I'm in the Mood for RomCom

Here's a slideshow of the covers of my romantic comedies. Because the world doesn't only need love; it needs laughter. too! 


'tis Always the Season to Read a Christmas Book!

The Christmas Cupid isn't my only Christmas book. I've got plenty of them on the virtual shelves, including my romantic-comedy novella Her Very Merry Mistake. It's a bargain at 99 cents. And a lot of fun. The plot: Lenora Patterson made a big mistake and now it’s been broadcast all over the pre-holiday radio waves that the maddening Nikos Calloway is the love of her life. Trouble is, Nikos believes it.


My other Christmas booksWinter HeatWish Upon a Christmas Star, The Christmas Gift and my all-time bestseller Cole for Christmas—are all available digitally. Click on any book title or book cover for description and retail links.


Because there’s no better time than the holidays to fall in love with love.



Forget Me? Not—A Book to Remember

I'm sometimes asked which book I've written is my favorite. A difficult question, for sure. But a strong contender is the romcom Forget Me? Not! The updated version, available as an eBook, features the irrepressible Zach Castelli. Zach is loosely based on my husband! Here's the teaser:


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.


I hope you'll pick up a copy and join in the fun. The best part: It's only 99 cents! 



My Harlequin Backlist is Digital

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.