Category Archives: My Books

I’m guest blogging again!

Yesterday I was guest blogging over at the fantastic blog “Guys Like Romance, Too!” as a part of their May, month-long, focus on F/F romance. Check it out here: http://guyslikeromancetoo.blogspot.ca/2012/05/let-roaring-20s-roar.html The story is one of those that’s pretty close to … Continue reading

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My New Release: Betting the Farm

This is a fun little short story that I wrote last year. It’s up on Amazon this weekend, and I wanted to showcase the gorgeous cover my friend Jason Neil made for me. He’s a local illustrator, and great at … Continue reading

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A teaser…

A little snippet for you from my WIP… Chicago, 1925      “Just a prostitute,” the young beat cop said, taking in the drowned woman’s attire. The remnants of a thin, dark dress clung to her waterlogged form, making her skin … Continue reading

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I’m guest blogging all week!

Today I’m guest blogging over at Fiction Fascination, talking about the dynamics of three, and all this week I’m guesting on various blogs in support of my novella, Prohibited Passion. Come visit! Feb 6 Tour Party Roxanne’s Realm http://roxannesrealm.blogspot.com Feb … Continue reading

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My novella Prohibited Passion is released today!

Find it at Amazon or Smashwords! Ruth wants to escape the boredom of Bandit Creek and the strict expectations of her father, the local pastor. Her life changes the day she meets CeeCee, a world-wise flapper, and an irresistible attraction develops … Continue reading

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A Boxing Day Treat: An Excerpt from PROHIBITED PASSION

Bandit Creek, Montana August 1929 Chapter One Ruth thought her father looked ridiculous, his eyes closed and his hands raised to the heavens. His thinning hair had already gone grey and it fell untidily over his ears. A growing paunch … Continue reading

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