I squeezed in some time to revamp the next book…only nine more to go!
This one was first published under the title Maybe Next Time by Evernight Publishing in 2013 for their Romance on the Go line.
It’s a cougar romance so if you like the older woman and hot younger man theme this is for you-
Gina’s feeling old and overweight and all she needs is someone to knock down a wall in her house so she can build an at home gym.
Enter Sean who’s short on cash but full of ambition and twelve years her junior. His dad always told him never mix business with pleasure but where this older woman’s concerned Sean’s willing to make an exception.
Gina might be slowly falling in love with the young hunk but what will happen when he comes to his senses and realizes she can never give him a family?
Can a cougar capture her man?
I’m trying my best to play catch up with all the books I’m getting rights back to because I want to give some of them a major overhaul. It’s taking time away from my new stories so I hope you’ll bear with me.
Here’s one I re-released last week. It’s Saturday Night Blues (first published by Evernight Publishing in 2013), and it’s now told from a dual first person perspective.
Hope you enjoy the updated version…
What’s a girl to do when she’s single and it’s Valentine’s Day?
If you’re Natasha Hargreaves you babysit your nephew. However, not all is lost when a mishap with a large vase lands her in the ER with an overworked but very sexy, Dr. David Walker.
David’s not usually a doctor to fall for a patient but there’s something about Natasha that makes his heart beat faster and forces him to break the rules about asking her out.
Are they a match made in heaven and will Natasha be able to handle a doctor’s unsociable hours of work?
My last story of the year is released by Evernight Publishing on Friday December 14th.
Here’s the blurb-
While heading home on Christmas Eve, CEO Shaun Cullen notices that the lights on the main floor are still on and decides to turn them off. There he finds a slip of red paper and upon reading it learns it’s a dirty letter to Santa and signed by someone called Naughty Noelle. He discovers she’s the alter ego of employee Ellen Nelson, and the letter is her confession about everything bad she’s done at work, and also her lust for him. Will he fire her or will he visit her dressed as Santa and hand out some of his own form of punishment?