vie for the investor’s attention, he finds himself struggling to choose between the family business and the woman whose touch makes him burn with desire.

To celebrate, I’d like to share a little excerpt (fair warning, it gets a little steamy toward the end):

Lyssa lost track of time as she sat there. Finally, the doors to the front part of the office squeaked open and then closed.

“How’d it go?” she yelled through the open door of her private office.

The rough stride of footsteps sounded out along the wooden floor, and then a voice that was unmistakably not Nadia’s said, “How did what go?”

Lyssa gasped and shot out of her chair so fast she thought she might have given herself a case of whiplash.

“James!” No, she wasn’t just imagining his voice. He was here, in the flesh. The deliciously male flesh. “Wha-what are you doing here?”

He leaned against the doorway, somehow managing to suck up all the air in the room. His bright blue gaze took in the details of her small office. “Just thought I should check out the competition.”

His words made her cheeks grow hot. She knew her place was tiny, the location less than ideal, but it was cute and decorated with whatever accessories she’d been able to afford. And it was hers.

“I’m sure it’s nothing like your Manhattan empire,” Lyssa snapped.

When he nodded, her jaw tightened, but then he said, “No, it’s warm and inviting, not cold and clinical. My father always preferred steel and glass and contemporary designs, but that’s not exactly my taste. I much prefer the homier feel of your office.”

Oh. Her anger deflated.

She slowly sat back on her chair, grateful for the distance the desk put between her body and James’s hawkish gaze. “You seriously came all the way to Brooklyn just to check my office out? Why? You must know you’re going to win Martin’s investment.”

James let out a soft tsk and crossed the threshold. “You won’t get far with that attitude.”

Gritting her teeth, she forced herself to look him in the eye. “Come on, James, stop playing games with me.”

He shrugged and sat on the overstuffed mauve chair across from her desk. “What I said earlier was true. Martin generally invests in smaller local companies. It’s a matter of pride for him. When he started out, he was a one-man company and found it almost impossible to get others to invest in his dream. Now he searches out local talent with potential for growth.”

“Oh.” His words gave her hope. “Really?”

James eyed her appraisingly. “You should be very proud. If he’s taken an interest in you, it means you’re doing something right.”

His words sent an unexpected wave of pleasure through her. But then she thought of the other competition. “If that’s true, then Steve Peterson is a worthy adversary.”

He stared at her, nonplussed, and they both burst out laughing at the same time.

“Can’t expect him to get it right every time,” James quipped, but then he sobered. “In all seriousness, Steve’s company has seen a lot of growth over the past years, so I can understand why Martin would hear him out.”

Lyssa cocked a brow. “You’ve been doing your research.”

He gave her a slow nod. “That’s how I know your company is poised to explode sometime in the next few years, even without a cash influx from an investor.”

If only she could afford to wait that long.

“Martin is unnecessary,” James continued. “Especially considering he’ll take a percentage of ownership in exchange for his funds.”

Since confessing her family troubles to him was the last thing she planned to do, she forced a pleasant expression onto her face and rose to stalk toward the door. “I certainly appreciate the business advice, but you’ll understand if I rely on my own instincts when deciding what to do with my firm.”

When she motioned toward the exit, James took her not so subtle hint. He stood and adjusted the lapels on his jacket and, with a polite smile, headed toward the door. But he veered before crossing the threshold, heading instead toward her.


She backpedaled at the look of serious intent on his face. Her back hit a hard surface, and an instant later, his hands braced the wall on either side of her, effectively trapping her in.

“What are you—”

His head lowered to her ear. “I can’t stop thinking about last night.”

A rush of heat flooded her body.

“The feel of your skin,” he murmured, his hot breath kissing her ear. “Your mouthwatering taste.”

Her chest heaved at the imagery his words elicited. His arousing, masculine scent enveloped her, all but hijacking her senses. That must be why she just stood there, resting her head back against the wall, when she should be pushing him away.

“You can’t stop thinking about it either, can you?”

She summoned the courage to lift her hands to his chest. But instead of pushing him away, they just rested there, drinking in his heat. Traitorous hands.

“Stop,” she whispered.

Instead of obeying, he pressed a soft kiss to the pulse beating in her neck. His right hand moved off the wall and slid down the side of her body. She might as well have been naked. His molten touch seared through the thin fabric of her suit.

“James,” she pleaded. Her body refused to obey her commands. Instead of shoving him back, her fingers dug into his chest through his shirt.

“When I was inside you, all I could think about was how amazing you felt.” His hand trailed down to the hem of her skirt and then he was sliding the tight fabric upward, stopping only when it was high enough to reveal her black satin panties. “Like liquid fire, burning me up from the inside.”

Lyssa whimpered when his fingers stroked her through her underwear.

“Remember that, baby?” He nipped at her ear. “How it felt to have me inside you?”

How could she not, especially when her body was still sore from their lovemaking?

Two of his fingers slid beneath the scrap of satin and he let out a rough groan. His hips pressed into her side, giving her a hint of how hard he was beneath his suit.

“You were so wet,” he murmured, the pads of his fingers sliding along her moist folds. “Just like you are now.”

He was right. All it took was a few words about last night and she was dripping with desire for him.

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