Bewitching The Bear-Kalispell Shifters

Yes, I finally got a new book written. After a few changes in the plot, Bewitching the Bear is now published.

If you’re following along, you know I left a cliffhanger at the end of book 13th, when Ian’s younger brother, Cade, walked into the store down the street from his own and met with a rather unfriendly but very attractive, young woman, who won’t give her name but does reveal she knows all about their shifting community.

I had so much fun writing this one…I even have the story arc for book 15th and yes, ideas for a spin-off series too.

Here’s the synopsis, excerpt and cover for Bewitching the Bear, hope you’ll pick up a copy, snuggle up by the fire with the beverage of your choice and enjoy Cade and Gillian’s story.


Cade’s always dreamed about owning a motorbike store, and with money that he’s been left by old friend, Charlie, that’s about to come true.

He has a neighbor who he’s dying to meet. However, their first introduction doesn’t go quite as he planned. She seems immune to his charm and reveals something he never saw coming.

She knows about their shape shifting community.

Gillian Finnagan has secrets of her own. She’s on a Quest and Cade Mallory is part of test one.

She knows at all costs she has to keep the sexy bear shifter at arm’s lengths but that’s so hard to do when he’s drop dead gorgeous and their paths seem to cross every single day.

Will Gillian ever reveal what she is and why she’s in town?


Cade knew he was being watched. He’d seen the older woman enter the store and then, she and, oh, if only she’d been polite enough to give Cade her name, stood there watching him. When he’d glanced over, they’d quickly darted out of view.

“Cade, what’s wrong with you all of a sudden?”

His brother’s voice jarred him from his thoughts.

“What, oh, just thinking about the person who owns the store next to mine.”

Trey glanced over his shoulder.

“Pretty is she?”

“How did you know the person is a she?” Cade asked him.

“The glint it your eyes.”

Cade laughed, knowing it was the phoniest one he’d ever produced. He wasn’t great at fooling anyone, but especially one of his brothers. He continued making an adjustment on the ignition, hoping Trey wouldn’t discuss the topic of his next-door neighbor any more.

“She knows all about me,” Cade finally announced, realizing, he did want to talk to someone about his encounter with her.

“What that you snore louder than anyone I’ve ever known. And that without fail, fart like the devil after you’ve eaten the sampler platter at the local Mexican restaurant.”

Cade laughed again, but this time it was real. How could he not find that last remark funny because it was spot on true. One thing all three Mallory brothers had in common was the joy of teasing, especially those they loved.

“I do neither of those two things,” he said, knowing another common trait was not admitting to your weaknesses. “And that’s not what I’m referring to. She knows I’m a bear shifter, also knows about all of us being shifters too.”

Trey dropped the wrench he was holding. “How?”

Cade shrugged. It had been a huge shock to him too.

“Have you told anyone else about her?” asked Trey, now sitting on the bike.

“Nope, only met her about thirty minutes ago.”

He wanted to say and since that time, he’d thought of nothing else and not just because of what she’d revealed. He’d felt the pull of something between them. Yes, sexual but something more, something a lot deeper than that. He’d never experienced it with a woman ever before. Maybe it was what the other guys had felt when they met their human mates. Two magnets meeting for the first time, the pull stronger than you could ever imagine.

While he didn’t hate humans, they weren’t his favorite of beings. Although, all the human wives of bear shifters were great women, and yes, his soon to be sister-in-law, Eve, was downright fun to be around and had made his brother happy again. Something he never thought would happen. But Cade Mallory falling for one, getting in bed with one… marrying one. The world would end before any of that ever happened.

“Earth to Cade, come in please. If I didn’t know better, I’d say you had the same starry-eyed look in your eyes that Ian had when he first met Eve.”

Cade swallowed hard, twice. So, his brother had seen physical evidence of his attraction. It hadn’t been Cade’s imagination.

“But you do know better. One human in our family is going to be enough. There will never be two,” Cade assured him.

