- - All stand-alone books, no cliffhangers! - -
Prequel - Off the Charts (a short story prequel)
Book 1 - Uncharted
Book 2 - Entangled
Book 3 - Windswept
Book 4 - Adrift
What readers are saying:
- A sizzling hot, action packed, tropical island adventure.
- A tender love story that will have your heart pumping.
- Wow. One of the sweetest stories I have read in a very long time.
- This had fantastic characters, an amazing plot line with wonderful twists and turns.
- A riveting ride with a soccer superstar, a born hugger, match + hairspray kisses, a trip to cloud nine, a trip south, and some pirate action. Loved this book!!!
- Fast-paced and action-packed romance. It will keep you on the edge of your seat!
- Grave danger, life-threatening moments, beautifully described scene descriptions and of course sensual romance to keep you intrigued until the end.
An excerpt from Adrift:
"Get down!" a man yelled as bullets tore through the air and chaos erupted over the marketplace.
"Wha-" Meredith went sprawling as someone tackled her to the ground. "Ow!" Her shoulder smashed into cobblestones.
"Stay down!" the man barked, pinning her to the ground as bullets whizzed an inch above her head.
She couldn't see anything other than the overturned table of fruit, but she could hear the car tires squeal on. Someone a few steps away grunted and fell.
"Alexei!" a woman screamed.
A cloud of cinnamon hung in the air as another stall flipped in the mayhem, but the smell of burning rubber was stronger still.
"Police! Call the police," someone yelled as the roar of the car engine receded down the road.
The panicked screams continued, and the man shielding her body shifted his weight to look up. She rolled, trying to untangle her limbs from his. Even as her brain tried to hurry the process along, her body longed to stretch the moment out in a completely inappropriate way.
The man panted like he'd just finished an Olympic sprint - and won. His breath tickled her ear the way the evening breeze might. She caught a glimpse of a mocha-skinned man with brilliant white teeth. The funny thing was, he seemed familiar in a hazy kind of in-your-dreams way.
Wait a minute. Her head whipped around. Was it-
"Stay down!" He muttered as an engine revved. Then he rolled, dragging her with him as a second car raced after the first. The engine thundered in her ears as the vehicle skidded closer, pushing a tipped-over fruit stall like a plow. Dozens of guavas cascaded over her, and her bare skin scraped the ground. She squeezed her eyes tightly, thinking it was the end. The tires were only inches away, and the only protection she had was a pile of fruit and the steely body sheltering hers.
A steely body she knew. Had touched. Had spent a crazy night with when-
The engine thundered, and she choked on the exhaust for a good minute after the vehicle raced away.
A cacophony of voices and languages broke out all over the marketplace as bystanders slowly rose from where they'd darted for cover.
The man rolled far enough to shift his weight over her and looked down.
"Tuss?" She blinked.
Toussaint Louverture Anderson, but everybody calls me Tuss, he'd said in a baritone that just about melted her on the spot back when they'd first met on the island of Bonaire.
God, his eyes were blue. Bright. Worried. He had the most beautiful skin. And wow, huge shoulders that stood out like a football player's pads. But his touch was gentle. Careful. Warm.
"Meredith." He stared into her eyes. Stared and stared, just as he had after they'd made love one magical night almost a month ago. Like he'd never seen eyes like hers and never wanted to let her go.
Then he blinked, coming out of his reverie. "Are you okay?"
"Um..." Other than dying of shock to see her one and only one-night stand again? "Fine. Are you okay?"
She was giddy. Breathless - and not just from terror.
He nodded, stood slowly, and offered her a hand up.
Up, up, and up, because he was tall, too. He lifted her so easily, she nearly crashed into his chest the way she had that night she'd ended up taking things much, much too far.
"You sure you're okay?" Tuss asked. An echo of the words he'd said when they parted, so many sunrises ago. They'd talked for hours that morning, and afterward, saying good-bye to a near-stranger had never been so hard.
A woman started screaming, and Meredith dragged her attention back to the waterfront market. If Tuss was okay and she was okay, who was crying for help?
***And that's just the start of this unforgettable adventure romance!***