Standalone Books

My heart matters. I don’t want a broken heart. The whole of me is already broken.

After losing pieces of my memory in a brutal assault, I know better than to get involved with the new guy in the building. Brooks Hunter is dangerously sexy with his piercing gaze and ripped body beneath his well-fitted suit.

He can have any woman, yet he wants me. I don’t deny our instant spark, but I can’t understand his attraction. I’m plain and skinny, wear ugly owl glasses and my monotone black hair is piled high on top of my head.

“Invite me in. Otherwise, I can’t stay.”

He says we know one another. I swear I’ve never met him. A woman can’t forget his type of sexy—mouthwatering and panty-melting hot. But his eyes are familiar, and I can’t shake the suspicion he had something to do with my assault.

When he reveals the unbelievable truth behind the story of how we’re connected, he rocks the very foundation of my safe world. Will I demand he takes a much-deserved hike? Or will I ask him… to stay?

Sea nymph Red Little has a bone to pick with the big, bad wolf for stealing her mechanical heart. She storms to his cabin and demand he returns it.

But Axel Wolfe wants more than Red’s heart. He wants answers to why he remembers every detail of the nightmarish day half of his men died at sea while his surviving men recall nothing. Axel suspects the truth has to do with Red’s miraculous survival. She should’ve died the instant a claw-tipped arrow punctured her flesh and blood heart.

When Axel shows her a different side of him she likes too much, Red questions whether her second chance at life came at too high of a price for the wolf—banishment from his pack. As the passion between them heats, Red must decide. Return to the ocean and forget she ever met the wolf who stole her heart. Or remain on land and get the answer to the question that’s crossed her mind since Axel saved her at sea.

Can an ill-tempered and sexy wolf fall hard for a fish out of water?

Two houses at war…
When an ancient scroll is discovered and the interpretations made public, vampire slayer Phoenix Lancaster refuses to accept she’s the Alpha, her kind’s hope for survival. Or that her family’s hated enemy, Zane O’Day, is the Omega, a vampire destined to love her and with her death, rule over all vampires. Phoenix will never give herself to the man whose father murdered her mother. And Zane is a coward hiding behind a mask.

In secret we meet…
Sam. He’s the captain of the guards sent to “fetch” her by Zane’s orders. As she and Sam struggle to survive in the deadly Forest of Sorrow, Phoenix soon realizes she’s in danger of falling for the sexy and charming vampire protecting her every step of the way.

If we should meet again, how should I greet you, as friend or foe?
Sam—the name Zane gave the Slayer as she was being chased by pissed-off werewolves the first time they met. Contrary to the scroll’s prophecy, Zane isn’t after Phoenix’s heart or her life. The Slayer deserves an honorable and faithful man. Not to mention a truthful man. That man isn’t Zane. His father was a cheating bastard, and Zane believes he’s cut from the same cloth. Yet Phoenix’s courage, compassion and her knack for saving lives compel Zane to rethink his intentions.

FBI field agent and hacker Audrey Benson vows never to be like her father. But when the Feds charge her brother for a crime she believes he was coerced into committing, Audrey goes back on her word.

Guilt-ridden over the line she’s crossed, Audrey arrives in the small town of Cedar Falls ready to find the answers that will clear her brother of the charges and get her back her job.

She gets more than she bargains for when she runs into the town’s homegrown star quarterback in a less-than-friendly first meeting.

She’s not into complicated and disgruntled. He steers clear of perplexing and secretive. But they can’t deny their instant attraction.

Audrey’s search for answers bring them closer but will secrets from her past drive them apart?


Interracial Romance

I’m a voracious reader of romance, from historical (my first love) to paranormal (second love) to contemporary and new adult (tied for third, lol). What I also love is a good interracial romance, which can be hard to find. I have readers reaching out to me, asking what other titles of mine are interracial romances. Here they are. I hope you enjoy reading them because I love writing stories of second chance love, enemies to lovers, friends to lovers and of course, a good soul mate love story.

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