Yeah, assure your brother but what about you? Bet your last dollar on it. She was pretty with a capital P.

Trey pulled out his phone from his back-pant pocket and began texting.

“What are you doing?”

He had the weird feeling Trey was going to call her store and reveal that his big brother had a crush on her. Yeah, he’d done that a lot when they’d been younger. Trey had even made a public announcement when Cade had lost his virginity.

“I’m calling an emergency shifter meeting. We need to find out more about her,” Trey told him.

Kalispell Shifters-Now In Print

I’m busy working on book 14 of the Kalispell Shifters series. While I’ve been writing the story of Cade and his mate, I got the idea to turn the previous books in the series into a paperback version.

Initial thought was to go with one book but realized that was a bad idea because it would make it thousands of page long. My new plan is to divide them up and book one, containing The Bear’s Mate, Bringing Home the Bear, and Loving the Bear is now available for sale at Amazon. (I’ll add more sites later once all the books are created).

Here’s the link

I’ll be working on book two of the paperback series later this week and will post when it’s live on Amazon.

Hope you like this idea and will enjoy having a physical copy to read.

Big Sky County Book 11-Jackson

Two weeks ago, I published the last of the Big Sky County back titles, Branndon Jr. If you’ve read the story you know that he has a younger brother, Jackson who’d just had a baby left in his truck with a note saying it was his son.

Just in case you’ve forgotten about the ending, here it is-

Jackson couldn’t believe that his big brother was finally going to settle down. He slapped him on the back as he, Jackson and Brody headed out of the bar where they’d been for a drink to celebrate.

“Two weddings coming up,” said Jackson. “Dad’s going to be over the moon.”

“You’re next,” said Branndon.

“Never in a million years. You hear that?”

“Hear what?” asked Brody.

“Like a whimpering sound,” said Jackson.

The three men stopped walking and Jackson listened again. “Sounds like it’s coming from my truck,” he said.

“The door’s not shut all the way,” said Brody. “You forgot to lock it, or someone broken in there?”

“Fuck,” said Jackson, running over to it. He knew he didn’t have much to steal, just his spare cowboy hat and boots, but the thought of someone getting into his vehicle made him madder than hell.

As he got closer, the whimpering turned into crying. It was a baby. He opened the door to see it sitting on the passenger seat in a baby carrier.

“Who would dump a baby like this?” he asked when Branndon and Brody arrived by his side.

“Some sick, cruel person,” said Brody. “Cute little thing,” said Brody, lifting out the carrier. “Judging by the clothing, it’s a boy.”

“Hey, there’s a piece of paper pushed down the side by his jacket,” said Branndon, pulling it out.

“I think we should call the police or children’s services or whoever you call,” said Jackson.

Branndon pulled out the paper. “Hey big brother, either the baby has the same name as you, or this is addressed to you,” he said, handing it to Jackson.

Jackson took it and opened it up.

“It can’t be…” He leaned against this truck.

“What’s wrong?” asked Brody.

“It says he’s my son,” said Jackson.

“Congratulations, pa,” said Branndon. “Wow is dad going to be over the moon or what. His first grandchild at last.”

“This can’t be true,” said Jackson. “How did this happen?”

“When a man and woman love one another…”

Jackson punched Branndon on the upper arm. “This is not funny and I couldn’t have fathered this child because I wear a rubber every time.”

“They’re not one hundred percent foolproof,” said Brody. “And the little guy does look a lot like you.”

“Any idea who his mother might be?” asked Branndon.

Jackson looked at the baby screaming his head off. What was he, three months old? He thought back a year ago trying to remember if he’d been seeing anyone. Nope, last person he’d dated regularly at been two years ago, since then he’d just had some quick relationships and just one very sexually-intense one-night stand twelve months ago.

“Fuck, he can’t be…”

“What?” asked Branndon.

“I just realized who the mother of this baby is.”

“Anyone we know?” asked Branndon.

“Yeah, Tori Monroe.”

