Today is Victoria Day in Canada--a public holiday. Where I grew up, we didn't celebrate Victoria Day -- Australia has a Queen's Birthday weekend instead, so Victoria Day was new to me when I moved to Canada. Recently I had to do a ton of research on Victorian England for a new series (Scandalous Scions
Perilous Princess came out on Friday, and has received some rave reviews already. The fact that I’m still mulling over this story tells me that the plot was more complex than I originally imagined. I read the book in very short order, and found it hard to put down. No matter what genre – Tracy
The Scandalous Sirens series has been a runaway success for me and Julia Templeton, who co-wrote the first two books with me. So it seemed fitting to finish the series. Julia now concentrates on YA paranormals, writing as J.A. Templeton, so I wrote the third and final book by myself, with Julia's blessing. We've been
Gak! I’ve never done a cover reveal thingy before. This is kinda fun! We wanted to make a bit of fuss over this cover because it’s so damned gorgeous. So, without further ado, here it is, both the print edition and the ebook version: Click on the images to get a full screen view!
Quick reminder that Forbidden, book one of the Scandalous Sirens series, is free until Sunday. __________ Vaughn wants revenge. Elisa wants her son back. Neither expected to want each other. Elisa’s determined to have her son back at any cost, even if it means marry a vicious stoat of a man like Rufus Wardell, but
As I mentioned in my working notes at the beginning of the week, I've been maximising my two weeks vacation, and working to get some of my out of print books back into circulation once more. I've now officially released four of them, and they're available for sale. Eva's Last Dance As the rights for