Sunday, June 16, 2024

Happy Father's Day

 Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there.

I have a book releasing today called Father of the Wolf. I wrote it about 20 years ago (and it shows). It is dedicated to my father, the man who was the first to ever show me what a real hero looks like.

Eagle Clan: book one
Father of the Wolf

After hiding from humanity for over a century, the Eagle Clan of ValĂ frn werewolves must search for mates or face certain extinction. Athair has put aside his own needs to raise the clan’s orphaned children, but now he faces the hardest part of parenting—letting go. When it seems as if their destruction is inevitable, he’s forced to consider putting his trust in humanity once more.

After a traumatic injury as a teenager, Hope struggles every day against her fears, fighting to maintain her own small safe world. But one night she’s suddenly attacked by what she can only conclude were werewolves and her carefully controlled world crumbles as she needs to make sense of a whole new set of world rules. As if that isn’t hard enough to handle, when she finally meets the man of her dreams, he has a fur coat and runs around on all fours…

Athair might have left the village in order to help his children, but that first misstep led him to a whole new path. Maybe with a little luck and some talented clairvoyance, the Eagle Clan will have a chance to start a whole new era of love and give birth to a new, more hopeful generation.

Wednesday, December 27, 2023


Big News from Beyond Romance!

It's that time again... Time to Stuff Your Reader! That's right, more than 2000 authors are offering their eBooks for free. No strings. No obligations. No signups. Just the chance to read free stories and try out new or new-to-you writers. 

Don't forget that these authors do not get paid for these books. So, if you read one and love it, thank the author by leaving a rating or review. Grab some great books and enjoy a chance to relax! I've included two of mine in this free book promotion.  Including my book, Lynx Clan 1: Forgiven (PNR shifter romance!)

Friday, September 22, 2023

Stuff Your Kindle - day three!


Last chance to enjoy the Stuff Your Kindle event. 

Why are you waiting? Surely you have a little more room in that kindle? Or on your phone? Or computer? If not... FIND SOME and get more FREE BOOKS!

And in case you're wondering, these authors do not get paid for these books. They choose to give them away for this even. It's a massive outpouring of love for readers. So if you find some books for free that you love, be sure to leave a review as a thank you and a pass it forward. Maybe your review will help someone else enjoy the story. Maybe it's just what they need to make them smile. So enjoy it and tell others. Give a little love back to the authors. 

 Why are you still reading this post? Go get your books!


Thursday, September 21, 2023

Stuff Your Kindle - day two!

 This! Don't miss it. Did you get some yesterday? Great! Now go get more FREE BOOKS!!

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Stuff Your Kindle - day one!


Seriously, why hesitate? Your next favorite author is giving you a free book?  Click that button and get your free books! Stuff your Kindle to the brim! No risk. No obligation. No requirements to join or buy anything. JUST FREE BOOKS!

This time, I'm including Blood and Blessings. FOR FREE! I know I give books away all the time. So what is there to be excited about? (other than the 2400+ other free books?) 

BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE! Book two (Blood Reign) and three (Blood Justice) in Blood Royals trilogy will be just 99c until the end of October. That's right, get the whole trilogy for less than 2 bucks! 



Sunday, July 23, 2023

Lynx Clan 3: Forever

Title: Lynx Clan 3: Forever
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Caspian’s only desire is to protect his brothers even if that means the complete destruction of the group that raised them to be killers. He intends to rip apart the Institute (the Aryan Political Movement) with his own claws. All that changes when he meets Yasmine, a flower fairy on a mission to save her brother from the APM. She expects him to help her, and the pint-sized puppy tamer just won’t take no for an answer.
Forever is the third book in the Lynx Clan trilogy. Enjoy reading all three in eBook, Kindle Unlimited, Paperback, or Hardcover. 

Here's a little excerpt from the book...

Caspian froze. He had been reaching for the door handle.

And now... He was standing in the alley behind the warehouse. What the hell had happened? Teleportation? Did the Institute have something like that? As a defense mechanism it was pretty damn high level. He gritted his teeth. It didn't matter. With some luck it was only installed here and soon enough this place wouldn't even be part of history.

The pixie's request to search the building aside, he couldn't let himself be stopped by anything. This was only the first step in dismantling the group. Maybe this shouldn't even have been the first step but fear for his brothers' future had driven him to start at the closest location. And start big. If the Institute was too busy scrambling to stop him, they wouldn't have the chance to go after his brothers.

He could finally give Dain and Saxxon what he'd been trying to provide all these years. They would finally have freedom and happiness.

