Hey y’all. Here’s another snippet from my upcoming young adult romance “Kae and The Rage” out this month. This picks up where last week’s blog left off. Let me know what you think!
So, Billy played. There was a model, a funny blond with huge brown eyes and dark, thick brows. She had a mouth like candy and a throat like rubber. They had a lot of fun for a few months, but she had a wandering eye too, and his interest waned when hers did, though she professed an interest in sticking around. Continue reading “No matter who Billy dated, it was never Kae, so it was never right.”
Hey y’all. I’m still on track to publish this book this month. Here’s another snippet from my latest WIP where last week’s blog left off. Let me know what you think!
It worked. He made sure every bit of him was touching every bit of her back, and his body heat seemed to neutralize the shivering while her inflamed body soaked up the cool relief. Continue reading “All that glitters ain’t gold. The world sees beauty, but Billy knew the beast”
Hey, guys. I’m on my way to see Endgame. Finally. I’ve been waiting for this and dodging spoilers like you wouldn’t believe. But I didn’t forget to blog this week *pats self on the back* My next young adult title Kae and The Rage will be out this month. Here’s an unedited snippet that continues from my last blog. Let me know what you think. Oh, and if you guys read my last release How to Love a Pink Demon and liked it, please leave me a great review on Amazon. I hate to beg, but it looks so unloved. Thank you!
“You sound bitter, B.”
“I bloody well am. I feel like he’s got my balls in a vise, and I want out.” Continue reading “What to do when your best friend the rock star wants to act like Florence Nightingale”
Peace. I’m getting close on this one, y’all. It will be out this month. This blog snippet picks up where last weeks left off. Billy’s inspecting Kae’s injuries and making the opening move in his bid for her hand – getting rid of an old entanglement. Let me know what you think.
She pushed down the sheet, and he whistled.
“Bloody fans,” he muttered, ghosting fingers over the dark, ugly bruise that covered nearly the entire side of her left thigh. “And here!” He touched the bruises on her left shoulder and arm.
“Cute, huh?” She joked. “You should see under my shirt.” Continue reading “What to do when an old love doesn’t want to let go, and the new love isn’t sure she should hold on”
Hey y’all. Is it weird that I crave action in books? I want ash to be happening constantly. If it’s not I legit move on. I think it’s related to my love of action movies. But it makes for interesting writing. Somebody’s always getting hurt, physically or mentally, ‘cuz I gotta keep ish poppin’! Lemme go sit my geeked behind down somewhere. Can you tell I’m trying not to swear? Here’s an unedited snippet where last week’s blog left off. Lemme know what you think!
“Good! I’ll call you later to see where you are. They wanna start soon. Love you!”
Kae stared at the buzzing phone and shook her head. She already knew what was gonna happen. She’d be firm and resolute, he’d rebut. Then she’d whine and complain, and her brother would present every possible benefit. He’d wear her down with pluses while downplaying every minus, and eventually she’d cave. G didn’t come to her with projects very often, but when he did he went in. It was annoying how infrequently she won arguments with him. Continue reading “Is it weird that I always want more action?”
So, I’m trying to finish the OTHER book I’m working on now, but this sequel is determined to distract me. Don’t you hate that? When characters start acting up? Practically demanding that you sit down and write their story? It’s like hey! You’re not the only one who’s important, okay?!?! I’m gettin’ to it. Geez.
Here’s a snippet. The Best Bite is out now.
Then there was the lunch period he recalled the pierogi their Polish housekeeper had made for him in Prague two summers past. Stuffed with potato and bacon, the little dumplings had been served with just a touch of butter and sprinkled with cheese, delicious. Five had appeared in the same earthenware bowl Ramine had used to serve them to him. That one he’d had to play off, too many people saw him, sitting in the cafeteria as though it wasn’t strange to be eating food not served that day with silver flatware edged in gold.
His reputation as an eccentric had been firmly set after that, and he quickly learned to control his thoughts by focusing intently on whatever he was doing. At least then if something popped in unexpectedly it wouldn’t be out of context. Continue reading “Why did no one teach witchcraft before your bloody powers went haywire in class for everyone to see?”
I wrote this young adult paranormal romance a few years back, but the characters have started acting up again. Are you guys ready for a sequel?
Enjoy this snippet. The Best Bite is out now.
This was not going to go well for him. First, no one was going to believe he hadn’t done this – because he had – and second, no one was going to believe he hadn’t done it deliberately, even though he hadn’t.
When his magic first came in six months ago, Bastien hadn’t believed it either. When he’d casually snapped his fingers and a flame appeared, he’d instantly dropped his hand and played it off as though nothing had happened. It was a miracle no one had seen him. He’d sat in shock nearly an entire class before he could escape to the restroom and gather his wits in the privacy of a stall. Continue reading “Mix 1 baby vampire, 1 fire starting witch and high school for a grand adventure in The Other.”