Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Today's the day!

My newest book, CASTLE OF THE WOLF, is on sale in print and digital editions today!

Facing marriage to a man she loathes, virtuous Thomasina is forced to choose family duty over her own happiness—until a high-stakes tournament ends in her abduction! Trapped with her fearless captor, the legendary Wolf of Wales, she soon finds herself irresistibly drawn to the man beneath the armor. 

Though Rheged captured Tamsin in the name of revenge, he can't ignore his instinct to protect her. Although to love her could bring the wrath of his enemies down upon them….

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Thursday, June 12, 2014


CASTLE OF THE WOLF is on sale for a special price of 1.50 in the UK on the Mills and Boon website.  I'm not sure how long that'll last, so if you live in the UK, hurry on over now.


If you're in North America, it's already for sale for a discounted  price on the Harlequin website.

Otherwise, it will be in bookstores June 17 -- that's next week!  It's available for pre-order on Amazon, and will be available for the Kindle on July 1.  

Whoo hooo!   

Believe me, no matter how many books I write, it's time to celebrate when a new one becomes available for readers.

Monday, June 02, 2014

Now available at Harlequin.com!

CASTLE OF THE WOLF is now available for ordering from Harlequin.com!

Here's a little excerpt, the opening of Chapter One.

The flickering light of the torches and beeswax candles in the great hall of Castle DeLac threw huge, moving shadows on the tapestries depicting hunts and battles hanging on the walls. A fire blazed in the long central hearth, warming the chill of the September evening. On either side of the hearth, knights and their ladies sat at the tables closest to the dais where Lord DeLac, his daughter and the most important guests dined on a sumptuous repast. Hounds wandered among the tables, snatching at the bits of food that fell into the rushes covering the flagstone floor, while a weak-chinned minstrel, dressed in blue, warbled a ballad about a knight on a quest to save his lost love.

Sir Rheged of Cwm Bron didn’t care about the feast, or the ballad, or the other guests. Let the nobles spend the rest of the evening amusing themselves with banter and drink, dancing and music. He would rather be well rested for the tournament on the morrow.