New Release for Christmas!

Christmas Blues

After Ryan lost his wife to cancer, leaving him with three kids to raise on his own, he never thought he'd find any kind of companionship ever again. Especially not with someone like Michael.

The last time Ryan saw his little brother's annoying childhood friend, Michael, he'd been a geeky, pimply-faced thirteen-year-old. That was just before Michael and his family moved to New York.

There was an eight-year age difference between them, and being in college at the time, Ryan had never wanted to waste his breath talking to some immature teenage kid when he could be doing homework or making out with his girlfriend instead.

Sixteen years later, a chance meeting at a coffee shop in Denver changes both of their lives. Michael, recently divorced from his wife, has two kids of his own, and a thriving recording studio.

Michael is no longer the Mikey Ryan remembers.

Getting the whole brood together for a Thanksgiving crafting extravaganza and their mutual love of the blues cements Ryan and Michael's friendship into something neither one of them could have ever expected. Christmas is fast approaching.

How far will their newfound friendship take them?

My Struggle With Shifters

Deciding to add shifters to one's vampire tale wasn't as easy as I assumed it would be. The dilemma in one word... Twilight. One does not want to venture in and end up developing characters that share the same characteristics as such a well-known book.

Aside from my book being ripped to pieces on Goodreads, it's just not a smart practice.

Book II of my Drakkar Coven series Oleander, Son of Drakkar provided me with such a challenge.

For example, my vampires do not glitter in the daylight as Stephenie Meyers' did, and mine are not tidy diners, considering humans to be little more than livestock. So, going to high school amongst them... not going to happen. Unless they were famished and looking for a smorgasbord.

Then there are Twilight's werewolves. I love wolf-shifters and want them in my book, but what characteristics and abilities do I give them without stepping on any proverbial toes?

My initial tactic was to chicken out and introduce a raven while my subconscious ruminated over the wolf issue. Luckily for me, I loved the raven character I created. The intelligent, mischievous personality and habit of stealing shiny objects gives a writer plenty of fun things to work with.

But then I met Alexander, once the love of Oleander's life …and a werewolf. I couldn't deny my overwhelming urge to find out more about this majestic creature. He's a beautiful character. Caring and compassionate, but tortured by the circumstances that will forever keep him and Oleander apart.

I added a twin, his sister Alexis, and created a species of werewolf that roams the woods within fables and stories told by the traveling minstrels. The great white wolves of lore.

Silent, invisible—deadly.

Their snow-white coats blending into the territory they call home. Beyond the most northern vampirical coven. A Prince and Princess as stunning in human form as they are in wolfen. Alabaster skin, crystal blue eyes—exuding sex and seduction.

Silent, alluring—deadly.

These are my wolfen shifters. Like no other werewolf within their roaming grounds, or any surrounding them. They are unique, they are mythical—they are unstoppable.

The third book of the Drakkar Coven series is the tale of "Alexander, Prince of the North" where I shall endeavor to free him from the pain of his devastating heartache.

An excerpt from "Alexander, Prince of the North".

Now Available!

Rodeo Boys

Cowboy lust, hot—dirty, and unstoppable

Dirk's family cattle ranch seems wholesome enough. Unless you were to wander into the horse barn Dirk uses for his side business of breeding and training stock horses. Then you might find him bulldogging Garrett, the ranch's head stockman.

Wanting to explore their sexual appetite further, Dirk and Garrett have started cruising. Hitting the rodeo circuit. Partially because they love bronc riding and steer wrestling, and partly because the rodeo grounds and local country bars are prime hunting grounds for tracking down straight guys who are willing to walk the line with them—experiment.

How far are these wranglers prepared to go to fulfill their rough stock lust? Follow the exploits of Dirk and Garrett as they cruise for straight guys on the Rodeo circuit.

Find out more about the Rodeo Boys Series:
Wranglers (Book 1)
Spurs (Book 2)
Chaps (Book 3)

Find all three books at major online retailers or buy them directly from the author here