Sunday, May 17, 2015

"Testosterone Poisoning"

Now available in paperback or Kindle format!! 



Thursday, May 7, 2015

"Going Home"

"Going Home" is featured on today. 

It's only 99-cents all week!

If you haven't downloaded a copy, do it this week!

Monday, May 4, 2015


"Going home" is on sale all week for just 99-cents!


Fifteen years ago Cassie fled her hometown, taking with her an undeserved bad reputation and a broken heart. She reluctantly returns for her father’s funeral and comes face to face with the one who broke her heart. This encounter sends her packing again, only this time it’s not so easy to just leave and forget. Her visit opens old wounds, stokes old flames, and uncovers lies and deceit. It’s showdown time!

An excerpt:

“Why are you here?” Cassie snapped at him. He hadn't seen her come into the entry hall but there she was, looking angrier than a she-bear with missing cubs.
“I want to talk to you. Cassie, please....let's sit down and talk. Can we?”
“No....please leave my house. You are not invited and you are not welcome. Go. Now. Before I call someone.”
“Why? What did I do, Cassie? Talk to me.”
“We have nothing to talk about, Rudy.”
He stared at the floor and Cassie almost felt sorry for him, because he looked so pathetic. How did he find her? Why did he find her? She stared at his profile and remembered how she would stare at him that way when they were in high school. He never saw her looking. It was ironic that if that day had never happened, and he had come to her this way, she would have happily taken him into her arms. But that day did happen, and she could never forget it.

Rudy felt his pulse hammering away in his throat. She looked so beautiful in her long yellow summer dress. All he could think about was wrapping his arms around her and pressing his lips to hers. He wanted her--badly--more than he ever wanted anyone. Her scent reached his nostrils and as he breathed it in, he felt his heart kick into high gear. She was staring at him with a frown on her face. He had to say something--anything to keep her from throwing him out the door. Cassie wasn’t mean! She was sweet--always sweet. Whatever it was about him that turned her off,  he had to fix it.