Showing posts from January, 2016

Blog Tour: Day 8

I'm over at MM Good Book Reviews today. Read another exclusive excerpt, a new review, and another chance to win a giveaway.

Blog Tour: Day 7


Blog Tour: Day 6

Today, I'm over at Love Bytes Reviews sharing another exclusive excerpt of Yesterday. If you haven't seen this yet, there's also an insightful release day review.  

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Blog Tour: Day 5

I'm over at On Top Down Under Book Reviews today sharing another exclusive excerpt of my historical novel Yesterday. Stop by and throw your name in the Rafflecopter widget for another chance at a giveaway.

Blog Tour: Day 4

I'm over at Charlie Cochet's blog today sharing another exclusive excerpt of Yesterday. Don't forget to throw your name in the Rafflecopter widget for a chance to win.

Release Day, Review, and Blog tour: Day 3

To celebrate today's release of Yesterday, I'm  at a few different locations. First stop is Diverse Reader (     where you can read another exclusive excerpt and a wonderful release day review.

Another stop on my blog tour:

I'm also over at Clare London's blog: ( sharing another excerpt with a chance to win a gift certificate.

Finally, at the DSP blog after 1:00 P.M.Eastern Standard. ( where I'll be discussing the series of events that inspired Yesterday.

Blog tour-Day 2

I'm over at The Novel Approach today sharing another exclusive excerpt of my novel Yesterday. Check it out!

Blog tour-day 1

Today I'm at Hearts On Fire Reviews. Read an exclusive excerpt and try for a freebie by throwing your name in the Rafflecopter widget.

Blog Tour: Yesterday

Hi all! Here's the schedule for the tour. Stop by any one of these awesome blogs to read an exclusive excerpt and throw your name in the hat for some freebies.

Tour Schedule
Jan. 20 - Hearts On Fire
Jan. 21 - The Novel Approach
Jan. 22 - Diverse Reader
Jan. 22 - Multitaskingmommas
Jan. 25 - Charlie Cochet
Jan. 26 - On Top Down Under Book Reviews
Jan. 27 - Love Bytes
Jan. 28 - Prism Book Alliance
Jan. 29 - MM Good Book Reviews
Feb. 1 - Rainbow Gold Reviews
Feb. 2 - Sinfully

Mayon Redux

My historical romance set in post-World War II Philippines has undergone major edits, as well as a beautiful new cover, created by Catt Ford. The second edition will release on February 23,2016 under the DSP Publications imprint. Here's a short excerpt for your entertainment. It's available for pre-order on the DSPP site as well as Amazon.


He grazed the smooth shoulder resting right below his chin with a soft kiss and jerked in surprise when Greg stirred and mumbled, “What are you doing?” “I’m… sorry,” John stammered, “I must have been dreaming.” There was no way to hide the erection pressing against Greg’s buttocks, so he embraced the lie. “It’s been a while since I’ve woken up with anyone in my arms, so you’re stuck with my morning wood,” John mumbled and quickly rolled away. He got up and headed toward the stream, praying Greg wouldn’t follow. The thundering of his heart and the beads of sweat dotting his forehead were precursors of imminent danger, a feeling he’d b…

Wednesday Sneak Peek!

Father handed me an iced drink the minute I walked into the bar. It was the same Rose Collins I’d had the night before, and I drained it in three gulps. Turning to the Pakistani bartender, I asked for a refill. When he returned with a fresh drink, I thanked him and requested he write the ingredients on a paper napkin in case I ever got a craving for the stuff back home. Pulling a stubby pencil from underneath the bar, he scribbled down the recipe and listened intently as I read it aloud to make sure I could read his writing. “Three tablespoons of vodka, lemon and lime juice.” I paused. “Do you mean lemon or lime?” “No, sahib. You must use both.” “Okay.” Continuing, I recited, “Two tablespoons of rose syrup, one teaspoon of Campari, a lemon wheel, and a sprinkling of coarse sugar. Is that it?” “Yes, sahib.” “Seems easy enough,” I commented. “Thank you.” “My pleasure, sahib.” “Come on,” Father interjected. “Our table is ready.” Since I had lamb for lunch and grilled chicken at the picnic, I ord…


There's a giveaway going on over at Stumbling Over Chaos. Click on the link and leave a comment for a chance to win an e-copy of Yesterday which releases on January 22.

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Yesterday Sneak Peeks

I slathered on the Coppertone to make sure I’d tan and not burn. Odds were in my favor, as I’d inherited my mother’s genes in that respect. We always looked like toasted coconut by the end of summer, and the contrast with our blond hair was quite stunning. I checked myself in the mirror once more and was satisfied that I’d pass muster. The baggy shorts hung down to the top of my knees and kept the package under wraps. No one would be throwing stones at this homo today. The only people outside were foreigners. Nobody in this part of the world would willingly lie in the sun half-naked, burning layers of skin and expecting not to end up with an extreme case of sunburn. After thirty minutes, I knew I’d have to take this intense heat seriously and temper my sessions by the pool if I didn’t want to look like a lobster or end up with heatstroke. I might have fared better than most, given my good genes, but the sun blazed fiercely in this desert climate, and I knew now why people ran around co…