“As in one of the Monroes who hate us like the Hatfields hated the McCoys?” asked Branndon.

Oh yeah, those Monroes.

“Shit Jackson, when Pa and her pa finds out you fucked a Monroe, you’re a dead man,” said Branndon.


On Monday August 3rd, I’ll be releasing Jackson’s story. 

Here’s a sneak peek at the cover and an excerpt-

“Did you really need to blurt out that you’re the baby’s mother like you did?”

“I’m sorry. I wasn’t’ thinking. I haven’t been doing much of that lately because of lack of sleep looking after a baby.”

It was wrong of her to take it out on him but since Kyle had been born she’d been up a couple of times a night and it was taking its toll. She had no idea how so many single moms handled it.

“How did this happen?” asked Jackson.

“When a man and a woman get together…”

He raised his hand. “Enough with the sarcasm, Tori. We used condoms.”

“Didn’t you get the memo that they’re not foolproof?”

While she did hate the predicament their night of lust had caused, she couldn’t think of life without Kyle now. He finished feeding, and she lifted him away from her breast and put him over her shoulder.

“I think you should cover up. I’d hate you to catch a cold or something worse,” said Jackson.

He was coloring up again. That was Jackson. Probably put their night right out of his mind, months ago and was almost embarrassed to think about what they’d done. She hadn’t been able to do that and not just because of the pregnancy and baby. It had been the best sex of her life, and she guessed no one would rock her world like that ever again. It wasn’t postpartum depression she’d had, but post-sex letdown.

“Could you pass me his burpee cloth? It’s in the side of the bag I left with you,” she said, pointing.

Jackson walked to it, pulled out the blue towel, and handed it to her.

“Okay, there you are,” she said, rubbing the baby’s back.

“Were you planning on dumping him on me or what?” asked Jackson.

“No, my dad’s got an eagle eye, and he’s been seeing a Mckinney in him and I couldn’t get up the courage to tell you about the baby. And yes, I know it was a dumb thing, but it was the only thing I could think of. There is no way I’d dump this little cutie.”

She lifted the baby up and kissed him. “He is worth the whole twenty hours of labor I went through and the bags under my eyes after I wake up with every morning.”

“Twenty hours, wow,” said Jackson. He sat and stroked the baby’s head. “You have anyone with you?”

“Yeah, my mom and aunt stayed with me the whole time.”

He nodded. “If you’d told me, I would have been there.”

Tori knew that. Jackson wasn’t the type of guy who didn’t live up to his responsibilities.

“I was going to insist on a DNA test, but I know that would be a waste of time and money. I hate to admit it when a Monroe’s right, but your dad is correct in seeing Mckinney in him,” said Jackson.

“You what to hold him again?” asked Tori.


Jackson took the baby from her and didn’t look at ease but he would, given time. Tori had been a nervous first-time mom as soon as she’d taken Kyle home from the hospital. Thank goodness she had her mom around.

“He won’t break so don’t worry too much,” she assured Jackson.

“You didn’t tell me his name.”

“Kyle Jacob,” said Tori. She lifted her hands in defense of the name. “I had to do something to get on Dad’s good side. Naming him after his great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather made him a very happy man.”

She knew that was not going to sit well with Branndon Sr.


I hope you’ll pick up a copy and enjoy the story as the saga continues.


Re-Released Kalispell Shifters Stories

Summer’s flying by and one of my projects has been to rework and re-release all the books I’ve gotten rights back to.

This week I published the last of the Kalispell back titles.

Yes, book 13-Mending the Bear.

I left it with my usual cliffhanger. A hint of what’s to come and who the next bear shifter to fall in love will be. That was four years ago and now I have to start writing  Cade Mallory’s story. He’d just introduced himself to a woman who seems to know a lot about the bear shifters. Book 14 will be all about finding out what and how she knows their secret, who she is, her secret, and what’s coming for the shifters in Kalispell.

It will also be the starting point of another paranormal series.

