Erica Carmichael hasn’t been home in ten years. Disbelieving her father’s new sobriety, she’d fled the family house straight out of high school and is only back now to take care of her newly orphaned teenage brother. She’s mystified, thrilled – and very wary – of the handsome guy who lives next door. No man this marvelous has ever before shown an interest in her. He can’t be for real.
Brennan Swift knows Erica has the wrong impression of him. He hasn’t always been the upstanding shop owner he now appears. He also knows he has to shut down his inappropriate attraction to her. He can’t afford a relationship. The last one nearly killed him.
A single romance about the power of love and family. This book should be free wherever it is sold, including Smashwords, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Apple.
Chess Bradshaw and Cookie Thibideaux have known each other – and disliked each other – for twenty years. Chess is the cold enforcer Cookie’s father sent out every time she took a job that was too shady or found an apartment in a neighborhood too dangerous. But now Cookie has finally landed a part in a long-running play, and Chess is the one in trouble. The perfume company he owns has been sabotaged and is faltering. Cookie knows that through their marriage she can help save the company, but can either of them tolerate even a marriage of convenience?
I hope everyone has and will continue to enjoy a happy holiday season. To help celebrate, I’ve released my newest novel, That’ll Be the Day, which is now available on Amazon and Smashwords (other retailers coming soon).
In-laws can be a pain. Strong and reliable construction manager Ian believes his late wife’s sister tops the list. But when a fluke heart attack brings him down, he’s forced to turn to feisty Maggie, a woman who understands him better than he thinks.
That’ll Be the Day is now available at Smashwords and Amazon