BioFor as long as I can remember, I’ve been a writer…<br /> and it has served me well. I wrote for local publications, wrote marketing and advertising materials, wrote for academic publications, and eventually grew jaded with the writing profession as I often watched others take credit for my hard work. I retreated into the world of 3-D art in the fiber and textile mediums and hid out in a world of colors and textures. But, truth is, there was always a story or two in my head. It wasn’t until Nikki and I met in my imagination that I decided it was time to let those stories out, and I’m glad I did. My readers now get to enjoy the fruits of my imagination and, believe me, it runs wild!<br /> <br /> On the personal side, I’ve been happily married to my lover and best friend for over thirty years, and I have two wonderful adult kids who’ve blessed me with two excellent choices of life partners. When I’m not writing, I’m playing with my three crazy little dogs, hiking in a local recreation area, kayaking, working out at the gym, tending my herbs, cooking, or doing some kind of research.<br /> <br /> But I’d really rather be writing!
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If he hates her so much, why did he say yes? Trish Stinson’s husband leaves her because she’s “boring, tiresome, and predictable.” But a random trip to a bar for a drunken night of forgetfulness leads her to a lifestyle she’d never explored. Explore she will, with a handsome silver fox to lead the way. Clint Winstead is a curiosity to Trish; he watches from afar but bolts as soon as she comes near, and she wonders what secrets he’s carrying. When an annual event pairs them together, Trish is sure it’s a huge mistake—until the standoffish Dominant begins to warm to her. He only has a few ground rules, and when Trish breaks one in an attempt to be helpful, things fall apart. Trish’s very life is in the balance and she has to decide if she cares enough for Clint to take the risk.
One Simple Mistake
Ask Doug Benton and he’ll tell you: One simple mistake can ruin your life forever. Shy, quiet, naïve Vivian Norton is the object of Doug Benton’s desire. The curvy, sweet, redhead believes someone as amazingly hot as Doug could ever care for her, but he does, and in the most protective of ways. Vivian’s insecurities cause problems at first, but they work through them. With the support of their friends, their happily ever after seems certain—until the wrong word spoken at the worst possible moment destroys everything. And when Doug’s attempts to correct things end in disaster, he decides to give up. Some things just can’t be fixed.