Miss Mary Mack, Mack, Mack. All dressed in black, black, black.
He likes to watch.
The place that sleeps, that’s what the natives call it. A sweet little coastal coast town on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Piper decides it’s time for a seaside visit, she’s a frustrated investigative journo who’s on a quick getaway with her girlfriends. She picks a holiday house that’s owned by a wealthy barrister. The overpriced oceanfront rental mysteriously goes on the market every two years, except it never sells.
The walls are dripping wet with secrets that threaten to overflow from its cracks.
Then there’s Jack McMaster, the hot boy broody surfer and son of the owner. He’s drawn to Piper for more reasons than one. Locals start whispering in her ear about the house amongst the dunes, as a monster lurks and her investigative nose starts sniffing.
She might break the story of the year, but when her friends go missing and she unravels one deadly secret after another the monster wants to take her to a watery grave.
What will she discover about the broody McMaster from the sleepy side town?
From heartbreak and terror to true love, Texan-turned-New Yorker Sarita Salt’s life has become a living fairy tale. Vicente’s privileged life in the Bordeaux wine country is a welcomed refuge from her fear of being stalked by a killer. At least until people around her start dying and it becomes clear she is still a target. But she’s had enough. Whoever it is clearly has no idea who he’s dealing with. It’s time to kick off the Louboutins and show him.
The fact that the love of her life may actually be a spy is just another wrinkle to iron out along the way, when there’s time.
This fast-paced romantic comedy is filled with mystery, intrigue, suspense, and wise-cracking women with guns. Texas women. Women who know how to use them.
(Novelette-length short, stand-alone book, part of the Salt Tales series. 90-minute read.)
After serving overseas in the military, Captain Tom Reilly arrives back home in California, excited to be reunited with his fiancee, Susan Jamison. They have not seen each other for two years and Tom wonders if the spark between them still remains. He wants to get back to the way things were but worries that he is not the same man he used to be.
Susan is overjoyed to see the man she’s going to marry. That joy, however, is overshadowed by a guilty conscience. Susan has been keeping a secret from her fiance, one that will have a big impact on their relationship and future. The fear of losing him due to her trepidation has kept her from being completely honest with him for quite some time. When she finally reveals the truth to Tom, will it bring them closer together or ultimately drive them apart?
Welcome Home, Soldier is a 33,164 word contemporary romance novella.
Audrey, a twenty-four-year-old dance teacher, moved to her dream town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, from her home in Florida to teach at Ms. Linda’s Dance Studio.
Christmas is fast approaching and, because Audrey spent all of her money moving out to Wyoming, she cannot afford to fly back to spend the holiday with her family. It seems that Audrey will be spending Christmas all alone in her small home, until something amazing happens. Audrey finds a small gift, just a simple red rose placed carefully outside of her door. A million thoughts race through her mind. Was this just a strange coincidence? Did someone leave the rose outside her door on purpose? Did someone actually have a crush on her? If so, then who could it possibly be?
The next day, when Audrey receives another gift and a letter stating that the gift was from a secret admirer, she realizes that the rose was no accident. When her best friend and local beauty salon owner, Lindsay, pays a visit to Audrey, the two determine that Audrey has a secret admirer and that they should make a list of every person who could possibly be behind the gifts and letter.
Together, they attempt to solve the mystery of her secret admirer through various schemes, looking for clues in even the smallest of details. Could it be the handsome, older, wealthy entrepreneur, Edward Sinclair, her sweet yet shy friend and neighbor, Danny Wess, the flower shop owner’s quiet and brooding son, Jackson Choi, the passionate Puerto Rican dance teacher, Carlos, local coffee shop owner and genius, Brandon, or somebody else entirely?
The world is filled with possibilities, and, in her small town, Audrey isn’t lacking in secret admirers. Will Audrey and Lindsay be able to solve the mystery before Christmas, or will Audrey be truly alone this year? Find the true gifts of Christmas in this cozy and heart-warming mystery filled with love, friendship, and of course, presents!
Anne Mason thinks she’ll be safe living in the Midwest living on a wind farm left to her by her ex's mother. She may be dead wrong. Someone is dumping bodies in her corn field and telling Anne they are gifts—for her!
As the body count rises, Anne realizes a cold-blooded serial killer is patiently waiting and watching her every move. And he won’t stop until he ends her life. It is clear there are no limits to this killer’s thirst for revenge or how far he will go to get it.
Anne is not at all pleased to learn that her new next-door neighbor is county prosecutor Michael Brandt — the same man who represented her ex in the court proceedings. He is the last person Anne can trust, but may offer her only chance at survival from a psychopathic killer. But will she survive the passion that rages between them?