“A Cry in the Night: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman

“To the entire world Rick has it all, rock stardom, fame, fortune… but inside he is burning out. On the edge of depression and a breakdown he takes to an isolated shoreside hideaway and crawls into a bottle. But he is not alone. Gemma is in the apartment below, a lonesome, solitary figure, who is always in tears. Inevitably their paths cross, each time getting … Continue reading “A Cry in the Night: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman

Celebrate with Me! Book Deals!

My latest book, “Stolen Gypsy” is available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle for $.99 through April 15th. After that, the price will increase to $2.99. “Her parents are dead. The government has failed her. Now she doesn’t even know who she is. Terza Blackstone is rescued by handsome Irishman Tristan Devlin and that begins the search for her true identity. When everything you thought was … Continue reading Celebrate with Me! Book Deals!

Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West

  I have to confess I was a tad skeptical about reading an “alien sci-fi romance.” But, since one of the authors happens to be a favorite of mine, I decided to take a chance. I am delighted I did. Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West is dynamite. It’s a sexy, thrilling, creative book. Alien Prince Lock got me … Continue reading Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West

Three Weeks in September by Ted Tayler

As an avid follower of Phoenix and the Olympus Project, I couldn’t wait to dive into the latest action in Three Weeks in September. Author Ted Tayler has gone above and beyond in this book with the members of the Project meeting new and challenging obstacles. From the very beginning, the book takes off running. Athena and Phoenix face an unexpected tragedy. Drawn into terrorist … Continue reading Three Weeks in September by Ted Tayler

“Sunspots” by Karen S. Bell

Book Blurb   “A love story of loss and redemption and the ghosts that haunt our lives and our houses. Aurora Goldberg Stein is lost in grief. Her beloved husband, Jake Stein, has just died in a tragic car accident and her sorrow is overwhelming. But is this really the end? Perhaps, perhaps not. She hears his voice. She sees his ghostly presence. She travels … Continue reading “Sunspots” by Karen S. Bell

“A Love Haunting” (An OBX Haunting) by Suzi Albracht

         “Every woman needs a man who will love them to the end of time. A man who puts her needs before his. A man who takes her breath away with a single glance. A man who will do whatever it takes to have a last goodbye kiss. What happens when a trio of ghosts from the 1800s and a skateboarding angel … Continue reading “A Love Haunting” (An OBX Haunting) by Suzi Albracht

Lie To Me: an exposé on sex for money by Lynda Filler

Author Lynda Filler has created more than a fictional expose of sex for money. Lie to Me explores the world of young men in Puerto Vallarta who have found women and men willing to pay for the pleasure of their company. Caught up in this is Layla Duncan, a writer for a women’s magazine. Fascinated by the men who trade sex for money, she decides … Continue reading Lie To Me: an exposé on sex for money by Lynda Filler

Book Deals for December

As a “Happy Holiday” gift to my followers, “Carved Wooden Heart, my very sexy contemporary romance will be FREE on Amazon Kindle, December 4th and December 5th. “A sexy encounter with a talented native artist, a broken heart, and a knight in shining armor are just the beginning in this passionate romance. Dani Stone never expected to fall in love with carver Jesse Wolf Carver. … Continue reading Book Deals for December

Love Is In the Air: “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale”

Originally posted on Between the Beats:
When I started writing this book it was primarily to present a different angle on the assassination of President John Kennedy on November 22, 1963 on the streets of Dallas, Texas.  For years I had believed the shooting was a conspiracy and believed it was likely accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was innocent. I’m not an historian and while… Continue reading Love Is In the Air: “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale”

Naming characters in medieval historical novels: The Troubadours Quartet: Jean Gill

I recently reviewed the fourth and final book in The Troubadours Quartet, a historical romantic adventure series by award-winning author Jean Gill. “Song Hereafter” is a beautiful conclusion to a remarkable tale set in the twelfth century. I was fascinated by the names of many of her characters who come from different countries and cultures. She has graciously agreed to be my guest today, satisfying … Continue reading Naming characters in medieval historical novels: The Troubadours Quartet: Jean Gill