Often all a hero and heroine need is a little push to kick things off. It could be a naturally seductive atmosphere. Maybe it’s forced or unusual proximity. Or, it could be a helpful nudge from the supporting characters. Maybe it’s all of the above. For a strong woman like Sinna who’s secretly lusting after a handsome younger man who’s also her client, a few shots of soju are as dangerous as they are powerful when it comes to advancing a forbidden romantic story… Continue reading “Soju can loosen even the most disciplined woman’s control”
Clips from the first installment in my Asian series start today! This series evolved from my newish enjoyment of K-drama and K-pop. But it all started with One Direction, which I discovered in 2018. You have to understand, the last boy band I was actually into was New Kids on the Block and New Edition. Did I just totally date myself? Anyway… Continue reading “My love for K-pop: It all started with One Direction…”
She’s out! She’s live. Here’s to focus and changed behaviors in 2019. I am so proud of myself. Two books in the span of a few months. Yes, I am patting myself on the back. I wanted to bring you more content, and I am! Go me! LOL
Seriously, I really hope you enjoy this book. I’m good for writing about families of characters – duh series – but I’ve stumbled upon a good crew here. You’ll even see some familiar names from some of my other books.
Hey y’all. This will be the last snippet for “Kae and The Rage.” It should be live in a few days. I’ll let you know when it is. Starting next week, we delve into all things romantic and Asian with the first snippet from my K-pop/Asian Series.
Now, last week Billy decided to make a rather unwanted call. Let’s see what happens next… Lemme know what you think, and thank you for reading. I hope you guys like the book! These characters are so cute and sweet it seriously makes my teeth hurt. LOL Continue reading “Joke: A pop star hears the doorbell ring. She gets her gun. Her boy friend says, “What’re you doing! It’s just the weed man.””
I need discipline. I’m working on it though. Anyway, here’s another unedited snippet that picks up where my last blog leaves off. Let me know what you think! I’m still on track to publish this book this month. Thanks for waiting! And shout out to people like “Little Fears” who consistently like my stuff. I appreciate you.
Foresight was common among his caste of demons, especially when it came time to secure one’s mate. Some had more, others just enough to provide better than average intuition on which direction to go in life. Now his was telling him to get on a plane. That on the other end of a large stretch of blue water he’d find the female haunting his mind and gently tormenting his body.
Having run and tramped and frolicked for hours with his brothers, he should have slept soundly. But that night he woke the house crying out. He wasn’t that loud, but Garhine demons have extra keen hearing. His brothers rushed into his room, his mum and dad on their heels, all of them concerned. Continue reading “Fans, family, all are loved. All can get f*!ked if they stand between a demon and his mate.”
I love writing strong heroines. I love it! It’s like I can imbue them with every trait I wish I had, or that I wish I could exercise more. I get carried away sometimes, but I legit don’t care. LOL It’s so fun to make these kick ass females do all these dangerous things – with a man at their back, rather than blocking the way.
In this unedited snippet from my latest paranormal erotic romance, my heroine Steele finds herself on another planet with her new demon mate. As if that wasn’t adventure enough, she’s found herself a key role in a royal political coup. My hero Miles is not pleased… Continue reading “When it comes down to the wire, when danger is literally so close you can taste it, if you’re smart, you don’t send a man to do a woman’s job.”
I love writing about troublemakers. Who wouldn’t? They make things so interesting, especially female troublemakers. Giving the hero as much hell as possible, and he still comes back for more.
Jewelry designer extraordinaire Margot Temple was one of the more solemn troublemaker characters I’ve created. Her nickname may have been Margot Temper, but she had a heart as big and bright as one of her gold, bejeweled creations, and Nori loved every curvy inch of her.
In this snippet Nori’s just getting a taste of the mysterious, reputation-challenged Margot, and before they even part he’s ready and waiting to go back for more. Continue reading “When you meet a certain kind of woman, no matter what anyone tells you about her, that’s it.”