Jules and Tyler

Catch, the thirteenth Love Story is out today. This one took forever, but life was complicated for all of us, so I’m cutting myself extra slack. While I was writing Blow, Tyler and Jules were fun […]

Catch – Chapter One

Jules Bartlett hosed blood off the bow of the Ginsberg. She was stress cleaning; everyone knew it and wisely let her be. As captain of both the Ginsberg and the Eleanor, she now had crew […]

Millie and Drake

Blow, the twelfth Love Story, is out today. Hands down the most difficult book to write so far. I’m not sure if it was the time in my personal life or the story, but this one […]

Blow – Chapter One

Millie Hart had never seen so many rosy-cheeked men. Her key was under one of them, and if she didn’t find the little bastard before her phone battery died, she’d be spending the night in […]

Catch

Jules Bartlett stopped believing in fairy tales a long time ago. As captain of the Branch Fishing boats, she manages a mighty crew of twelve men and a plethora of tourists in search of deep […]

Blow

Millie Hart has made a career writing happy endings. While her real life is often less than enchanting, at least she has her stories, featuring strong, vibrant women ready for any challenge and men who […]

Cade and Sistine

Tap, the eleventh Love Story, is out today. Two of my favorite characters fall in love in the last of the McNaughton brother stories. Sistine works hard for her piece of Petaluma, as does Cade. Their […]

Tap – Chapter One

Cade McNaughton was in the zone. A few hours into a dance he had envied since he’d first stepped behind a bar a few weeks after his eighteenth birthday. Back then, watching people with far […]

Premiere – Chapter One

Kate Galloway didn’t remember buying apple Toaster Strudel. She could have sworn all the boxes were cherry, but biting into the fresh out-of-the-toaster goodness, she definitely tasted apple. It didn’t matter though, because she was […]

Candidate – Chapter One

Kate Galloway didn’t remember buying apple Toaster Strudel. She could have sworn all the boxes were cherry, but biting into the fresh out-of-the-toaster goodness, she definitely tasted apple. It didn’t matter though, because she was […]