Hello friends, I thought I'd update you all on what's going on in my world. Currently, I'm in writing mode, doing everything I can to squeeze in as many words as humanly possible during the short window of time I get to write daily. It’s more difficult this winter than last – maybe because for the first time ever, I have more than one iron in the fire. Yup, there are way too many men in my head, demanding attention. Wow, whoever thought I would say that?
Midnight Heat: Black Phoenix 2
She was the only woman ever to rock his world.
Black Phoenix bassist Dominic Price made a mistake three years ago when he walked out on Rebecca. A mistake he plans to rectify. But first he has to convince her to open her heart to him again.
The unconscious man wheeled into Dr. Rebecca Dahlman’s ER is sexy—devilishly sexy—and injured. This isn’t just any patient in need of medical help. He is the only man she’s ever loved—the one who still haunts her dreams.
One touch of his calloused hands reignites their passion. Can they rekindle their trust as easily, or will her fears cause her to lose him again…this time to a man bent on revenge?
Chasing Midnight: Black Phoenix 3
Thomas Cahill Sr.
Thomas is the quietest voice, mostly because he feels he’s already loved and lost his one true love. It took me longer to figure out Thomas than any other hero I've written or dreamed up. He's not big on sharing his feelings. But with the help of friends, I think I've managed to figure Thomas out and have a plan for his happily-ever-after. A heart of gold wrapped in brawn and tattoos – he’s a hero that deserves a very special heroine. Good thing I’ve got just the woman for him.
Midnight Shadows: Black Phoenix 4
Ah, Alex – cocky, confident, a bit A.D.H.D. Alex. Love-‘em-and-leave-‘em Alex. The newest member of Black Phoenix, he’s used to women swooning at his feet. So I plan to give him exactly what he needs – a woman who has nothing to offer him but a cold shoulder. What? Can’t an author have a little bit of fun?
Ah, Joe Campbell. What can I say about Joe except he's lived with me longer than any other hero. Lead singer of rock band Blind Man's Alibi, Joe came to me in a dream - one of the most detailed and complicated dreams I've ever had. About once a year Joe comes back, sits at the end of my bed and asks why I haven't given him his happily-ever-after. After a few days of reminding me why his & Emma's story is so important, he recedes to the back of my mind. Only this time he refuses to go away. And having both him and Dominic in my head at the same time makes it very, very hard to concentrate.