Exes and Exorcisms is Out Now!

Let’s take another trip to Forbidden, Kentucky, where mates meet, and monsters make mayhem! In Exes and Exorcisms, “Clairvoyant” Kelly gets the surprise of a lifetime when her ex literally jumps back into her life…and nearly shoves a stake through her heart.

That’s right, friends. He’s a vampire hunter. She’s a vampire.

You can get Exes and Exorcisms wherever you buy ebooks! Tap the cover to go!

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Thank You for the Charmslinger Love!

It has meant so much to me getting reader notes and seeing reviews on Blood Beast! I had so much fun writing it, although it made me tear my hair out a fair few times, haha.


Full of action and intrigue, this story will pull you in and keep you hooked as you sort out the lies and treachery from the truth. —Darla (BookBub review)

This unique PNR/Western series kept me up from the start until I finished with both books…I have to admit when I first saw the blurb I wondered. I am SO glad I went ahead and read it and this one. The worldbuilding is rare and wonderful. —cghm (BookBub review)

In addition to reader reviews that made me smile, Blood Beast was recognized as a Top Indie Favorite by Barnes & Noble, and was included in Kobo UK’s Best Books of the Month in the Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Horror category!

To see the B&N Top Indie Favorites, click here.

To see the Kobo page, click here and make sure you’re in the UK store (click the flag at the top if you’re not). I also took a screenshot because I was tickled to see my book next to Sarah J Maas’s. 🙂

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Thank you to everyone who has given my Charmslinger series a chance, and double thank-yous to the folks who leave reviews for it! ❤

If you haven’t gotten your copy yet, you can find it on your favorite ebook retailer!

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Blood Beast is Out Now!

I couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that Blood Beast is now available from all major ebook retailers!

With hexes in their holsters and spells in their saddlebags, Gracie Boswell’s posse is on the hunt for supernatural outlaws.

Ornery as a rattler, and just as dangerous with her charmed pistol, Gracie is settling into a cautiously friendly routine with her new partners, Sam Carson and Levi Boone. When Carson’s hometown sends out word begging for bounty hunters to handle a calamitous shapeshifter, Gracie knows they’re doomed to accept the job. The bounty is everything they usually handle: it’s personal, it’s dangerous, and no one else in their right mind would ever go after it.

Gracie’s posse soon ends up in the business of sorting truth from lies, however, as the local shapeshifters and fae fling accusations at one another. A supernatural gang war is brewing—and they’ve accidentally inserted themselves right in the middle of it.

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I hope you love this new adventure for Gracie, Boone, and Carson as much as I do! ❤

6 Reasons Why I Love Big Cat Shifters

Reason #1–I mean, look at this guy.

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  1. They’re gorgeous (and they know it to the depths of their Right-Said-Fred-singing souls).
  2. They have attitude.
  3. They move with grace.
  4. They’re curious.
  5. They’re territorial (but in a good way, not a creepy, time-for-a-restraining-order way).
  6. They might act like they don’t care, but they’re loyal AF.

How about you? What do you love about big cat shifters?

Loving Libraries

My love of public libraries has been nurtured from a young age. Our library was small, but we’d visit fairly regularly. I had my own card and everything, and I’m old enough to remember card catalogs and signing the lined paper in the little pocket inside the book I wanted to check out.


(Side note: it is an adult dream of mine to someday have an old card catalog in my house. I have no idea what I would put in it. But when I’m rich and famous, I’m finding one. Harder would be finding a place to put it, but where there’s a will, there’s a way!)

My love for libraries has only expanded as I’ve gotten older and had kids of my own. Before Covid-19 came around and changed our lives, we went to our public library fairly regularly, where my kids also have their own cards.

Also, I discovered Libby/Overdrive, and I could borrow audiobooks for the kiddos! (They love audiobooks; I am indifferent, mostly preferring to read on my own because it’s faster.) Then, the pandemic came along, and I fell even harder in love with the library! I could get ebooks through it, without even having to leave the house. Totally free, and the authors get paid–it’s a win/win situation.

If you haven’t figured this out already, here are the steps!

  1. Get your library card out and have it ready.
  2. Download the Libby app on your phone (or Overdrive on your Kindle tablet. Overdrive automatically comes with a Kobo e-reader, as I just learned when I got mine for Christmas).
  3. Follow the prompts through Libby, choosing your library, entering your card number, all that good stuff. (I don’t know if things have changed, but this wasn’t 100% intuitive when I did it a few months ago.)
  4. Browse books, select “Borrow” when you find one you want to read.
  5. Choose how you want to read it. If it’s Kindle, you’ll be taken to Amazon’s website to finish the process. Kobo has a different system, which you can read more about here.
  6. Enjoy your library book!

If you’re looking for a specific book (like one of mine!) and your library doesn’t have it, you can request that they purchase it. Libraries have funds for purchasing requested titles, and I’ve taken advantage of that several times.

I think that’s about all! If you have trouble, do contact your local library and ask questions. I’ve had to do this, too, and they’re super helpful and patient. I ❤ librarians.