I have written two romantic suspense novels: Cape Cursed and the award-winning, Most Highly Favored Daughter.
When an immovable object meets an unstoppable force . . . Bliss Sherman may die.
Bliss arrives on the Outer Banks determined to make a name for herself and her new engineering firm by accomplishing an incredible feat—moving the beloved Cape Destiny Lighthouse inland before it's swallowed by the Atlantic Ocean.
But when she comes up against an unstoppable force—those opposed to the move, including the handsome descendant of the lighthouse keepers, Parker—everything is on the line. Including her life.
Cape Cursed storms in packing a surge of spine-tingling suspense that knocks you off your feet and a blistering romance that sweeps you up and carries you away.
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The Author Zone Award for Romantic Suspense 2018
Finalist 2018 Indie Book Awards for Inspirational Fiction.
The truth shall set you free . . . Or kill you.
Cara Cavanaugh is living the dream. And then it becomes a nightmare.
Adored and loved by the public, she has it all—beauty, fame, wealth, and respect. Then she is framed with an unspeakable crime, and her charmed life unravels.
As she battles to clear her name and reclaim her life, she and brooding, handsome private detective Jake Gold expose a ruthless crime network and a devastating secret from her past so explosive it endangers her life and the lives of everyone she loves.
Can Cara clear her name and rebuild her life? Is the truth worth her life?
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I have written a trio of romantic comedy novels called the Holy Hilarity series. The first book in the series is St. Anne's Day, and it begins on the Feast of St. Anne, July 26.
Our Lady of the Roses is the second book, and my latest novel, The Morning Star, is the third in the collection.
Although featuring many of the same characters, the books do not have to be read in order.
I have also written a Christmas romance called A Shepherd's Song.
Janetta Orlando’s life has been bouncing along the gutter like a Brunswick bowling ball after a series of disastrous relationships.
When her girl’s getaway with her best friend is abruptly cancelled, she is left with nothing to look forward to. No vacation. No wine. No men.
Bob White is headed to Rome with his girlfriend, who is fluent in Italian, to sell his invention to an Italian businessman. When she dumps him, he is left without a translator.
After Bob learns that Janetta, his hairdresser, has two weeks off and speaks Italian, he presents her with a deal: He will pay her to accompany him to Rome to serve as his translator. A lover of the Eternal City, Janetta agrees to the deal, but soon learns that the devil is in the details as their trip turns into a Roman Hell-iday when she and Bob clash over nearly everything.
Laughter, tears, and love flow like the Trevi Fountain as Janetta, with the help an unlikely aide, finds her true herself and her true love in Rome.
When a saint is your matchmaker, it’d be a sin not to fall in love.
Elderly Peg McMaster has been praying for a wife for her handsome, womanizing son, Gerry.
When Anne Lyons arrives to take care of Peg on St. Anne’s Day, the octogenarian believes that Anne is the answer to her prayers.
Against her better judgment, Anne finds herself falling in love with Gerry.
Can she get beyond her past? Can she trust him with her heart?
Can a man like Gerry, who goes through lovers faster than a premenstrual woman goes through chocolates, ever commit?
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Sometimes heroes aren’t born or made . . . they’re resuscitated.
Tom Shepherd, an alienated young man, agrees to sell the Christmas season’s hottest toy for three times its price to a desperate buyer.
A screwup lands him in the middle of a bone marrow drive for a sick little boy named Christo. As the scene spirals out of his control, the media there turns Tom into a hero, dubbing him “The Good Shepherd,” and making Tom an overnight celebrity.
Gloria, Christo’s cousin, seeks out Tom to thank him for being kind so kind to the child, and Tom, bewitched by her beauty, embellishes his character and lies to further impress her.
He asks Gloria out, beginning a relationship that will lead him to examine everything he believes or doesn’t believe.
On Christmas Eve, Tom finds himself facing choices that will affect not only himself but also Gloria and Christo.
Will he choose sacrifice and honor over deceit and death? Will Tom choose love?
Read the heartwarming Christmas story, A Shepherd’s Song, now!
For many years I taught memoir writing at the community college level and independently.
After many requests from students, I developed a do-it-yourself guide for individuals to write their own memoirs or personal history.
By answering a series of easy-to-follow questions, you will be walked through the process of writing your life story. In no time, you will have a life story that will be treasured by all.