March is Rolling in like a Lion Thanks to Old Man Winter
Can you feel that chill? I can.
Old Man Winter has overstayed his welcome but he didn’t put a damper on my big Birthday Celebration.
It was hard to pick just a few winners with everyone who stopped by all the wonderful blogs that helped me pull off an amazing Birthday Party. But I did and here they are:
The Winner of the Big Sweetheart Basket is Mary Zenger and The Winner of the Autographed Book is J C Mealet.
I want to Thank Everyone for this amazing year that I had. My first book will always be a special memory, but it won’t be my last. I have many more stories to be told, and many more parties to throw.
I love my loyal fans and readers so I will end this post with a little hint to what will come in the very near future.
My Young Adult, If I Knew Then:
Angel O’Hare suffers years of abuse at the hand of her alcoholic mother so she lives a lie, leaving her emotionally closed off to keep her sisters safe, until Jax enters her life. His love breaks down her barriers and shows her that her dreams can come true until her mother’s deception causes her to lose everything, except a secret she fights to hide. Determined to live a life without pain she makes plans to leave when Jax returns with apologies that she has heard many times before. Can she forget the pain and follow her heart, or will her mother discover her plans and pull her back into a life of emotional darkness.
My Romantic Suspense, Last Chance to Run:
What if you found out the daughter you buried was alive and being held captive by a man you thought you killed?
With no evidence to fall back on, and his agency refusing help, FBI Agent Ron Daily is forced to form an alliance with Patty McCarthy. A stubborn redhead who tests his patience, and invades his restless nights. Can they put their differences aside to find the kidnappers, or will Ron’s past resurfaces, destroying Patty’s trust, and causing him to lose his daughter for good.