And it all began with a declaration of war on the Institute. Every single drop of their attention had to be on him.

Which meant he had to get back inside this building. Fortunately, he did not have to go through the front doors this time. The point of going past the guards was to make it obvious who was declaring war. He'd intended from the beginning to let at least one of the guards live to track him to the next location. As well as to start rumors of his return and intentions.

Since they had seen him, he could reenter now from any point. Including the door from this alley.

This entrance didn't have any electronic security locks, just a plain old key and tumbler set up. The key had probably been inside the security room, but it wouldn't matter. Something this simple he could handle easily. He laid his hand over the keyhole and focused his powers only on this one task. He felt for the mechanism, pushing his power into the space. Forcing his will to become the key, he turned it. And pulled the handle.

"Damn it! Listen to me."

The pixie was standing on his hand.

"Would you stop already?"

No, he wouldn't stop. He would do what he had to. He would get the job done. He dragged the door open and stepped back inside. Moving quickly down the hallway back toward the built-in living quarters. He'd thought about the best way to handle the destruction of the huge building and was sure it would have to be a fire. If possible, an explosion or series of explosions. But for the most impact he would need more than a couple guns.

"You might be the most stubborn pain in the ass dog I've ever met, but one way or another, you will listen to me."

He made it most of the way down the hallway when there was a sudden change in air pressure.

And a "pop".

And he was back in the alley.

"I told you, you had to listen to me."

The pixie fluttered in front of him. Was she trying to take credit for the teleportation? It was true that he didn't know of any Institute security options that included teleportation, but it wouldn't really have surprised him if they'd found some way to create one. They were dead set on exploring any and every aspect of abilities beyond the average human skillset.

"At least tell me what your goal is."

But there was no point in explaining when he could just get to it and show his intentions. Of course, that meant getting back inside. He unlocked and pulled the door open again. With a fast walk he moved back down the hall and made it as far as the barracks double door.

And then popped back into the alley.

"Ready to listen?"

"What the hell is happening?"

"I'm throwing you through space to a set location. And I will keep doing it over and over until you stop and listen to me."

He shook his head. The pixie... was the one to teleport him? Had she lied? Did she work for the Institute? Why else would she try to stop him from fighting them? But it still didn't matter. He could not let anything stop him. He snagged her from the air and dropped her into a garbage can. Slammed the lid closed and returned to the locked door.

There was a tiny painful yank on his ear. "Just what the hell is wrong with you? I thought we could work together, but you... you... I don't even understand what you're thinking or why you are so damn trapped to your one plan. Well, I'm tired of playing this game so let me cut to the chase. You can't do this destroy everything dumb ass plan of yours yet because I will not let you. So, you might as well just stop it, stand still for a minute and listen to what I have to say." She released his ear and flew to in front of his face. "Ready to listen?"

This time he focused on her. He was a man of logic and even if it pissed him off or got in his way, he could find a way to adapt. If his success required taking a couple minutes to listen to the pixie, he could do it.

"I can't believe you put me in the trash." Her tiny hands fisted and thumped against her hips.
Want see how cute little Yasmine tames her big bad wolf? 

Friday, July 21, 2023

New Release: A Lover's Touch

She is the well overflowing, 

and finally has met the drinker…

Laura Pastel yearns for the simple human touch that the rest of the world takes for granted. But years of painful lessons have proven it's a gift she'll never receive. Because when she touches another living being skin to skin, something inside her strikes out, like lightning. Despite her desperate longing, it's a danger she just can't risk.Until one night when everything changes - the night she meets Tim Swan.


I really wanted to love the carnival. The hot August night was filled with bright lights and excitement so thick I could feel it on my skin. Not that I’d walk around with any skin showing. No way. I was dressed, as usual, in long sleeves, an ankle length skirt over tights and even thin gloves that reached up past my elbows. Didn’t matter that it was still above eighty degrees even after sunset.

A little bit of discomfort offered enough protection that I could at least walk among all the over-excited crowds of people.

Tonight, the moon was full and the stars completely hidden thanks to the overbright halogen lighting spaced evenly around the grassy parking area next to the high school ballfield. During the carnival the parking area held all the stalls, games and rides. Actual parking for the vehicles was relegated to the wide berm beside the two-lane road.

I swallowed down the fear and forced myself to come to this local carnival every year or at least for the last five that I’d lived in the area. It was small, but a big event for my tiny little town, big enough to draw visitors from as much as an hour away. Big enough that no one would recognize me, or worse, expect me to be social in any way.