Friday, July 3, 2015

Holiday, unplugged

Today we leave for three days in the mountains. I can't wait! No fireworks, no parades, no Internet. Just a quiet 4th of July celebration with family.

If you celebrate, I hope you have a happy and safe holiday! If not, have a great weekend. :)


This is a shot of a grandboy running in the dark with a sparkler.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The anthology is live!

Woo hoo! The anthology ebook that brings together Cursed, Charmed and Claimed in one volume is now live! 

A Dangerous Affair in Venice is now up on Amazon

And on All Romance Ebooks

Still waiting for the Barnes and Noble link.

Here's the blurb for the trilogy:


He's lost everything... except her
From beasty man, bitter and lonely, Bruno diCesare's transformed by Melina’s love. Fire destroyed his  quarters, and everything he loved. But his love for Melina is stronger. So strong, it threatens to blind him to danger.

She's given up everything for him...
Melina Weaver also transforms—from shy, bumbling scientist... to student of magic... to powerful fire mage.  She has no money, no job, nowhere to go--and she doesn't want to. Bruno is her life now, but his world threatens to destroy them.
Their only hope? To join with the rogue magicks and overthrow the Council's dictatorship.

If they survive the battle, will they be able to create a new world for themselves?

More friends to thank...


And a very special thanks to Beckey White, who posted reviews for Cursed, Charmed and Claimed today! I'm always grateful for reviews, and Beckey had some lovely things to say, wrapping up with this: 

"Wow… Wow. Beautiful spellbinding ending that was creative and enjoyable for this series. If you enjoy historical paranormal sci-fi reads that is well written then this is one that I do have to say pick it up. You won't be disappointed"

 I get chills when a review says "Wow" :) So thanks for that too, Beckey!

One reminder...

I feel like I can't say this enough - this is not a new book, but a compilation of the three related novellas in The Vitruvian Man series (Cursed, Charmed and Claimed) put together in A Dangerous Affair in Venice.

I'd feel guilty if a reader picked it up thinking it was a brand new story. But for 99 cents, you can't go wrong ;)




Wednesday, July 1, 2015

One visit today

Thanks to Sara Daniels for featuring A Dangerous Affair in Venice today! You're a great friend. :)

I've been checking Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other sites for the listing, but nothing's popped up yet. I can't wait!