Here's the link to learn all about the wonderful items up for grabs come May first 2014.
Brenda Novak Online Auction for Diabetes Research
And here's my item: A Kindle Paperwhite loaded with all my books.
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Friday, March 28, 2014
MASTERING THE MARSHAL
Loving the Lawman series: 3
Genre: Historical Western
Coming August 26, 2014
(Electronic formats only)
Is she a dead ringer...or a dead woman walking?
When U.S. Deputy Marshal Sam Dunaway arrives in Kenton Valley, Texas, for a murder trial, the last thing he expects is to run into his late wife Celine. The one who supposedly died in a boarding house fire shortly after she ran off with his life savings.
Despite her Plain Jane disguise, Sam isn’t fooled. As soon as his business with the trial is finished, the woman who broke his heart will pay.
Three years ago, Celine had good reason to use Sam’s money to go into hiding—and it’s a secret she must still keep, even if it means certain arrest and imprisonment. Because coming clean risks crushing rejection.
In spite of themselves, the embers of love roar in to a passionate inferno, leaving Sam with a hell of a choice. To stick to his principles…or follow his heart.
Warning: This story contains a woman with a sewing basket full of secrets, and a highly pissed-off U.S. Marshal wants her dead or alive—though alive is better. Just sayin’.
Monday, March 17, 2014
I'm so sorry I can't reveal the cover art yet, but it has to be approved by TPTB. I can assure you that Angela Waters has given MASTERING THE MARSHAL a wonderful cover in what I would say is record time. I asked for a lean-muscled man like "Justified's" Raylon Givens, and while I don't have Timothy Olyphant on my cover, she gave my cover the next best thing. I won't be able to keep the cover a secret one second longer than necessary.
Monday, December 02, 2013
Sunday, October 20, 2013
A P.I. with a lot to lose and a nurse with even more.
When a pregnant friend and fellow case manager goes missing, Allison Lackey turns to her family's P.I. agency for help. Just her luck, her brother assigns his old pal and new employee, Nick Vitelli, to the case. Wouldn't you know he's the same fellow she had the hots for as a teenager. When the old feelings emerge, being around him is pure torture. Besides, in Allison's opinion, his investigation is headed in the wrong direction.
Former Atlanta PD detective Nick Vitelli is newly divorced and halfway resents being palmed off on a “family” case. Initially, he doesn’t believe in the case’s urgency or that Allison knows what she’s talking about. He figures she may know a lot about nursing, but trying to tell him how to run an investigation is out of line.
When the missing woman's car is found and the evidence points to homicide, Nick and Allison put aside their differences and work together. Allison's all grown up, and Nick finds working so closely with his boss's sister more and more difficult. Getting mixed up with Allie could mean a quick trip to the unemployment line. Losing this job is too great a risk because he has a young son to support.
When another nurse goes missing, Allison creates an enemy or two when she doggedly pursues a physician as the culprit. She's not only in danger of losing her job, but also runs a great risk of being the next victim.
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