a fistful of dreams

May 15, 2013

Sinful Sirens Blog Hop: Summer Reading, Happens So Fast!

  Summer is here and I have a sunburn to prove it! After the completely bizarre bipolar winter, I am completely looking forward to crashing poolside to read and catch up on some hot summer releases. Books that I can’t wait to get my hands on this summer include Melissa Schroeder’s The Santinis and Nalini Singh’s Heart of Obsidian.  Make Summer Reading Hotter Get Fevered and head to the Old West with Fevered Hearts! A Fistful of Dreams Fevered Hearts #4 All Romance eBooks | Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Smashwords When the spirit fever struck a town, a village or an outpost, it left […]
May 2, 2013

Cowboys & Lawmen Blog Hop: My Favorite Native Americans

Welcome to the Cowboys and Lawmen Blog Hop! Join nearly 50 authors as we share why we love Cowboys and Lawmen. Cowboys are known as bad-boys, but what happens when the bad-boy is also the law in town? What is it about these contradictions that make small town sheriffs, Texas Rangers and ex-outlaws-turned-lawmen so irresistible? Whether you write or love to read about the Wild West or modern day Montana, what do you love most about lawmen who are also cowboys? And what makes them so gosh-darn sexy? Fevered Hearts In my most recent release, Buck Morning Star took the […]
April 9, 2013

Release Day! A Fistful of Dreams Available Now!

I am thrilled to present you with book #4 in the Fevered Hearts series. After Dorado burned at the end of Micah & Mrs. Miller, the Kanes and Morning Stars were left to face new challenges, new Fevered, and for many of them a whole new world. A Fistful of Dreams Fevered Hearts #4 Purchase Now eBook: All Romance eBooks Amazon Barnes and Noble Smashwords When the spirit fever struck a town, a village or an outpost, it left few if any survivors. The white man blamed the Indian saying they used their mojo on them.  The Indians blamed the […]
March 24, 2013

Sneak Peek Sunday: A Fistful of Dreams

A Fistful of Dreams releasing April 2013 Flying K Ranch, Winter 1851 He righted the glass and turned his attention to the Colonel. Delilah’s heart hammered and she stared at the water glass. A brush of a hand against her left arm drew her away from the muffled cotton of her own mind and she glanced at Buck. He gave her a quick grin, a reassuring one and all the sound rushed back in.  A few seconds passed since the Colonel’s question, but none volunteered any information.   “I didn’t think so,” he sighed and leaned back in his chair. “Adam MacPherson […]