I’m hoping to write book 14 sometime this fall and get it published around the holidays.

Until then, here’s the book cover for Mending the BearMending the Bear 2

Lots of Re-Releases

Almost summer, almost half the year gone and I haven’t kept posting here like I promised.

I also need to sit down and write some new stories but in all honesty with the teaching and coaching, there’s only so much time, and by the end of the day, more words are the last thing my eyes need to see.

I want to get back to my the cowboy stories and I especially want to write more tales of my beloved Kalispell Shifters. I’ve decided that this year will be my last one teaching writing (I’ll still do coaching), because I want to spend time on all my series and I even have an idea for a spin off for the Kalispell Shifters.

In the meantime, I hope (if you haven’t already read them), my re-released back titles. Yes, I now have rights to every book I’ve ever written and it feels great to be in total control. I’ve just added covers of the books that will be released (one a week), through August on the Upcoming Releases page of this site, so I hope you’ll check them out and read the books once they’re published.

In the meantime, here are three covers of stories that I’ve already re-released. Cash from Big Sky County, Protected by the Bear and The Bear’s Baby from Kalispell Shifters. Hope you’ll give them a read and I’ll post again very soon…yes, I promise!


CashProtected by the Bear 2The Bear's Baby

Two Re-Released Kalispell Shifters

Yes, once again, it’s been a long time since I posted something here.

I forced myself to sit down and write this one about two back titles that I recently released. Two of my beloved Kalispell Shifters stories whose story lines are interconnected. Bear With Me and Reforming The Bear.

And check out these covers, two of my favorites and I’m proud to say I made them myself. I hope you’ll agree that they fit the Kalispell Shifters brand oh so well!


Bear With Me FinalReforming the Bear FINAL TWO

Shaun and Jon-Re-Release

Today I released another back title. It’s book four in my Big Sky County series. This story starts the beginning of many stories in the series about two well known families in Big Sky County. It takes a look at a diary left by a woman who was once a mail order bride and features a menage a trois. It’s a little bit different to the other stories so if you haven’t already read it, I hope you will this time around.

Here’s the new cover-Shaun and Jon-Final

The Wolf’s Mate

Happy 2020 to you.

Yesterday I re-released my first back title for this new year and it’s The Wolf’s Mate (previously titled A Wolf’s Mate). It’s book six in my Kalispell Shifters series and is a follow up story to Christmas With Two Alphas. It features Nick from that story and in this one, he finds his mate.

If you haven’t already read it, I hope you’ll pick up a copy and follow along with the Kalispell Shifters stories. If you have, then I hoped you enjoyed it.


Here’s  look at the cover

The Wolf's Mate



Holiday Re-Release

Another year is slowly coming to a close. This is the first year I haven’t written a Christmas themed story but I do have a back title I’ve just released. It’s book five in the Kalispell Shifters series. Here’s the new cover I made. I also made it 99 cents. So if you haven’t read it or want to try a Kalispell Shifters story, this is your chance.

Oh, and Maddie, book one in my new Secret Confessions series, will be free on New Year’s Day over at Amazon.


Christmas with Two Alphas

Maddie-Book One-Secret Confessions Will Be Free For Five Days

Maddie-Secret Confessions1


As you may know, I launched a new erotica series earlier this year.

It’s called Secret Confessions. Each book will feature a different woman’s story told to a therapist. Her darkest secrets, her desires…all the naughty stuff I know you all love so much.

The first book in the series is Maddie. I currently have it published with KDP Select which enables me to give it away free.

I thought with the holidays around the corner, what better time than Thanksgiving to give you a free gift…a nice break from all the festivities…maybe a quiet sexy read away from the guests!

Beginning on Wednesday and running through Sunday, Maddie will be free for you to download over at Amazon.

I hope you take advantage of the free read and enjoy reading this one as much as I loved writing it. It’s one of my favorites and I hope you think so too, if you do I’d love you to leave a review on Amazon and spread the word about this book and the series.

Happy reading and here’s the link-