The latest news:
First of all, the website has obviously changed...
A character just walked into the waiting room. And he's not your typical character either. He's a middle-grade children's book author and his name is Mortimer Coffee. Dresses funny. Black cape. Green bow tie. Army boots that clash with his pastel golfing pants. Squints like those people who refuse to believe they need glasses. Holds a fat notepad against his chest. Flips his pencil constantly, drops it on the floor every ten seconds like he's trying to master some Korean pencil trick but failing miserably.
Mortimer Coffee. Mor Coffee. In Scotland, Mor means big, or chief. Important Coffee? Large amounts of coffee? Maybe that's why he looks a little shaky.
He says he's okay to wait. I think the pencil constantly hitting the floor is going to drive my other characters to drink.
It clatters across a desk and onto the floor. Isobelle bursts out laughing. Ash gives me a pointed look. He's telling me to get him the hell out of here.
I don't dare laugh and I bend to my manuscript. I haven't the guts to tell him I started to rewrite his story a few days ago. He'll figure it out--probably about the same time Mortimer Coffee masters that trick.
Not Without Juliet is available, for those who did not hear me shouting from the rooftops for the past few weeks.
She will let nothing stop her...
Juliet Bell has a hit man, the FBI, a long-lost sister, and a handful of handsome Highlanders hunting her through time. But she’s not going back until she gets what’s hers. And her hunters won’t go back either—not without Juliet.
He’s had a change of heart...
Quinn Ross is in a pickle. He’s about to die a martyr, which would have been fine with him a year before, but 15th century Scotland has revived his survival instincts and he’s decided he wants to live after all. Bad timing that.
An enemy they never saw coming...
The two are thrown together, whether by the hands of Fate or a pair of clever witches, and they find love lends a much nobler purpose to their impossible quests. But they’ll have to maneuver around a centuries-old curse and a villain with a higher purpose of his own--or everything they want will be out of their hands forever.
The following books are now available in audio:
Going Back for Romeo, Blood for Ink, Somewhere Over the Freaking Rainbow, and Christmas Kiss. Others are in production.
This one is narrated by a very Captain-Pickard-sounding gentleman by the name of Jim McCance. Available through Audible.com, Amazon, and iTunes. There's a double sample on there. Take a listen! You're going to love this guy.
Below is a quick look at all the titles currently available. Check the 'Coming Soon' page to see what's in the works.
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