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I fell in love with Prince Edward Island from the first time I set foot on it. I am always plotting my next trip to the island. Come take a journey with me in my new book, The Red Door Inn. What will happen when two strangers are thrown together to restore an old inn? Will they learn to trust each other?
My publisher is giving away 5 copies of the The Red Door Inn, just email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to enter.
Romance readers love Beauty and the Beast stories.
In Wedding Night with the Earl, tragedy strikes Adam Greyhawke, the man called the beast, when his wife dies in childbirth. He won’t put another woman at risk. But he meets Katherine Wright. This beast isn’t prepared for a beautiful woman who loves him and will prove he’s worthy of a child.
PW: Filled with riveting love scenes.
Kirkus: A fun and absorbing read.
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They tell you to write what you know but in Crazy Blood I wrote I fear. Few physical things in life scare me more than skiing down a steep mountain so I thought I’d write a novel about a guy who does it professionally. Actually, two guys who ski professionally – half-brothers, ferociously competitive, bad blood between them – screaming down the mountains against each other for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.
Anything to win. Scary indeed.
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Penny Lively loves running her family’s winery, but needs to keep the business growing. When she’s approached to invest in a new train line through wine country, Penny and her winery manager, Connor, hightail it to a lavish resort to hear the details. Unfortunately, her neighbor Chantal is also there, swirling up trouble by flirting with both Connor and the married investors.
When an investor is murdered, Chantal becomes the prime suspect. Chantal may be a sour grape, but she’s no killer. So Penny, who’s become a sleuthing connoisseur, starts sniffing out the real suspect—and discovers that her fellow potential investors have been savoring more than their share of deadly
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