Gray Card

Gray Card is the award-winning first book in my longest Scifi Romance series, The Department of Homeworld Security.

I have to be honest with you — this first book in the series is almost pure fluff (with lots and lots of heat). It’s optimistic, funny, and never gets too dark or intense. It’s also nice and short. Most people can read it in about an hour or two. I absolutely designed it that way on purpose.

Have you ever wanted to read a book and just let your brain shut down and watch the pretty pictures and have fun and feel good and then end up feeling even better when you’re done? That’s what I was aiming for with this book.

It has 50’s Scifi movie references. It has cool spaceships. It has a super-hot hero and an ultra-strong heroine and lots and lots of explicit… “affection” 😉 It is silly and weird and entertaining.

And most importantly, it’s filled with awesomely terrible puns.

What’s not to love?

Is he after her heart or her planet?

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Forbidden Instinct

Any time I look back on Forbidden Instinct, I ask myself the same question. Why the heck haven’t I done more with this series?

I absolutely love it, have the second book halfway written, and have the rest of the series mapped out. Plus, I’ve received some of the absolutely best feedback about this series.

So, why haven’t I done more? The answer is… complicated.

Honestly? This series has a huge amount of potential, and I think that scares me. I know, it’s ridiculous and I should just push through and write it, but I really want to do this right. I haven’t given up on it, even though it’s been on the shelf for a while, and I’m actually still working on it in the background.

I will return full-heartedly to this series someday soon, I hope! And it will be epic…

To save the world, she’ll sacrifice anything—even the man she loves.

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Revisiting The Blades of Janus for #ThrowbackThursday has me itching to write the third book in this series. You know about book hangovers, where you read a book that you loved so much that you walk around in a kind of daze, with your mind still half-immersed in remembered awesomeness? Imagine that after finishing a book that took you two years to write and featured many of the favorite characters you’ve ever created.

That’s what happened after I wrote Progenitor. I fell for Brock, hard, which I really expected. But falling for Meg? That surprised me. She won my heart with her vulnerability and the incredible strength embracing it gave to her.

Death won’t stop him. Loving her might.

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