The Yule Cat Hit #1 in New Releases in Folklore!

I am so thrilled with the reception The Yule Cat is getting!  Readers are talking about it on Facebook and even in RL (thank you to the intrepid soul that let me know about that conversation!), sending me emails, leaving reviews, and spreading the word! In fact, so many people picked up a copy in the first few days that The Yule Cat hit the #1 spot in New Releases in Folklore and stayed there for two days!

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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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Lingering Touch

Today’s book for #ThrowbackThursday is the final installment of The Summer Park Psychics trilogy, Lingering Touch. This is by far the most suspenseful and action-packed of the three books. I had learned so much by the time I wrote it, and learned even more after publishing it.

Ever since I read the pivotal moment of “the flight of the queens” and Ruth’s hatching in Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern series in several books from different points of view (POV), I dreamed of exploring that creative technique in my own stories. With Whispering Hearts and Lingering Touch, I took my first plunge into writing stories that ran in parallel to each other. You’ll see conversations in each book from the different characters’ POVs, getting a much deeper view into what was going on during those moments.

Could I have done it better? Undoubtedly. But the knowledge I gained, and the extra time spent with characters I love was absolutely worth it. I have to say that I consider Lingering Touch to be the strongest book in the trilogy. I hope you’ll give it a chance!


The memory of his touch has never left her heart…or her body.

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