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“Sweeps you away” — advance reviews for Under Fyre (Alien Dragon Shifters 1)

Some early Goodreads reviews for Under Fyre: “What could be better than an alien romance from this author? Why, an alien DRAGON romance, of course! The teaser prequel was interesting, but it didn’t half-way prepare me for the wonder I … Continue reading

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Coming in just TWO weeks: UNDER FYRE (Alien Dragon Shifters 1) #SFR #PNR #shapeshifter

Release date: May 21 ~ Available for Preorder Now Betrayed by her people, does she dare trust a dragon? The alien dragon shifters who discover Earth come in peace—at first. Then, inexplicably, they threaten to attack. In an attempt to … Continue reading

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What I read in April…#RecommendedReads #BookReviews

I only read fourbooks in April. I need to kick it in gear or I won’t meet my Goodreads Reading Challenge to read 100 books this year. In my defense, the books I did read were all full length novels–not … Continue reading

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Is she crazy?! An interview with the heroine of Under Fyre #dragon #SFR #PNR

Recently, I sat down with the heroine of Under Fyre (Alien Dragon Shifters 1). Rhianna Montclair, an expert in Draconian Relations, is accompanying the president’s daughter to Draco, a planet inhabited by alien dragon shifters. This is a transcript of … Continue reading

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Why cyborgs??? Some insight into the Cy-Ops Cyborg Romance series

This year is my 10th anniversary as a published author, so throughout the year, I’ll share some personal tidbits about my books, why I wrote what I wrote, what I intended. What if your survival depended on the person you … Continue reading

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Close encounters of the dragon kind…an excerpt from Under Fyre #SFR #PNR

(Rhianna Montclair is sent as a stand-in for the president’s daughter to become a dragon’s concubine. ) “I’m not sad,” she denied. “Do all humans lie about their emotions?” He leaned in close again, his mouth partly open, his muzzle … Continue reading

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A different twist on a shifter romance…Under Fyre backstory spotlight

In every shifter story I’ve read (wolf, big cat, dragon, bear), the shifter can only take two forms: human OR his/her animal. It’s either/or. In Under Fyre (Alien Dragon Shifters 1), the Draconians can control their shift and appear as … Continue reading

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A look back at BREEDER, the Sci-fi Romance readers LOVED and HATED….

My sci-fi romance Breeder was one of those books readers loved or hated. There was little middle ground. This year, 2019, is my 10th anniversary as a published author. I signed my first publishing contract 10 years ago in July. … Continue reading

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What I read in March…#recommended reads #PNR, #SFR, #Regency #nonfiction

Welcome to my monthly mini-reviews of the books I read during the month. As you can see, I updated my graphic to a hammock in the sun instead of a cozy spot in front of the fire, because it IS … Continue reading

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2009-2019: A look back at how I got published…

This year, 2019, marks my tenth anniversary as a published author. In July 2009 I signed my first book publishing contract. Writing books and getting published was always my BIG DREAM.  It was the one thing I wanted more than … Continue reading

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