VISTARIA HAS FALLEN Free on Kobo Until the 22nd.

For Kobo readers, the first book in the Vistaria Has Fallen series, which is also called Vistaria Has Fallen, is free today and until April 22nd (Sunday). The Kobo promotion page is here, and Vistaria Has Fallen is listed under the Thrillers and Mysteries. Here is more detail about Vistaria Has Fallen, including an excerpt. Cheers, Get the

2018-04-16T15:31:43+00:00 Tuesday, April 17, 2018|Categories: Freebies, Military Romance, Romantic Suspense|Tags: , |

More Romantic Suspense. More Hot Latin Heroes. More Military Muscle.

Freedom Fighters, book 4 of the Vistaria Has Fallen series, was released just over a week ago and has already snagged some fantastic reviews.  Here's some snippets. Oh and a little something extra from Mother Nature thrown in just for added fun. The tension ramps up with each book in this series. If you enjoy

2018-04-15T15:16:52+00:00 Monday, April 16, 2018|Categories: Military Romance, New Release, Romantic Suspense|Tags: , |

Pulse Pause Moments – A Scandal In Belgravia – Sherlock is STILL pausing pulses!

I wrote this post in April 2012 and cannot believe it was six years ago now.   I still remember watching this particular episode of Sherlock, and being blown away by it.   I thought I'd bring it forward, because even though the BBC series is now in hiatus, possibly never to return, the episodes are all much

NEW Romantic Suspense — now available for pre-order on Amazon

Actually, Casualties of War has been available for pre-order for weeks...everywhere else. Amazon won't allow pre-orders 90 days before the release date, so Kindle readers had to wait a bit.  Now the wait is over.  The book went up on to Amazon last week. He’s an action hero. She’s an Army Ranger. Who will save whom?

2018-04-06T13:50:24+00:00 Saturday, April 7, 2018|Categories: Military Romance, Romantic Suspense|Tags: , |

Thrillers! Three for Two!

I'm hearing Michael Jackson in my head at the moment. 'Cause this is thriller! Thriller night And no one’s gonna save you From the beast about to strike... Kobo are running a Buy 2 Thrillers Get 1 Free (3 for 2) Sale in the USA, Canada and UK from April 4-11. All my romantic thrillers pictured

…and Science Fiction Romance is Back On the Table (Among Other Genres).

In the last few weeks I have been holding a discussion with my readers via the newsletter, about what they want to read. The discussion was sparked by Street Team members telling me I was wrong to stop writing Science Fiction Romance. That gave me pause, because my Street Team are a microcosm of my

VISTARIA HAS FALLEN Free on Kobo for the Next Six Days Only.

If you've been humming and hawing about giving the Vistaria Has Fallen series a try, now you have no reason to dither. For the next six days [until the end of March 25, 2018], the first book in the series, also called Vistaria Has Fallen, is free to download via Kobo's Free Ebooks page.  It's listed

2018-03-15T15:38:50+00:00 Monday, March 19, 2018|Categories: Freebies, Military Romance, Romantic Suspense|Tags: , , |

Now out in print!  Super hot Romantic Suspense.

As a rule, I prefer to do a general, normal post in between posts about my books, but lately, there's just been way too much news to share. So, another announcement, today. Ningaloo Nights is a novella length romantic suspense set in Ningaloo, Western Australia. Generally, only Australians and travellers who have been to parts

CASUALTIES OF WAR Cover Reveal (woah!) and pre-order out now.

The Vistaria Has Fallen series is now into the "new" stuff.  Book 5 is new, freshly written and just made for the new version of the series. As I wrote in the author note for Amazon, I don't think I would have written this story anywhere near like it turned out, if I was still

You Can’t Judge By the Book’s Cover Anymore — here’s why.

Blood Knot was the very first book I indie published, on March 11, 2011, which is very nearly exactly seven years ago. Seven years isn't a lot of time in the grand scheme of things, but the indie publishing world has evolved and re-invented itself a dozen times since then. The cover I had for