Okay, so I promised to update this weekend, and I’m here to do that. I intended to do more. I really did. But….
After a short bout with illness, and on the morning I was to take her to the vet, my beloved Phoebe passed away. To say I’m heartbroken is an understatement. I rescued her from the freezing cold four years ago, and she has been my constant companion, my lap barnacle, ever since. To think she won’t plant herself in my lap, mess with my yarn, or climb on my shoulder while I write ever again is devastating. My girl is gone, and I am very sad. And that makes it hard to do anything.
But I do have some books coming out and that’s exciting, even though my heart is heavy. Right now they are on sale at JMS, so if you’ve a mind, snatch them up at the cheaper price.
Releasing on Saturday, December 15th
Twas The Play Before Christmas
After the death of his wife, Nick Valenti is raising his twins on his own. It’s no surprise when his son, Quinn, gets a part in the holiday show, but Nick is amazed when he shows up at the parent meeting and finds his old high school friend is now his son’s music teacher.
Emmett James is full of passion and energy, and Nick is captivated by him. Volunteering to help with sets gives Nick the opportunity to get to know the man Emmett has become. Sparks fly, flirting ensues, and Nick wants nothing more than to see where the attraction between them goes.
With Christmas in the air, and holiday music helping them along, will Nick and Emmett find a romance that can last?
And out in January, on the 26th
Jonah Lyons is looking forward to spending a weekend at a cabin with his sister, Ellie. So the last thing he expects is for his ex-boyfriend to show up.
Captain Adrian Cooper was once the love of his life, but Jonah thinks he’s moved past it. Getting trapped together because of a snowstorm wasn’t on the agenda, but it means they either have to talk or murder each other.
When Cooper admits the reason he left, Jonah doesn’t know how to react. The depth of Cooper’s love has never waned, and Jonah realizes he still loves Cooper, too. Now he needs to decide if he can forgive Cooper. Can he give them both the second chance they deserve?