As 2021 wrapped up, and the Snowed Inn anthology run came to an end, I managed to get picked up for another anthology that will release in September. This one is close to my heart, as it features firefighters. And y'all know how much I LOVE my first responders! But more about that in a moment.
My 2022 series, Learning Curves, is close to seeing the completion of book one, "From A to Z." In this story, Professor Shawn Zaback (Bridges, Book Three) will meet Wynter Adams. Their brief moment of initial eye contact is sizzling, but fate has a funny way of interfering with things that are meant to be. I haven't written their HEA yet, but it's just around the corner!
Now, this series will intersect with Burning with Desire: A Firefighter Romance Anthology, slated to release on 9 September 2022. My story for the anthology, "Fire Schooled," will feature a sexy Italian firefighter and an unassuming elementary school teacher. Sparks will fly in the beginning, but will quickly fade to embers that will need to be rekindled in order to ignite a blaze of passion.
Just Incredible In this twisted love story, Megan Daily, heiress to the Daily Newspaper Empire, has hit a downward spiral after the death of her father. The last hurrah put her in the path of billionaire Ian Daniels, who believes he has found his ever after. Only his obsession with Megan puts her life in danger. Together, they fight to survive. With the help of Megan’s friend, Sean Lane, they take a stand, nearly ending Megan’s life. This book is the first in a four-book series, a story that is both unimaginable and frightening, with heart-pounding scenes that grip your imagination and squeeze your heart so you're hoping, wishing, and rooting for their survival.
Rocky Road releases February 5, 2022
What you can expect in Rocky Road:
*An emotional second chance romance
*A great group of friends
*Lots of ice cream
*ALL THE FEELS!
BLURB: Campbell Drake. My first love and once slated to be my last. Until six years ago when she up and left Creek Valley—and me—without explanation. Over the years, I’ve tried to let her go, convincing myself she was never returning. Not even for all the plans we made once upon a time. An unexpected death finally drags her home. She’s not the girl I once knew and loved, not by a long shot. But my heart won’t accept that. My head knows she'll never be “my” girl again, but I need to know why she left. Especially because when she leaves again, she’ll destroy what remains of my shattered heart.