Love is never lovelier than during the holiday season, and there are few more beautiful places to fall in love than the coastal city of Charleston, S.C. I should know. Charleston is where I fell in love with my husband.
That's the reason the book Winter Heat holds a special place in my heart. I hope the updated edition I just released gives a taste of what it's like to be living in this jewel of a city during the holidays when anything seems possible. Even if, like Anna Wesley, you're determined not to tumble into love with your ex for a second time. No matter that he's now your darn near irresistible next-door neighbor.
Happy reading—and happy holidays!
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You can judge this book by its cover. FBI agent Max Dolinger is pictured in black and white on the eye-catching cover of To The Max for a good reason. That's the way Max sees the world. And it's about to get in the way of his relationship with the woman he's falling in love with.
Available digitally for the first time, To The Max is an updated version of a book from my backlist. Because of Max's rigid way of looking at right and wrong, I thought it would be fun to try something different with the cover. My cover artist, who happens to be my daughter, agreed. She had the idea to contrast red lettering with the black and white image of Max.
In the book, Sara Reynolds enlists Max's help in keeping her brother out of jail. Trouble is, Max thinks her brother probably belongs there. Will Max ever be able to see shades of gray? You'll have to read the book to find out.
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I'm excited to announce that an updated version of one of my favorite stories is available as an eBook. Forget Me? Not, originally published more than fifteen years ago, features the irrepressible Zach Castelli.
Zach is the original good-time guy. He's not about commitment. Or serious relationships. Or even sticking in one place for more than a few months at a time. So when he overhears Amanda Baldwin getting dumped by her fiancé, he bulldozes his way into her life with the contention that he's the perfect man to cheer her up. But as their relationship reaches an inevitable end, the question isn't whether Zach can make Amanda forget about her fiancé. It's whether she'll ever forget Zach.
The book's a favorite, because the hero is loosely based on my husband. It brings to mind all the good times we've shared.
I hope you'll pick up a copy and join in the fun. The best part: It's only 99 cents!
I'm back, baby. Back to writing romantic comedy, that is. While I work on a trilogy about three Devine brothers who are simply divine, I thought I'd put up a slideshow of my previous romantic comedies. Nothing gets you in the mood for romantic comedy like, well, romantic comedy!
For the first time, you can get all three of my full-length romantic comedies in one boxed set.
Each book revolves around a pretty big secret. In Snoops in the City, Grady Palmer has a lot to hide from the female PI investigating him. Jax Jackson has a secret identity he's keeping from the woman who mistook him for her sperm donor in The Misconception. And identical twins Grant and Cary Mitchell can't tell anyone they've traded places in Bait & Switch, not even the women they're falling for.