I'm an independent author looking for a following. I've spent the past ten years writing in various genre's, including historical and contemporary fanfiction. However, most all of my full length novels are of the area of paranormal romance. You'll find my books to have strong, adult female characters, a touch of humor and minimal sexual content. If you like my books, please spread the word!
A terrible tragedy has occurred within the walls of the Militia’s head office in Bethesda, Maryland. The mass execution of Sanguines. Cassandra Loudermilk, one of the Militia’s lead investigators, is now on a mission to discover the traitors in her organization and expose them before she becomes their next target. Will she risk it all to find the only Sanguine who knows the truth?
The long awaited sequel to Legacy is here! It was supposed to be so simple for Devani Daniels. Stay away from Sanguines and the Militia would leave her alone. Now, not only is she being harassed by her Sanguine-hating co-workers, but she’s alone without her one true love, Roman, the Sanguine she pushed away to keep him safe.
Things aren't always what they seem.
Devani Daniels learned that lesson the second a mysterious envelope was placed in her hands at a local blood drive. Little did she know that this seemingly innocent gesture would not only lead her into a whole new world, but to a reunion with Roman, a special friend from her past.
Blinding snow, skidding tires and a busted fender. Lexa Gordon knew she should have paid closer attention to the deteriorating weather. Stranded without a working phone, she wanders aimlessly through the deep woods, rapidly losing hope of ever being found.
Until she wakes up in the home of a stranger.
Newly revised-March 2013! After being told by her unconventional preacher father that she has to marry a man she’s never met, Madeline Stevens checks herself into a hotel room, determined to end her suffering. Little did she know, a glance at an ad in the hotel’s phone book would lead her to a mysterious man named Reece and the beginning of six hours she would never forget.