Hustled to the Altar was my Golden Heart finalist in 2002. It’s a silly con-artist caper where all the action happens in one day. It has loads of plot twists and my usual couple-who-belong-together-but-refuse-to-see-it. At one point, it caught the attention of an agent and was out on submission for over a year. All of that encouragement kept me plodding along for another decade until I got The Call.
The Healer was an odd-duck of a book that didn’t and still doesn’t fit with anything else I write. However, shortly after I got The Call from Harlequin, I got another call from a publisher called Champagne. They published The Healer in early 2013 and I quickly learned that one book does not a fanbase make. I was still working my day job and writing as fast as I could for Harlequin so I never wrote another Medieval Fantasy Romance, even though I think there’s a nice story to be told with Athadia’s son and his arranged-marriage wife.
If you’re looking for something that’s a tiny bit different–but also still very much the same–as what I usually write, and you’re a KU subscriber, check these out.