I grew up in a very small town in Central New York, and i mean so small if you blinked you missed it. I learned to love everything small town and I miss it everyday I'm away. I recieved my Bachelors Degree in Paralegal Studies in 2009, but have been resigned to working retail. There I met my best friend who re-ignited my passion for all things paranormal. Putting pieces together from stories I had written in childhood, I came up with my first short book, Siofra's Song. From there I've gone wild with Siofra's world and expanded into contemporary romance. My Wakefield Romance series centers around a small town in Virginia and women who fall in love with Navy SEALs and the struggles they go through to be together. In the near future I will also be expanding into historical romance with my Viking Dreams Series. I hope you like them and follow me on Twitter and join my Facebook page!
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a very small town in Central New York. Being part of a tight community where everyone knows everyone has made me who I am. It comes through in my writing, because most the time my stories are in small towns, it's what I know. You get to read about the 'he-said-she-said' 'everyone knows your business' side of small town life, along with a healthy dose of country living.
When did you first start writing?
I would say probably sixth grade when we first had the opportunity for a creative writing class.
Can walls be broken down in the hopes of finding new love? Can two people be everything to each other and fill a space in one another's heart that neither knew was missing? Book 5 in the loved Wakefield Series brings together two lonely, but independent hearts. But are they meant to be?
One chance meeting.
One snow storm.
Two lonely hearts.
On Christmas Eve a terrible snow storm strands two people in one's home. Will the falling snow, crackling fire and lingering attraction be too much for them to ignore?
Or is it just the wine talking?
She is the shy, quiet, nerdy girl. He is the hero.
From childhood, she’s only had eyes for him. His only goal in life was to become a firefighter. One of the elite. A hotshot. He is one of the top smokejumpers from Krassel Yard.
When the smoke clears, can he handle the flames of desire she draws out of him?
*Adult language and content* 18+
Can bridges be mended in the name of love, or are they better left in ashes? Four months after a life altering decision, she takes it day by day. Fighting her demons from the past, is she strong enough to love again?
Bobby isn't proud of the way he left Wakefield, and Ellie, behind, but he's trying to make himself a better man. When he gets back to Wakefield can they mend their broken hearts?
Rowena's life has never been easy. Being part Were and part Fae fire-starter she has learned to live a solitary life, depending only on her own instincts until one mistake throws her into danger. Now being chased by a psychopathic Warlock who is bound and determined to "own" her, Rowena must rely on her newly found mates and family. But is she ready to trust? Or will her damaged heart mislead her?
When an unknown evil lingers in the distance, Viking daughter Freya is forced into a marriage to keep her safe. Asgar never worried about finding a wife, he only wants to take care of his people the way his father always has. When he sees Freya, he's pulled in, knowing he has to protect her no matter what. When the threat turns out closer than they think, can their passion save them?
In the third installment of The Wakefield Romance Series, we meet Ellie Mae, Rhea Griggs' cousin. She is 'damaged' and afraid to let herself out there after suffering an abusive marriage. Bobby Timmons is the 'playboy' of SEAL Team 10, going through women like it's going out of style. Can these two broken and passionate souls find love in one another or will their pasts ruin everything?
Being emotionally distraught, werewolf Siofra is hesitant to go back to Montana with Were-tiger (and new found mate) Abe. When a Master Vampire makes his intentions towards her well known, Siofra must rely on some fang-wielding friends for help. When her family comes under direct danger, can Siofra embrace her magic and stop a great evil from forming? Magical beings abound in Book 4.
Rhea Griggs and Chad Payne have finally found love with each other, but Chad has been deployed with his SEAL Team. Dealing with his absence and a new glorious obstacle, Rhea finds solace in her friends that come to her aid graciously. Being anxious about getting home, can Chad stay safe to get back to Rhea? Will believing that someone can turn over a new leaf cost Rhea everything?
Hard working, small town Virginia girl Rhea Griggs has spent twenty of her twenty five years of life pining after good ol' boy Chadwick Payne. Only problem is, he's a Navy SEAL, her older brother's best friend and gone more days than not. After more than one heart wrenching tragedy in her life, can two weeks be enough time to bring them together with enough love to last a lifetime?
One car accident changes werewolf couple, Conall and Siofra's lives. Faced with dealing with the tragedy, an evil magic seeks Siofra out trying to consume her wolf's magic. Thrown into the dark Pryor Mountains, Siofra is confronted with a decision that will save the world but take a piece of her. This is the third installment, packed with action, romance and steamy werewolf neck biting.
Eight months after her fairytale wedding, half-breed, telepathic werewolf Siofra has started having erotic dreams, not starring her husband Conall. When the dreams start to become too real, an ancient man appears, claiming to be trying to protect Siofra from her blonde dream man. With her body betraying her at every turn, can Siofra find the strength to save her Pack from the evil magical beings?
Half-breed, telepathic werewolf Siofra O'Hana has suffered one to many tragedies. She takes a cross country trek to find herself. Breaking down in a small Montana town, she thinks she might finally find happiness with a new Pack. A year later someone from her past returns to turn her world upside down, again.
Can Siofra survive to keep her loved ones safe?
Smashwords book reviews by Theresa Marguerite Hewitt
Holly's Jolly Christmas
on Nov. 30, 2012
Very nice "present" to open. Pretty sure every teen who had a friend with a hot dad had this run thru her mind lol.
Dreaming With Eyes Open
on Dec. 02, 2012
Good story. Like Lucky a lot. It had some good action and u could feel her pain and anguish at times. Reading the sequel right away.
Learning To Fly
on Dec. 04, 2012
A good sequel. The last maybe 20 pages I read so fast just to find out what happens, but it was worth it. Lucky n Jesse r meant for one another. She says she's not sure if she's gonna write another, personally I'd love another, but if not I'm happy with the way it ended. Great read!