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.
The first boxed set of my Dead Ringers serial is still FREE across all eBook platforms. Although the serial contains nine volumes in all, the initial boxed set reads like the first book in a trilogy. Volumes 1-3 are even the length of a typical novel.
Dead Ringers is full of mystery, danger, romance... and body switching! So what are you waiting for? Head over to your favorite eBook retailer and pick up your FREE copy. Have I mentioned the boxed set is FREE? Totally FREE. No cost. At all.
The eBook revolution is gaining even more steam. Nearly all of the books I wrote for Harlequin are now available digitally. Two of my mystery-heavy Harlequin Superromances—The Truth About Tara and Wish Upon a Christmas Star—are also in audio format.
In The Truth About Tara, the mystery is if the now-grown Tara Greer was abducted from a shopping mall when she was three years old. Wish Upon a Christmas Star revolves around the question of whether private investigator Maria DiMarco’s brother really did die eleven years before.
As an added bonus, the narrators of the two audio books are fantastic. Especially Cassandra Campbell, who narrates The Truth About Tara. She has an extensive list of credits that includes Kathryn Stockett's The Help.
For more information about my Harlequin backlist, visit my backlist page.
Now you can get all three of my short and (mostly) sweet romantic comedies in a single boxed set for $2.99. Three For All is for readers who enjoy light, romantic reads with a bedroom door
that is (mostly) closed.
All three of the heroines are dealing with a maddening man. In Baby It’s You, Annie Kubek can’t get it through Michael Reeve’s stubborn head that their matchmaking mothers are a problem. Michelle Germaine in Clash of Hearts is at odds with single dad Chase Fletcher, who’s as infuriating as he is sexy. And in Her Very Merry Mistake, Lenora Patterson can’t convince Nikos Calloway that he isn’t actually the love of her life.
I was recently a guest blogger on NYT and USA best-selling author Lisa Mondello's blog, writing about the inspiration behind my Dead Ringers serial. I thought it would be fun to repost the blog here.
I was once cursed by a psychic. A really cranky psychic. She flung negative energy my way, wishing me enduring unhappiness.
My offense? I agreed to give a co-worker my opinion about whether she was legit before he agreed to write a feature story about her. At the time, we both worked for a daily newspaper in South Carolina.
I walked into the psychic’s dark, incense-filled room at one of the happiest times of my life. I was in love, living in beautiful Charleston and had just notched a playoff win for an adult-league tennis team. I was even still sweating lightly and dressed in my tennis clothes.
The psychic told me I was deeply troubled. She said the only way things would turn around was if she lit candles for me. And, oh yeah. The candle lighting would cost another $100.
I didn’t pay to have flames burn away my troubles, and my co-worker didn’t write the story. When she found out why I had entered her psychic lair, she became livid and put a curse on me.
I didn’t shake in my tennis shoes. I didn’t beg her to reconsider. I didn’t even lose any sleep.
Because the curse thrilled me, probably because authors are wired different than other people. Everything, and I mean absolutely everything, is fodder for a book.
I wasn’t even writing fiction full time yet, but I knew that some day I’d write a book where I’d call upon that experience. And now I have. Psychics play prominently in Dead Ringers, my paranormal mystery serial. One psychic even gives readings.
A slew of other mysterious things are going on in Dead Ringers, not the least of which is body switching. But the memory of the psychic who issued that long-ago curse is what spurred me to write the book. Speaking of the curse, you’re probably wondering if it worked.
Uh, no. Not unless curses kick in after more than twenty years of a happy life.
If you want to help me keep fighting the curse, download a copy of the first Dead Ringers boxed set. Dead Ringers: Volumes 1-3 is FREE wherever eBooks are sold.
I can't imagine the psychic would want you to read it.