Aubree Lane


Aubree Lane lives in the beautiful foothills of Northern California with her husband, two wonderful sons, and her super special peek-a-poo. She began writing while performing her duties as a stay at home Super Mom/Sexy Wife/Multi-tasking Domestic Goddess, and has enjoyed every moment of it.

Her motto: Write Until Your Butt Hurts, And Your Eyes Are Crossed.

When not managing the pooper-scooper, you can find Aubree, also a certified water fitness instructor, leading her Menopausal Mermaids/Crustacean Cronies/Friends for Life, on their quest to become fit and fabulous.

Traveling to her tropical island get away, helps to infuse her creative juices periodically throughout the year.

Aubree and her husband enjoy the harvest of their seasonal garden and relaxing in the paradise they have created, called home, while reading their new favorite downloaded ebooks.

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Sierra Mist
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 22,430. Language: English. Published: May 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(4.44 from 9 reviews)
Determined and forceful, Jessie Marcus, finds herself embedded within a world full of secrecy and deception. Two men want and need her, one sinister and deceitful, the other mysterious and watchful. Clues quickly unravel to reveal an unimaginable and unnatural phenomenon up on Catamount Ridge. The burden falls to her to stop the supernatural forces that threaten her home and family.

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Smashwords book reviews by Aubree Lane

  • The Job Offer on April 05, 2013

    I enjoyed this book. The description of 'a colored woman' threw me. I did not think it was appropriate. Still, I would recommend it. It was a good read.
  • Natalie Tereshchenko - Lady In Waiting on Aug. 11, 2013

    I love historical fiction and Lady in Waiting had me engrossed up until the very last word - and the last word is what you'll want to read. Shocking ending! I love it when a book surprises me. Elizabeth Audrey Mills has done it again.
  • A Song For Joey on Aug. 19, 2013

    Elizabeth Audrey Mills has done it again. "A Song for Joey," is a wonderful story. If you have ever felt, heard or dreamed of a deceased loved one (which I have), you will appreciate Belinda Bellini as she navigates her challenging childhood with the help of some very special people.
  • Out of The Box Awakening on Oct. 20, 2013

    Out of the Box Awakening, is a touching romance between a couple who are just south of middle aged, whose children are young adults out finding their own way in life. Jennifer has absolutely nailed the young people in her novel. I venture to guess that she has raised a few of them of her own. The interaction between the protagonists and their offspring had me at times, bursting with pride and happiness, then plummeting into despair. Finding love and happiness is not easy for anyone, and in some ways is far harder for an older couple. Jennifer has depicted these hardships eloquently, but with age and maturity comes wisdom, and Olivia and Ash, as with any good romance, find their happy ending. A wonderful story. You won't regret the time you spend reading it.
  • Pandora's Box on Oct. 20, 2013

    It quickly became evident that I dropped into the middle of a series. From this prospective, I felt Pandora's Box could have used a bit more background information. Mid-way through I was able to make most of the connections with the characters, who were engaging and real. I am usually pretty good at figuring out who the culprit is, but Ruby Binns-Cagney had me going for awhile (which I love!). 4 stars!
  • Highland Light on Nov. 21, 2013

    Highland Light is an adventure you don't want to miss. I had to laugh at myself, I thought there were a few typos... then I found the glossary in the back and discovered that those 1s in front of a few words were meant to be there. I gradh this book.
  • Cowboy Ending - Overdrive: Book One on Dec. 08, 2013

    No ordinary Joe! This cowboy in his black hat is a mix unto himself, and he loves his mom. That powerful combination and contradiction is the essence of this story. It took me way too long to finish, my life kept pulling me away, but Joe kept pulling me back... I had to know how it Cowboy Ended, and it did not disappoint. You'll love it.
  • Oceans of Trouble on Feb. 15, 2014

    Travis Casey has written a winner!!! Poor choices and human foibles abound in the seafaring adventure. 'Clint' just can't catch a break. Just when you think he is about to sink into the abyss a blond comes along who could save him from being swept away by a tide of lies and injustice... not that he deserves saving, Clint is his own worse enemy. It's a good thing he's a sympathetic and charming character or you would just roll your eyes at all the decisions he makes, instead you smile and shake your head while waiting to see what other trouble he can stir up for himself. Oceans of Trouble was fun to read and Forbidden Trouble and Trouble Triangle are now on my TBR list.