As a woman and an author I’m forever searching for a happy ending for my characters. Or, as we call it in the romance industry, an HEA (happily-ever-after). I also believe those HEAs come in many sizes (full length or novella), time periods (modern, historical and even futuristic), and tropes (friends-to-lovers, mistaken identity). I invite you to explore the romance genre of your choice by clicking on the tabs above.

Like most authors, I began writing at an early age, usually on the walls and with crayons or, heaven forbid, permanent markers. My love of writing often made me the English teacher’s pet, which, of course, resulted in a whole lot of teasing. Still, it was worth it.

When not writing (which is almost never), I love to travel with Las Vegas being my preferred destination. I currently live in Atlantic Canada where I enjoy the relaxed pace and colorful people.

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Coming Soon

From the Scarlet line of The Wild Rose Press
Available July 20, 2020

Book 2 in the Lusty Liaison’s Series ~ Trust Me

Tax consultant Katherine Weller isn’t ready for a relationship after a divorce that left her empty. But when her best friend suggests she set up a sex-only date through Lusty Liaisons, a unique and exclusive dating service, she’s uncertain but intrigued.

Maybe a hot romp with a sexy, younger man is exactly what she needs to take that confident first step into her new life as a single woman.

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Coming in August ~ from the Romance Gems Authors
Part of the Last Chance Beach box set of short stories!

I Do … Again

Thirty-five years earlier, Lily Abbott and Mitch Colby exchanged wedding vows in a quaint ceremony attended by a small crowd consisting of four Micronauts, a one-eyed pet rock, two special-edition Barbies, and an assortment of stuffed animals. Officiated by Stretch Armstrong, it was the social event of their 8th summer.

Lily never forgot the childish ceremony. Or the fact her best friend and first love had left her behind and relocated to Boston to pursue an expensive education. Divorced, with college-bound twin daughters, Lily’s moved on and put the foolishness of first crushes and true love behind her.

Mitch never wanted the expensive education his father had mapped out for him. He’d have been perfectly happy to stay in Summerville, marry the love of his life, and settle down. However, when push came to shove, he’d not wanted to upset his ailing mother, and had left everything…and everyone…that he’d wanted behind.

The 25th reunion of the graduating class of Summerville High has brought them back together at a seaside resort on Last Chance Beach. Will one weekend together be enough? Or, is there a possibility for more?