Two New Holiday Stories

I always try to write at least one holiday focused story and this year I’ve penned two.

The first one is Brody for the Big Sky County series. He’s a cowboy on a mission to find his biological father who he hopes still lives in Riker’s Creek. I won’t give away the reason he needs to find him but let’s just say it’s the season of miracles and Brody gets more than he ever wished for when Christmas Day rolls around. This story will be released on November 26th…Thanksgiving Day for those in the US. And a huge thank you to Shannon who offered the name for this cowboy!

The second story is Miracle Wolf for Christmas and it’s part of my Kalispell Shifters series. I know bears are a huge favorite for readers of the series, but this time it’s a wolf shifter who finds his human mate. Once again I tried to focus on the wonderful things that can happen when people least expect it. The release date for this one is December 17th.

Here’s a sneak peek of the cover of Brody-

 

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Big Sky County-Book Seven-Cash

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If you’re following along with the Big Sky County series, you’ll already know Cash. He first appeared in Connor where he bid on Connor’s sister Katy. Just like the Nolan-Delaney’s, Cash’s family had a skeleton in their closet which was revealed in Ryan.

In this story it’s back to present day Montana with Katy and Cash heading off to Las Vegas where she hopes that the relationship will move from the platonic stage it’s been stuck in for the last few months.

However, Cash Doyle is, underneath his handsome façade, a broken man who’s keeping a secret from not only Katy, but the world.

The book will be released on Thursday July 30th and has been selected as an Editor’s Pick.

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Big Sky County-Connor

On May 4th it’s back to those sexy modern day cowboys who reside in Big Sky County, Montana. This time it’s Connor Nolan-Delaney’s story. If you read the previous book in the series, Shaun and Jon, you’ll know that his ancestor’s weren’t your conventional people of their time. You may also remember that Jennifer Nealon stumbled upon Connor’s great, great, great grandmother’s journal and it contains information that might be detrimental to his campaign to run for the county sheriff’s job. And of course, Jennifer has  always had a thing for Connor so a little blackmail never hurts.

Hope you enjoy reading this one as much as I did writing it. Here’s a sneak peek at the cover-

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