Saturday, November 24, 2012

Simplifying. Again.

So I have spent more time than I meant to spend, updating the blog a little bit. I tried to simplify the look somewhat, and am also taking everyone off the hook of feeling the need to comment--by disabling comments.You can read a blog entry and go about your business. You have better things to do than feed my ego, right? (No need to thank me.)

This is the new cover for Under the Mistletoe. I LOVE this cover. Pretty sure this is my favorite cover of all time. (And yes, I know it is wrong of me to have favorites.)

The ebook is available at Turquoise Morning Press, Amazon, All Romance Ebooks. Your usual ebook buying places.

Just noticed that the parenthetical items above are like comments. So I am commenting on my own blog as I write it. Which is maybe a little odd.

Oh well.


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Christmas Romance

Some of my Christmas stories are being re-released, and I'm so thrilled to share them with you! Many thanks to Turquoise Morning Press for this opportunity.

I dedicated Christmas Collision to my friends in the judicial biz. (!) Here's a little about the story:

Rebecca Mayfield is a terrific attorney, successful and respected. Her personal life, however, is currently a mess. Her most recent romance ended badly, her only son is out of the country, and it’s almost Christmas. Why not accept her friend Midnight’s invitation for a small-town Christmas in Legend, Tennessee? 

David McClain’s Christmas tradition is to observe a solitary vigil in his remote cabin, in the mountains above Legend.  It’s his special time to remember his beloved wife, Holly, whose life ended so suddenly just this time of year.

A freak blizzard intervenes, sliding Rebecca’s rental car into a snow-filled ditch near David’s cabin. Two unhappy people, lonely and frustrated with life, learn about each other, and themselves in the process.  And the mountain magic of Legend, Tennessee weaves yet another love story.


My real life has settled down some; perhaps I can keep in touch better.

I hope your holiday season is blessed!