Romance With a Dose of Sweet Sugar and a Dash of Steamy Spice!

Romance With a Dose of Sweet Sugar and a Dash of Steamy Spice!

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Celebrate Christmas In July At Tule's Virtual Book Club Event!

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We're still celebrating Christmas in July, Friends! On July 22nd, Tule's Book Club members will be meeting up over on Facebook to chat with the authors (including me!) about our holiday books. I'll be discussing my upcoming novel, LOVE AT THE ICICLE CAFE. We'll also be playing fun games and giving away lots of great prizes. Keep reading for a link to the virtual meet up, and to get a sneak peek at a few of the games I'll be playing with readers!

My New Contemporary Romance Novel SHE GETS WHAT SHE WANTS Is Available For Preorder!

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Exciting news, friends! My contemporary romance novel SHE GETS WHAT SHE WANTS is available for preorder! This is the first book in my series, A FEARLESS FAIRYTALE. It will officially hit shelves in March 2021, courtesy of Tule Publishing Group. Keep reading for all the deets on the book as well as a link to preorder your copy!

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

MERRY CHRISTMAS IN JULY! 'Tis The Season For A Few Good Holiday Reads!

Merry Christmas in July, Friends! I don't know about you, but after the tough year we've had thus far, I look forward to any bit of cheer I can find. From holiday books to movies and décor, this unofficial mid-year celebration provides me with a much needed pick-me-up.

Speaking of holiday books, I've written a couple that I'm showcasing on my blog today. A NAUGHTY JOLLY CHRISTMAS is obviously a little naughty, while LOVE AT THE ICICLE CAFE is quite nice. They're both filled with love, a dash of drama, and lots of holiday joy. Keep reading to find out more about them and for links to the booksellers!

PS: I've already written a proposal for my 2021 Christmas book that is being released by Tule Publishing. Any questions as to whether or not I love Christmastime? :-)