I am thrilled to share with you the cover and blurb for my next novel, DREAM CROSSED! Isn’t lovely?
Special thanks to Red Leaf Book Designs for this amazing cover! And now for a little about the book:
Brad Reynolds and Gemma Marchwood come from two different worlds. Brad has made a fortune as a young entrepreneur in present-day New York City, socializing with the rich and powerful and crawling into bed feeling empty every night. For Gemma it’s 1906, and she spends her days tending to her beloved family estate, Sheffington Park, confined by the strictures of society in Edwardian England and facing the prospect of a loveless marriage. One magical amulet bridges time and space, allowing them to meet in their dreams. What starts as a little bit of heaven soon becomes a whole lot of heartache as they fight to hold on to each other despite impossible odds.
DREAM CROSSED will be out October 2021!
It’s here! THE ELEMENTAL DESTINIES Complete Set is out now! Along with these four terrific books:
You also get a not-yet-available copy of the bonus novella FORCE OF NATURE! (FON is Keb’s story, for those of you following the series).
I am beyond thrilled to offer this exclusively on Kindle/Kindle Direct.
And before she had time to think about it, he strode off to the wheel deck. Rina stood with her fingers on lips, still feeling the burn of his mouth on hers.
Then the calm slipped in, soothing him like the faint brush of wings or the puff of a gentle breeze after a violent storm.
He said it without hesitation, and strangely, she liked him more for it. At least he wasn’t trying to sugar-coat it. He wasn’t lying to her.
His hand slid up her arm, leaving a trail of gooseflesh in its wake, his fingers traveling slow up her shoulder and neck until they softly stroked her jawline. “I know you’re apprehensive, and I understand that.”
His voice was hypnotizing, seducing her while his thumb moved up to stroke her lower lip. “But we both know how incredible we’re going to be together,” he murmured. “You can feel it, just like I do. We don’t know how this will all end up, but we know we have right now, and we have this.” Continue reading
He was dangerous. Dangerous to her senses, dangerous
to her peace of mind…just all-over dangerous.
Sidhe fluttered at the mention, then forced herself to calm. “The end of days is but a legend. A myth told to children in order to guide their behavior. It isn’t real.”
“I can feel the pull of it and echoes of the people and animals whose bodies nourished the soil,” she answered. “It’s hard to explain. I know it sounds creepy but it’s not. It’s…peaceful. Powerful.”
He found himself dreaming about her some nights, waking and reaching for her only to remember that she was gone. He’d burned through most of the initial anger he’d felt. Now he just wanted to know she was safe.