We finished up the call, and before going out to greet Marvin and spending the better part of the night talking about Aubrey, I took a moment for myself. Maybe Pitt was right. Maybe I was delusional. Because, with no concrete evidence that Oliver Hopkins was the unsub I was looking for, tonight, I was... Continue Reading →
“Barely touched you, sweetheart. You’re that eager for me? Thought you had somewhere to go.” READ NOW
She's a spy. He's her target. The day former intelligence operative, Eija Barrett, stepped foot inside Interpol headquarters, she’s had one main objective—infiltrate and dismantle the largest sect of the Russian Mafia, run by the renowned Yuri Sokolov, based in Moscow. Each attempt by the agency, so far, has failed. Nearly all the agents Interpol... Continue Reading →
“...everybody needs at least one person to fight for them. I’m not going to leave you alone in this world for the next thing to come along, and maybe Mika can’t be there for you because of Carson’s needs or if they have a child. So, although I know you can fight your own battles,... Continue Reading →
I have a full-length holiday release planned for the 21st of December called No Feelings Allowed. The main characters, OB Daniels and Samantha Norwood, are minor characters from Seducing the Boss, and it's an African American contemporary romance. And yes to all who asked. The next After the End series will be Joel and Ayesha.... Continue Reading →
Kerah “You didn’t answer my question.” I should have dropped the subject, but I couldn’t. My brake line had been cut, and I was on a straightaway down the slope of Elias Mountain. “Why not have her mother drop her off if it’s easier?” I blinked. In the split second that I’d blinked, his eyes... Continue Reading →
The Shadow is officially with the publisher, which means I'll have the release date details for you soon. Since I've gotten this question a few times, as it currently stands, I don't have any plans in the works for a Curtis book. However, I do have one for Joel that will include elements from Curtis'... Continue Reading →
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