So far, I’ve written three full-length books and three novellas.
Book One: All the Right Places featuring Quinn O'Brien & Amelia Winger (publication date: June 2015)
Book Two: Coming Apart at the Seams featuring Teagan O'Brien & Nick Priest (publication date: December 2015)
Book Three: Hanging by a Thread featuring Cal O'Brien & Bebe Banerjee (publication date: June 2016)
Novella One: The Perfect Fit featuring Zeke May and Margo Lange (publication date: April 2016)
Novella Two: A Kick in the Pants featuring Jake Lilliard and Kyla Andrews (publication date: November 2016)
Novella Three: Will Never Fade featuring Garrett Gale and Phoebe Werner (publication date: December 2016)
My newest release is Royal Mess. You can find out more about it here.
I'm focused on the Trinity Distillery series. The next book is Tipsy-Turvy. It is Kyle Hood and Mercy Guthrie's story. At first it was going to be a novella, but it's grown into a full-length book. Look for it in late summer.
In the romance genre, "heat" refers to both the amount of sex in the book and how explicit it is. Like beauty, heat is in the eye of the beholder, or in the eye of the reader, as the case may be.
My books are not "closed door" or "clean" romance. They're not erotica, but they are erotic and explicit.
They have naughty words in them. They should not be read by anyone under the age of 18.
On the first day of every month, I post a new giveaway. The giveaway is always something that I think is fun or interesting or yummy or relates to my books in some way. And it's a true giveaway - all you have to do is submit your contact info into a drawing, and the winner is chosen randomly. There's no catch. Giveaways are just something I like to do for my readers.
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I try to write every day, and sometimes I am more successful than others. I try to write a chapter a day, which is about 2,000 to 2,500 words.
Every writer has his or her own process, but I think it’s important to read books in the genre you want to write. I also think it’s important to have critique partners who can provide honest, helpful feedback.