The Sauveterre Siblings are two sets of identical twins, older boys, younger girls. They’re the product of a French Tycoon father and his Spanish Aristocrat wife. They’re rich, gorgeous, and have been media darlings all their lives–except the youngest, Trella. She’s a recluse.
I took it to the next level when Henri’s mistress, Cinnia, accidentally got pregnant with–you guess it–twins! That’s His Mistress With Two Secrets. If you like to read in order, start with Pursued by the Desert Prince.
Sometimes you just want a good cry.
His Christmas Miracle will give you all the feels, especially the Happily Ever After sigh when it all ties up with a big, red bow.
This holiday story follows Nicki using an Advent calendar to help Quincy bond with Atlas–the four year old son he has just learned he has. This one is sweeter in tone than a lot of my books, but it does have a love scene. It also has a book trailer to get you in the seasonal spirit and an Advent calendar you can download and make at home.
His Christmas Miracle is Book Five in my Love In Montana series, but it can be read as a stand-alone. If you like to read in order, start with Hometown Hero.
The romances I grew up on…
Harlequin Presents are fast-paced, dramatic and set in exotic locations. They focus on tycoon heroes and their innocent, but feisty heroines. These are very sexy books, but the love scenes are handled with euphemisms. You will only see mild cursing, but plenty of passion and intense conflict and, of course, a wonderfully satisfying HEA.
Start with The Secret Beneath The Veil, which features an iconically damaged hero who seems incapable of love, but who falls for the ultimate virgin after she takes her sister’s place as his bride. Read the opening here. You’ll be hooked!
Rolf Johansson is a retired gold-medal downhill champion who owns a sports equipment conglomerate and he’s rebuilding a ski resort in the Montana Rockies. He’s got it all and knows it. So arrogant. So sexy. So doesn’t give a sh*t. He knows what people call him (none of it is good) and he owns it. You’ll want to hate him.
But he’ll win you over. Because winning is what he does.
Have I got the book for you!
I’m so thrilled to introduce you to Virgil and Marigold, a hard-ass gold prospector and the mail-order bride who doesn’t really want to get married again. Yes. Again.
Neither does Virgil, to be honest, but he has three adorable children who need a mother and there just aren’t that many women to choose from in Denver in 1859.
Get in the wagon for a meandering trip back in time…
Note: Releases March 28, 2023