#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Ryan

I’ve been absent lately–sorry for that. I’ve had the flu, that then degenerated into an infection and a week-long headache. I’m taking my meds and pushing through it, but looking at screens with a headache is no fun :/ The newsletter will go out March 30 like it should anyway, so if you still haven’t subscribed, here’s the link http://eepurl.com/c-uvKn

I only send one per month, and they include links to the books that came out recently, what I’m working on, things like that.

Sometimes things aren’t as they seem—and sometimes, they are.

Avery has been attracted to Ryan for months, but he hasn’t even talked to him yet, even though he suspects they are mates. He wants to, but his ex is in town, and Kent has the bad habit of talking with his fists when he gets angry, which is one of the reasons Avery left Salt Lake City in the first place. He needs to keep Ryan safe, even though Ryan doesn’t even know who he is, not really.

Ryan’s world was turned upside down when he scented his mate and realized she was a woman. It’s taken him weeks to find her, and when he finally manages to talk to her, it’s only to find out Avery is not a woman after all, and that he’s leaving town. He doesn’t care that Avery wears both women’s and men’s clothes. The only thing that matters is that he might lose his mate right after finally finding him.

Ryan convinces Avery to stay and hide at his house. Avery agrees because he doesn’t want to lose his mate. Ryan seemed to accept him as he is, women’s clothes and all, like no one else ever has. But Kent isn’t so easily dissuaded, and he has Avery’s father backing him. Will he manage to tear Avery and Ryan apart?




#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks A Demon’s Deliverance

A Demon’s Deliverance is book 3 in the Demons Hearts series. It can be read as a standalone, but is best enjoyed as a series.

I’m having a lot of fun writing this series. My proofreaders even managed to convince me Jadon needs his own book even though this series was supposed to be only four books long 🙂

Sometimes we have to face our past even if it’s the last thing we want to do.

Cumar has been living in the human world for the past eight years, and he has no intention of changing that. He has a job he likes, friends, and he’s in love with Yo’ash, the bouncer of the only club for demons in Chicago. That love might be unrequited, but it’s better than anything he’d have had in Hell, where he grew up.

Yo’ash likes his life predictable and boring, and Cumar is anything but that. They share a past, but Cumar has never seemed to recognize Yo’ash, and Yo’ash is glad for it. It’s a part of his life he’d rather not think about, and it’s one of the reasons he keeps Cumar at arm’s length, the other one being that Cumar doesn’t seem to be able to commit to one person.

When someone comes after Cumar, exposing who he is and his past and forcing him to go back to Hell, Yo’ash has to make a decision. Will the trouble Cumar is facing be enough for him to step away once and for all, or will they both realize that together they are stronger than apart?



#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Josh

Josh is book 3 in the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later series. You might remember him from Calvin, book 19 in the Gillham Pack Series. He’s Calvin’s younger brother.

Sometimes our deepest fears turn out to be unfounded.

Josh has been avoiding his mate, Brian, since they first met twelve years before. He had good reasons at first—he was only sixteen and had just lost the only family he’d ever known—but he knows he can’t continue to stay away, not if he doesn’t want to lose Brian for good.

Brian has been patiently waiting for Josh to get over whatever his problem is, but he knows he can’t wait forever. He loves Josh, has loved him for years, but he doesn’t want to live his entire life waiting for him.

Josh finally decides it’s time to talk to Brian and come clean, no matter how scared he is of rejection. Of course, that’s when his biological mother appears in his life. As if that wasn’t enough, Brian finds out his father has cancer. Will the complications push Brian and Josh apart, or will they bring them together?



#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks The Next Chapter

The Next Chapter is book 4 in the Free Shifters series. It should be read after book 3, A New Chapter. It’s the continuation of Riley and Vaughn’s story.


We don’t always know what’s best for us—and even when we do, we often do our best to ignore it.

Riley didn’t expect to be chased by hunters and saved by a gorgeous man when he went for a run, but both happened. Now Vaughn is staying with the pack for the week and wants them to be together, but Riley knows it can only end in the worst way for his heart since Vaughn is human and lives three hours away. That’s why he keeps his distance even though he wants Vaughn as much as Vaughn seems to want him.

Vaughn is fascinated by the shifters he met, but especially by Riley. He’s ready to do anything to have a relationship with him, including ignoring Riley’s sometimes-prickly personality and commute every weekend. He finally gets Riley to agree to give him a chance, but they both know it won’t be easy.

When Riley’s brother calls him and asks to be rescued from their old pack, it complicates things even further for Riley and Vaughn. Vaughn isn’t going to stop for anything—or anyone—to have his man and to keep him safe, though.
Can Riley let Vaughn into his heart? Will Vaughn be able to leave his human life behind?

