Praise for Duets "...exceptionally well written...a very intriguing and somewhat sad story. A story of lovers separated by fate. When they meet again, sparks fly, but this story is not a fairy tale romance. This is more like real life, and made my heart hurt a little." Long and Short Reviews
Praise for Molly Harper "5 Stars! Molly Harper is no flighty cotton-candy novel. It's intense, tumultuous, and contemplative. It forces the reader to delve into the depths of their heart and examine the actions of their past. The characters and plot lines are vibrant, full, and believable--and not just the main ones....It's absolutely superb and creates the unique ebbs and flows of the adventurous tide her novel rides upon. It's quite remarkable. It's so good you don't notice it. And that's the point." Sofia St.Angeles InD'tale Magazine
Praise for December Wedding... "I would recommend this book to any romance lover, to anyone who always wondered what happens after the HEA, and to anyone looking for an enjoyable, quick read." Books-N-Pearls
From the Author
When I finished DUETS and MOLLY HARPER, I thought I was done with the story of Molly Harper and her private secrets and public loves, but many readers requested a little more closure for Molly and Cruz, so I wrote the final episode, DECEMBER WEDDING.
I hope you enjoy my Christmas novella of romance, sabotagued plans and the strength of family love. Set in beautiful Taos, New Mexico, in it Molly finds a way to once and forever negotiate a way forward with her friend and ex-lover, the volatile and compelling Cruz Morales.
This collection of stories is very near and dear to me because of my own personal history of living with family secrets about adoption. I hope I handled all the issues, from the birth mother and adoptive mother's point of view, as well as from the heart of the one most affected, the child caught in the middle.
Please drop me a line anytime to share your thoughts on this topic, or any of my books. The only thing I enjoy more than writing a story, is hearing from readers about how that story touched them.