It’s Peach Season, Y’all

This week's update from The Bitter Southerner is all about peaches. (Do y'all read The Bitter Southerner? If you don't, you should - it's the best overview of the best things about the so-called New South I've seen; I like it way better than the Oxford American.) August is prime peach season, and I am … Continue reading It’s Peach Season, Y’all

Haunts and Hellions!

Finally, something fun and happy to blog about! I have a story in an amazing new anthology from HorrorAddicts.net press! Harkening back to the glory days of gothic romance that had us up reading all night, HorrorAddicts.net Press Presents:  Haunts & Hellions edited by Emerian Rich 13 stories of horror, romance, and that perfect moment … Continue reading Haunts and Hellions!

Three Things I Love (About Winter Knight)

Winter Knight, the book I have coming out on February 11, 2020, is the only romance I've ever written just for me. I love all my kissy book stories, all my heroines, all my heroes. But with Winter Knight, I asked myself, if I was on Amazon or at the bookstore looking for a romance … Continue reading Three Things I Love (About Winter Knight)

Good Grief

I know I'm late, y'all, sorry. My dad is in the hospital. He fell again, and even though we're still very hopeful that he's going to be absolutely okay, it's a whole big thing. Anybody who's ever had a sick parent knows what I mean. Anybody who's ever had a sick parent who is former … Continue reading Good Grief

The Viking and the Witch – Chapter Seven

Two days into the voyage, the girl fell ill from her wounds. By late afternoon, she had fallen into a delirious stupor, and by nightfall, she was completely unconscious. Asmund’s men said nothing, but he caught them exchanging glances. He knew they hadn’t forgotten Stian’s warning that Maeve was a witch. If she had been … Continue reading The Viking and the Witch – Chapter Seven

The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 5

Over the next few days, Asmund put all of his returning strength to repairing the broken boat. At first the barbarian girl, Maeve, just watched him from the cliff when she wasn’t busy with her own work. But at midday on the second day, she brought him food and stayed, still watching at first, then … Continue reading The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 5

The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 4

  Asmund woke up naked and alone. He opened his eyes to a patch of blue sky through a hole in the roof of a tiny hut. He could hear the roar of the sea and the screams of gulls and ravens. He felt hot but not feverish; someone had covered him with blankets he … Continue reading The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 4

The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 2

As promised, the next installment of a good, old-fashioned magical historical romance: Chapter Two   Maeve spent the whole long night conjuring cures for the fallen Viking. She built up the fire then stripped off all his blood-stained and seawater-soaked clothes. She washed him all over, first with clean water from the ocean, then fresh … Continue reading The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 2

The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 1

So here lately, most of what I've been writing and publishing has not been historical romance. But y'all know me; I can't just give it up. So I've been working sporadically on an old school paranormal just for my own amusement, and it occurs to me that y'all might want to see it, too. All … Continue reading The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 1

Furious Angels (Need Love, Too)

He is her special angel . . . bless her heart. Wet Work, available free this week from Little Red Hen Romance: Rosie woke up on a bed with a sombrero-shaped headboard. “Ay carimba.” “You.” Matthias, the angel she remembered from her first night as a witch, was pacing over her. “It just had to … Continue reading Furious Angels (Need Love, Too)