This isn’t a standalone. Readers should read A New Chapter before The Next Chapter.Vaughn is fascinated by the shifters he met, but especially by Riley. He’s ready to do anything to have a relationship with him, including ignoring Riley’s sometimes-prickly personality and commute every weekend. He finally gets Riley to agree to give him a chance, but they both know it won’t be easy.
When Riley’s brother calls him and asks to be rescued from their old pack, it complicates things even further for Riley and Vaughn. Vaughn isn’t going to stop for anything—or anyone—to have his man and to keep him safe, though.
Can Riley let Vaughn into his heart? Will Vaughn be able to leave his human life behind?



#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Lucas

Hi everyone! I’m just breezing in. I still have my husband at home (I should get a medal for not strangling him yet because it’s been more than a month!), and he’s still in pain, so I don’t have much time. I just wanted to remind you that my newsletter will go out next week, so if you haven’t subscribed yet, you should! 🙂 You’ll get the news about what happened in January book-wise, what will happen next, and a free short with Troy from Whitedell as the main character! Here’s the link http://eepurl.com/c-uvKn

Lucas is book 13 of the Council Enforcers Series.

Sometimes the past isn’t really over even though you’re done with it.

Lucas’ life is good. He has friends, lives in a nice house, and owns a bookstore—which he thinks is the perfect job. He’s missing love, though, and he’s envious of his mated friends.

Carter left Chicago after his divorce. He needed a change, and Gillham is his hometown and a great place to raise his daughter Lilia. He’s wary when he meets Lucas and they realize Carter’s his mate, but he’s willing to give love another chance. Lilia deserves a second parent—the parent Todd never wanted to be.

Lucas thinks everything is going well until Todd tries to wiggle his way back into Carter’s life. He believes Carter when he says he’s not getting back with his ex, but is that really what Todd wants, or is there more behind his attempts to convince Carter he still loves him? And if there is, to what end is Todd willing to push himself to get it?



#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Ned

Ned is book 2 in the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later series. The series is set in the world as the Whitedell Pride Series, the Gillham Pack Series, and the Council Enforcers Series.

Sometimes the best thing in your life is the result of the worst thing that happened to you.

Ned is fleeing New York—and Paris, one of his one-night stands who can’t take no for an answer. He goes back home to Gillham, hoping Paris won’t find him, but not really believing it. The last thing he expected was to meet his mate. He’s only twenty-two, and he has a stalker. What is he going to do with a mate?

Luke didn’t think he had a mate until he met Ned. He was created in a petri dish and raised as a killer until the pack rescued him when he was seven, and he is neither human nor shifter. To add to his weirdness, he’s a virgin, and he’s not interested in sex.

Ned keeps Luke at arm’s length, especially after Paris manages to find him and threatens his best friend, Amy. It gets harder and harder to stay away from Luke, though, and Ned is torn between the need to be with his mate and the need to keep Luke safe.

Will Ned be able to find a compromise? Will Paris be stopped in time, or will he manage to separate Ned and Luke before they even get a chance to be together?



#ReleaseDay @eXtasyBooks Jessie

Jessie, book 12 in the Council Enforcers Series, is out today on the Extasy Books website!

I’ve had requests to update my blog. I know I need to do it, but between the holidays, my son who had a high fever, then me, and my husband who broke his hand, I’m running a lot behind. I’ll get to it as soon as I can, though 🙂

The link to the exclusive short I wrote for the subscribers to my newsletter will go out with the December newsletter on the 30th, so if you want to sign up, here’s the link http://eepurl.com/c-uvKn

Happy holidays everyone!

When you’re given a second chance, you have to take it no matter what.

Jessie rejected his mate years before, and he’s regretted it ever since. He knows Ezra is probably better off without him, though, and he hasn’t tried to reach out to him. Instead, he’s been dating women who can’t remind him of the man he lost by his own fault.

Ezra has been staying away from Gillham and Jessie, just like Jessie asked him to do twelve years before. He became an enforcer, and Whitedell has been his home for the past decade.

That changes when their old alpha escapes from the council jail, wanting revenge on the two men who put him there—Jessie and his twin brother, Max. Ezra can’t stay away when his mate is in danger, so he goes back to Gillham.

When Jessie finds out Ezra is there, he realizes he’d been given a second chance to be with his mate. He needs to make things right with him, though, and it won’t be an easy task, not when Alpha Reddings is out to kill him.

Will Jessie manage to get Ezra to forgive him? And will Ezra be able to keep his mate safe?



