Taking the Boss to Bed- December release


One kiss from the boss is all it takes!
When producer Ryan Jackson kisses a beautiful stranger to save her from a lecherous investor, he doesn’t know she’s his newest employee…or that she’s also his best friend’s little sister all grown up. Now the only way to save his business deal is a scorching, hands-on, make-believe affair with the one woman who is absolutely off-limits. So why is he thinking more about seducing Jaci Brookes-Lyon than toeing the corporate line? When sexual ruse becomes reality, can faking it save his business and lead to love?

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My sister is a witch…do I care?

My younger sister Jen is a white witch.

When I heard this, my first thought was that I’m really glad that she isn’t a black witch, I don’t think the the eye-of-a-newt no teeth Macbeth witch is a good look for her.


She is a practicing Pagan and I, admittedly, don’t know a lot about the religion except that, at its heart, it has a reverence for everything in nature. She doesn’t use a broomstick as a mode of transport (sadly, in my humble opinion, that would be pretty cool), bite the heads off bats or worship Satan.

Jen loves the natural world and everything in it and she is, fundamentally, a nurturer. She’ll give the same care to a broken baby tree as she gives to the elderly folk she cares for. She hugs trees, talks to plants, stares at that sky and finds magic in unexpected places.

And she loves…generously, uninhibitedly, wildly….
I kind of think any other love based God would be okay with that. And really, what can be so wrong with a religion that has the phrase “First, do no harm” as a cornerstone of its faith?

I have this idea that if you are looking for God, he will find you.

My sister is a smart, capable, thinking adult and she has chosen this form of worship. Paganism is her path, her choice and I will fight for her right—vociferously and loudly—as strongly as I will fight for your right to worship Christ, or Muhammed, or Buddha or anyone other deity your energy resonates with. I’m in no position to judge her, or you, or anyone else. Her path is her path, mine is different. And that’s okay.

So okay.
Her choices do not affect me, my life or my spiritual path. There’s an old Polish saying that sums my thoughts on peoples choice of religion, including my sisters, perfectly:
Not my circus, not my monkeys…
I love my sister, I fully, absolutely and unequivocally support and respect her choices. I only have one piece of advice for her….

Don’t drink and fly, my darling. ;-)

Peace. Tolerance. Love

I’ve deliberately not allowed comments on this post because I don’t want my blog to become a platform for anyone to promote his or her religious beliefs. Instead of commenting, I challenge you to donate $5 (or less or more) to your church, a charity, a cause you believe in the name of your God; whoever or whatever that may be. Let’s spread a little love.

New releases…

I know that I have neglected this blog terribly, life and writing and life and kids and life have got in the way. I also have quite a bit of work to do (for which I’m grateful for, I’d rather have too much work than none at all) but I am going to do my best to get organized again. I really am.

So, looking ahead in terms of books, I have a book coming out in September for the Tule Publishing group and it’s called Claimed By The Warrior. Here’s the blurb:

Bad boy Jed Hamilton is ex-special Forces and a current undercover “recovery agent” working for Pytheon, a powerful group that liberates stolen items—people, secrets, art—and returns them to their rightful owners. He’s mentally and physically tough, a loner and, above all, violently allergic to commitment, permanence, and anything wedding related.

So when he hears, in the very sexy McKenna Dixon’s bridal salon, that his much younger sister is getting married and she wants him to be her “man of honor” Jed wishes he was anywhere but in Cape Town, especially around the woman who makes him consider perilous phrases like “what if” and “maybe”…

McKenna Dixon loves bad boys, but her past experience with the species has led to nothing but pain and heartbreak. Jed Hamilton is exactly the type of man she should avoid, but when a nasty incident threatens her and her daughter Daisy, Jed immediately appoints himself as their protector, even though it’s not a part of his job description.

McKenna is determined not to allow another bad boy to flip her life inside out, and Jed is determined to retain his bachelor status and to keep travelling and working. But, as they both discover, love does its best work when you are busy making other plans…

Claimed by the Warrior

Claimed by the Warrior

And the pic. Isn’t he hot?

I also have a Harlequin Desire coming out in December called “Taking the Boss to Bed”. I’ll post the pic and links as soon as I have them.

Best wishes

Writers are… #amwriting (Found on book

Writers are… #amwriting (Found on booksandpublishing.tumblr.com) http://ow.ly/i/biZLS

The person reading this…. is lovely.

The person reading this….

is lovely.

I am talking about music…

I am talking abut music and why it’s important to me on the Pink Hearts Society Blog @ http://pinkheartsociety.blogspot.com.

I have sadly neglected this blog…

I have sadly neglected this blog; life ran away from me but I intend to do better. It’s my mid year resolution.


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