Happy Friday! I hope everyone enjoyed their Turkey Day. This year I didn’t host Thanksgiving. Yay! It was so awesome just showing up at someone else’s house with my cheesecake (which was delicious). No cleaning the house. No cooking for days. No clean up for hours afterwards. AWESOME! I spent the remainder of the weekend […]
Month: November 2018
Things are heating up as the terre indigene decide they have had enough of the Human First and Last movement. It is time for the clever meat to be reminded of their place in the food chain.
Such great world building in this series. I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys urban fantasy and paranormal novels.
Love comes to the rescue. Vet school drop-out Tess Grasso dreams of having her own pet therapy business, but she meets one disastrous obstacle after another. There’s no denying she has a way with animals, so in the meantime she puts her skills to use at a local no-kill shelter. Between helping her furry companions […]
Although there is a novella which came out last year, I am sad to stay this is the last book of the series. I definitely want more Ivy.
Diamond Fire is for fans of the Hidden Legacy series and help us turns the focus from Nevada and Connor to younger sister, Catalina. If you haven’t read the Hidden Legacy series yet, it would give you an introduction to the series without giving away any spoilers for the first three books, except that Rogan and Nevada get together…in a romance? Unheard of right?
Happy Thanksgiving to all! Eat too much. Drink too much. Enjoy your time with your family, and hopefully some quiet time for yourself this weekend. For all you brave enough to face Black Friday shopping, good luck!
LOOKING FOR A HOLIDAY GIFT FOR YOUR FAVORITE BOOKLOVER? Mistletoe in Texas Gift this to: Anyone who loves all things Texas or rodeo, and fans of second chance romance Suggested gift pairing: A cute Texas cookie cutter, or a bag of Texas Pecan coffee for a warm and authentic treat. (Because a horse won’t fit […]
The world’s laziest witch reminds me of myself, if I had magic powers. I love Ivy.
A great big TGIF! We were hit with a tiny snowstorm yesterday which caused an obscene amount of chaos. Most of the major roadways were closed — CLOSED — due to the amount of accidents blocking the way. My five mile trip home took almost 4 hours and I have heard several 6 or 7 […]