#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Unexpected Outcomes

Unexpected Outcomes is the first book in the Allegheny Shifters. It’s also my first Mpreg (okay, the second one. Troy was my first 🙂 ), although the Mpreg part of the book is not the focus of the story.

In a world where shifters are relegated to only a few areas of the country, life isn’t easy for everyone.

Levi is a badger shifter, an alpha’s son, and a carrier. The fact that he can get pregnant is a secret, and his family risks a lot by keeping it. He needs to find a husband and get married as soon as he can if he doesn’t want the council to take him and make that decision for him. He agrees to meet Dimitri Marson, the son of the bear alpha. Dimitri is the best candidate for Levi’s cete, but when Levi meets him, he realizes he’s not for him.

Dimitri doesn’t understand why Levi pushes him away. They might not be in love, but they both know getting married is what’s best for the sleuth and the cete, and for Levi. Besides, Dimitri is handsome and rich, something anyone would want. Right?

When his mother points out how much of an idiot he’s been, Dimitri tries to make amends. Levi gives him a second chance, but their union might end before it even starts. Someone is trying to kill Dimitri, and they’re not stopping for anything.

Will Dimitri manage to save himself? And if he does, will Levi really give him another chance to show him they really can work well together?



I also had a new release on December 3. A Fangy Christmas Miracle is a Christmas short featuring brand new characters. It night become a series if there’s enough interest 🙂

Christmas miracles do happen, even to grumpy vampires.

Christmas means two things for Percy—a sad turkey meal he can’t eat since he’s a vampire, and even sadder memories. He didn’t expect this year to be any different, but he hadn’t counted on meeting Roan.

Roan comes from a big, happy family, and he hates the thought of anyone spending Christmas alone. When he bumps into Percy at the grocery store, it’s obvious from the contents of Percy’s basket that it’s exactly what he’s going to do, and when Percy loses his wallet, Roan sees it as an opportunity to change that.

Percy is surprised when Roan knocks on his door on Christmas day, and even more surprised when he realizes why Roan is there. Will he be able to open his heart again? Or will the memories of his past cling to him and make him pass up this new chance at happiness?



One last thing: I finished my newsletter freebie ( a short set in the Whitedell series from Troy’s point of view), so if you’re not signed-up yet, please do! http://eepurl.com/c-uvKn

#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Tristan

Book 11 in the Council Enforcers Series. It’s set twelve years in the future from the rest of the Council Enforcers Series to follow the timeline of the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later series.

To heal, you have to let the pain go.

Twelve years have passed since Tristan and his friends were rescued by the council enforcers and brought to Gillham. Tristan’s friends have adapted. They have full lives, but he doesn’t. He’s still trapped in the grief of losing his mate in the lab they were both locked in, and he hasn’t given himself the opportunity to start healing, isolating himself instead.

Hudson knows exactly what losing a mate does to a person. He lost Paul, his mate, in a car accident twenty-six years earlier, and in many ways, he still feels the pain of that day. When he meets Tristan, he immediately knows he can help him—if not to heal, at least to have a chance to start living again.

Tristan’s shell is hard to break, but Hudson isn’t the kind of man who gives up easily. Still, Tristan has to be the one to choose to take the first step toward healing, or Hudson won’t be able to do anything for him. Will Tristan’s shroud of grief keep Hudson away, or will Hudson be able to get through to him and talk to his hurting soul?



#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Asher

Asher is book 1 in the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later series. With this book I took a huge step forward in the time line, and the Council Enforcers Series will follow that timeline, so we’re twelve years in the future now. The kids I wrote about in the Whitedell and in the Gillham series are grown up, and this is their series.

I’m starting a newsletter! The subscribers will get a free short story as soon as I finish writing it. Every newsletter will go over the releases I had during that month, what’s next, what I’m working on, and fun facts about some of the animals my guys turn into 🙂 The first one will be out November 30, and this is the link to sign up http://eepurl.com/c-uvKn

Some things are not meant to stay hidden.

Asher has known Terry was his mate for years. They grew up together, and he kept his secret for fear of losing both his best friend and the only family he had after his aunt died. Besides, Terry is straight, and he has a girlfriend.

When Terry’s girlfriend dumps him, he goes home to his father—and Asher. He knows they’ll both take care of him, even though he’s not hurting as much as he should be. How can he when he’s been in love with Asher for more than ten years?

Asher is tasked to take a drunken Terry back home, and he makes the mistake of telling him they’re mates, thinking he’s sleeping and won’t even hear it. But Terry does, and he confronts Asher the next morning, angry and hurt.

Will Terry be able to get over those feelings and finally have Asher in his life as his mate?