As usual, I am just brimming with awesome news to share. If you get the newsletter, it'll be much of the same, but I'm trying to figure out a way to share things on different platforms without repeating the same stuff over and over. Who wants to see that, right? LOL So expect extra goodies if you read on ... ;)
Anyhow, it's the new year, and I'm beyond excited. There's no better time to start making changes and fighting for those dreams that lay dormant all of last year. Personally, I know I have issues with making deadlines and being consistent. That's what I'm #fighting for this time around. It's not the first time I've ever made that goal, but it's the first time I've really felt like I can get it right. I know I'm not the best communicator or advertiser or businesswoman, but what I've finally been able to accept--and this has actually been really hard for me to admit to myself--is that I AM a good writer. I am. Being honest with myself about that doesn't have to make me arrogant. I just have to accept that my gifts are what they are, and it's okay to be proud. I am a kick-ass storyteller, and it's fine for me to believe that. So I'm going to keep on keepin' on, and write the hell out of 2017. Because that's what I do ... it's what I love to do. Thanks so much for joining me on this journey!
What about you? What are you working on this year? I'd love to hear about it in the comments section below! No dream is too big or too small. <3
At A Glance...
1. Two New Preorders for You to Sink Your Teeth Into (plus a never-before-read excerpt!!!)
2. My Newest Release, a 110,000 word finale to rock your socks off
3. A Cover Reveal Round Two
Glacier: A Motorcycle Club Romance
This is a dark stand-alone MC romance that can be read entirely by itself for a complete story. It's a spin-off of the "Bad Boys MC Trilogy" which starts with "Raw and Dirty" (currently on sale for 99 cents!).
This book is ... wow. The prologue makes me sweat and fan my face as I go off in search of a fainting couch. It does feature some pretty dark themes, and there is a big age gap between the two main characters, so check out the blurb and see what you think. I can promise you won't be disappointed. ;)
His real name might be Saint, but he's a monster.
His heart—if he even has one—is coated in ice. Dark. Like the blood under his fingernails.
Saint “Glacier” Nordin is the enforcer for the Alpha Wolves Motorcycle Club and sin for sin, he's an outlaw among outlaws.
But even monsters want to be accepted and there's a place in the club for someone like him, a man that paints with blood instead of oils.
Glacier, he's the stuff nightmares are made of. But I love him.
Even if he's thirty and I'm only seventeen, even if the looks he gives me are cold hell. I want all of him: his body, his heart … and his monster.
The first door I come to is unlocked and I shove it open, slipping inside and slamming my back against the wood to close it, my eyes sliding shut as I breathe in deep and smell freshly laundered blankets, mothballs, and … blood.
My eyes flash open and my breath explodes from my lungs in a rush.
There's somebody in here. And just not just anybody, but him.
“I …” I start, tears pouring from my eyes unbidden as I stare at the heavily tattooed and pierced blond man sitting perched on the edge of the bed. He glances over at me, blood staining his shirt, his leather vest, the perfect white-gold color of his hair. A row of silver earrings winks back at me from his lobe as my hands start to tremble and I wonder why, why the hell of all people I could bump into, it had to be him.
“Serenity,” Glacier says with zero inflection in his voice, watching me with a blank expression, a crossbow sitting on the floor by his boots. “If you're looking for Jack, he's not here.”
“I know,” I manage to say, despite the violent trembling in my lips and the salty tears on my cheeks. I should turn around and leave—now—because my dad's already warned me several times about this man.
“He's dangerous, Serenity. Cold. There's something seriously wrong with him.”
Only … I don't care because when I look at the man everyone calls Glacier, I don't see that at all. I see a hot fire buried beneath ice, a heart frozen and covered with snow, a bright vibrant spirit that's too sharp and clear that everyone else just looks right through it and pretends it isn't there.
“What are you doing in here?” I ask as he continues to look at me with white-blue eyes, running a tattooed hand over his stoic face. The man is … gorgeous beyond gorgeous, with full lips and long lashes, big eyes and a straight nose. He'd be pretty, almost too pretty, if it weren't for the tattoos that curl up and around his neck, his shoulders, down his arms and fingers. Other than his face, I'm not sure that there is a spot on Saint Nordin that isn't covered in ink.
“Decompressing,” he says with a dangerous lilt to his voice, like a warning to me to get the fuck out of there. I sweep red streaked blond hair over my shoulder and ignore that. What will happen if I do? I want to know.
Biker Rockstar Billionaire CEO Alpha
Yes, that title. LOL. This book is about exactly what you'd think it would be about. And it's hot. No punches pulled. I put all of my love for bikers, rockers, and billionaire alpha males into one story.
I've been talking about this one for a long time, but I've finally gotten a date and preorder set up so you can order your copy now and get it on release day. Let's just say, you don't want to miss this one. ;)
All of the clichés, all of the sex. All of the clichés, all of the drama.
~ Dash Buchanan should never have walked into my life. When he did, he made a mess of it.
A hot, wicked, tangled mess that I'm not so sure I want to crawl out of. If only I'd been more careful, if only we hadn't been seen.
One night, one mistake that changes everything. Dash and me, we're in way over our heads, drowning in our demons. I can only hope he has the strength to swim.
* Adelaide Vaughn should not have been at my concert. Hell, she shouldn't have been anywhere near me.
As the son of the CEO of Buchanan Bikes, there are a lot of rules. First, never touch a Vaughn girl. Second, never let anyone see your weaknesses.
This girl, this daughter of the Weeping Bones Motorcycle Club … Damn it, but I'm pretty sure she's going to make me break all of them.
The final book is here, y'all. "Savage and Racy" rounds out the "Bad Boys MC Trilogy", and let me just say, this is a 110,000 word beast of a book that ends the series with a bang.
I could not be prouder of this trilogy and honestly, even though it's not one of my most read series, I wouldn't change the time I spent creating these characters. I will miss them terribly, but I'm also happy to see them get the ending they deserved. <3
Royal McBride is wrong for me in so many ways. I feel like I'm living two lives; saying “yes” to him means saying “no” to half of who I am. And marrying a tattooed outlaw is a pretty surefire way to say good-bye to my future as a politician.
Why shouldn't I leave my hometown and try for something different? Come Monday, I'll decide either way: marry Royal … or leave him. For now, the cartel is closing in and nobody's safe—not even the president of the Alpha Wolves MC. But I know I'll do whatever it takes to save him, whether it means picking up a pistol or dealing with the FBI.
I knew getting involved with Royal was a bad idea, but losing him might just kill me.
The future mayor of Trinidad … married to a one-percenter. Why the hell not?
The first official cover reveal of this baby took place in the newsletter, but for round two, all eyes on this blog now get to feast on Zayden Roth!
This is the sequel to "Bad Nanny", one of the most fun and quirky books I've written in my career. I cannot even wait for you to see what round two holds ... Oh, and guess what? I've got a title for book three now: Great Husband. =D