Category Archives: stand alone books

What’s New?

089The next book is coming soon! The cover is still in the finalizing stages and the last round of editing isn’t quite done, but by the end of August it will be available for pre-order! Because I am juggling several projects under three pen names now, I will be keeping a goal of two romance books a year.

So what is the next book about? Guys and horses!

It’s about a guy who finds a horse in his unused barn, abandoned. The horse is suffering with a minor injury and a general lack of care. Of course, a vet is called. A very handsome, wonderful bisexual vet. Both men could use the other’s help in their personal lives. One needs help caring for the new horse that has come into his life, and to learn that he is still worthy of being loved even after the accident that ended his career and nearly his life. The other needs a distraction from his divorce and to know that someone can care about him without taking his whole identity away. Throw in one goat, a bearded dragon, and a snowstorm, and things get interesting.

Look for more at the end of the month! (Including the actual blurb!)

A New Book for 2019

skr_pr_1600x2400_300dpiI have a new book! As I mentioned in the 2018 review post, I decided to publish a couple books on my own (with an editor) this year due to my scheduling issues. The first of those projects is now available for pre-order! Yay!

Grant Draper has just inherited his dying family business. There hasn’t been much interest in horse-drawn carriages in his part of New York for years, but he can’t stand the thought of giving up the business and letting his late grandfather down. It’s just that rebuilding the business is going to take a miracle.

Brendan Herrmann has finally found the horse carriage his father has been hunting for years to add to his collection. But the ancient Draper & Sons coach needs more work than he had hoped. It needs to be completely rebuilt. He’s afraid no one will be up to the task, until he discovers the company Facebook page.

The project for Bren could very well be the miracle Grant needs to save Draper & Sons, and it comes with the added bonus of living with the very attractive Bren. But then, just when everything seems like it’s falling into place, someone tries to take away everything Grant has left.

Will the fragile future Grant and Bren are building be able to survive fire and fraud? Will they be able to rebuild?

The book will be released on February 2nd, but you can pre-order at Amazon now!