All about Me

A twenty-something romance junkie, who’s not afraid to flaunt her ‘trashy books’. I write sensual interracial romance novels. I like romances that tug at the heartstrings and I always try to strive for a degree of this in my writing.

I live in Germany with my husband and two sons and if you stick around you’ll get an earful of my daily groans about the joys of parenting while writing.

Feel free to email me or leave a message on twitter. I’m a chatterbox and happy to talk with anyone else who loves romance. Maybe you’ll even give one of my books a try!

Notable Mention:

The Flame and The Flower by Kathleen Woodiwiss. An all time favorite romance novel of mine. (nothing beats a good bodice ripper)

21 Comments

21 thoughts on “All about Me

  1. I look forward to following your navigation…I’ve always believed in learning from others mistakes…so take good note :-)

    Btw…check me out on writingblack.wordpress.com or portiaspassion.blogspot.com

    Portia

  2. Thank you for doing what you do, on the December 7th at 5am I arrived back in USA the first I did after landing was buying your new book I was still on plane when I downloaded your book, and guess what I loved it, can’t wait for your other releases.

    • Anilsa, thank you so much! You have no idea what your lovely compliment means to me. I always say this, I love writing and as long as I have those who are interested in my books I will keep on writing. Never for the sake of pushing out a story, though! I love sharing my characters with everyone and hope my muse will see fit to help me bring lots more stories in the years to come. I no longer live in the USA, but still. Welcome back!! Hope you have a wonderful and happy holidays :-)

  3. I loved all the books I’ve read, namely Tempting mr Parker,Riding the storm,Xmas and Love unspoken.Will your new book be available for KIndle and when?
    Love, Nickie

    • Ruby, so interesting you mention Native American hero. Right now I’m already thinking about the third Hart’s Fall book and there is a half Native American hero in that one. I had originally intended for Austin Hart in Worth The Price to be half Native American, but it didn’t fit as I started wot write him. I really just had to smile when I saw your question.

  4. The first book I read ever in English (I’m dutch) was “Riding the Storm” and I loved that one so much that I started looking for more books and they were all so great. I’m very happy I found that one book else I would have missed out on a great author.

    oh and I had a ? Will you in the future write more books like Wyoming Triple Heat?

    xxx

    • We’re neighbors then. I’m in Germany, sometimes I go shopping in Maastrich (hope I spelled that right) A lot of people had a problem with Zara, but I loved her and I’m glad you got the story for what it is. As for Wyoming Triple Heat. That book was just so different for me. I think that was the fastest I ever wrote a book, because the characters were so talkative. If I ever get such inspiration again for another menage, you can bet I’ll do it. Right now I’m just focused on at least three books for Hart’s Fall, the sequel to Riding The Storm and whatever else is very open. So we’ll see…

  5. lol don’t worry I ‘m already glad for the treasures you’ve written and will look forward to your next book regardless of it being like Wyoming Triple Heat ;)

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