New Release: Filthy Alpha

Filthy Alpha, Jase and Blythe’s story, is out now!

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Writing these two was such a blast–I haven’t written a fake relationship story before (umm…that I can remember! Correct me if I’m wrong!) and watching these two finally get over their hang-ups and go for it was immensely satisfying! Jase is just a great guy all around, and Blythe’s prickly exterior is her only defense to protect her very tender heart.

Anyway, I hope y’all love these two characters as much as I do!

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Destined in Forbidden

Wooheee! It has been one new book after another, feels like. I think October will be slowing down, then November will give me a little bit of a break. It’s just…there are so many stories I want to tell!

This week, Destined in Forbidden is out on Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. This is the seventh book in the Forbidden series, and it’s one of my favorites! As with the rest of them, its stay on Apple Books, B&N, and Kobo will last about a week, and then it’ll go onto Amazon only.

You can tap the image of Grant (our hottie firefighter hero) with his honey badger friend above to go to the universal book link (which will hopefully also take you to Amazon when the book is available there in a couple of weeks)! ❤

New(ish) Release: Filthy Vandal

Filthy Vandal is out now! This is a prequel novella to the Junkyard Shifters series, but it’s a complete story and stands alone. It introduces the Junkyard and features Grant and Caitlyn. ❤

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“The shoulder is fine,” he said, taking in her appearance. Something about his gaze caused little flickers of pleasure in her belly. He didn’t leer at her like the other guys had done. “You’re looking better.”

See, the fake smile had worked. “Thanks. But your shoulder?”

“It’s fine. Already healed up.”

“No, I should’ve tended to it yesterday, but let me take a look now.” She’d been selfishly involved in her own struggles and completely ignored there was an injured person right in front of her. If the wound got infected, how would they treat it? It wasn’t like they could rush to the hospital.

He lifted up his sleeve. “It’s already gone, see?”

His muscular bicep was distracting and entirely unscathed. Maybe she’d mixed up which arm had been hurt. “Show me your other one.”

Grinning, he turned and lifted his other sleeve. More tanned skin covering perfect muscles. Not even a scar in sight.

“Tell me what’s going on,” she said.

“I told you about magic.” His voice was quiet, his green eyes guarded.

“Magic healed you?” She reached tentatively toward his arm. When he didn’t draw back, she smoothed her palm over his skin.

The contact made her breath catch in her throat and she yanked her hand away. A feeling. More than a feeling—a need. It swirled through her lower abdomen, gathering heat.

“What…?” She looked into his eyes.

He looked nearly as surprised as she felt. “What did you just do?”

“I don’t know. Nothing.” Her heart pounded away in her chest, double-time. She would probably break the blood pressure machine she’d used to monitor her aunt’s declining health if she were to hook herself up to it right now. Holding her hand out once more, she said, a half-smile on her face, “Can I touch you again? For science?”

He snickered, which gave her a jolt of pleasure. She liked amusing him, apparently, although she had no idea why.

“I am a nurse,” she murmured. “I worked in a hospital and everything.” Reaching out again, she touched his upper arm. Again, that feeling of need and desire flowed through her veins.

Grant nodded, as if a question had been answered, but she didn’t remember asking him one.

“Can I touch you?” he asked. “Also, you know, for science.”

“Sure.”

She held out her arm. Instead of running his palm over it like she’d expected, he grabbed her and yanked her into his lap. She let out a shout of surprise.

“You okay?” he asked.

“No, you just manhandled me, you big brute.” But strangely, she didn’t mind. Both of his hands were on his arms, gliding over her skin, igniting that warm feeling of need in her once again.

Beyond Twilight – A Vampire StoryBundle

Sharpen your stakes and grab your holy water–we have a collection of ELEVEN vampire books that will take us beyond Twilight! From the wild, wild west to college campuses, from evil vampiric monsters to battles with gods, this Story Bundle is sure to please anyone who loves our immortal fanged friends.

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Our books are Team Edward, but we’re donating to Team Jacob. The authors and StoryBundle have partnered with the Southern Ohio Wolf Sanctuary, which saves wolf dogs from euthanasia and nurses them back to health. Wolf dogs that are able to be adopted out find homes, otherwise the sanctuary provides care for the life of the wolf. Currently they’re working to buy several thousand acres for their wolf dogs.

Click here to grab this bundle. It’s up for a limited time, so don’t wait!

Recent Reads – July 2020

Oh, I’ve been on a contemporary romance tear! Only one of these is paranormal romance, but wooooo is it awesome! I fully enjoyed all five of these books and can highly recommend them.

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  1. Crown of Frost, by Isabella August (paranormal romance with kickass faeries)
  2. Wicked Favor, by Sawyer Bennett (erotic romance)
  3. The Dare, by Elle Kennedy (contemporary/sports romance)
  4. Going Down on One Knee, by Christina Hovland (contemporary romance. Note: Amazon only, sorry!)
  5. Part-Time Lover, by Lauren Blakely (contemporary romance)

To see more of what I’m reading and recommending, give me a follow on BookBub! (They’ll also alert you to when my books are on sale or newly released, so it’s just chock-full of booky goodness.)