Have you pre-ordered your copy of Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology? The collection is only 99 cents (for a limited time) and features EIGHTEEN brand new, super sexy stories from myself and 17 other fabulous writers!
Little did they know that winning the Cup would just be the start of the hottest summer of their lives. . .
The New Orleans Cajun Rage professional hockey team just won The Cup. No one thought they’d do it: they were a team of shoulda beens, never coulda beens and a star or two. They’d only been in the Crescent City for three years before this year’s Cinderella run that had them skating off the ice with the championship.
Over the following summer, each player gets to keep the Cup for a day. Nobody knows why, but whoever has the Cup falls in love.
USA Today Bestsellers Robin Covington, Kimberly Kincaid, Hether Long, Nana Malone and Virginia Nelson, and Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller, Angi Morgan, join me, Christi Barth, Andie J. Christopher, Avery Flynn, Kim Golden, Lena Hart, Desiree Holt, Robin Kaye, Katie Kenyhercz, Heather Long, Kate Meader, Susan Scott Shelley, and Misty D. Waters to bring you 18 romances with smoking hot heroes—both on and off the ice.
Plus, 20% of all royalties earned from the sale of Hot on Ice will go to Homes for Troops, a nonprofit organization that builds mortgage-free, specially modified homes for severely injured veterans.
Meet the men of Hot On Ice!
Hello, my lovelies! So many of you have asked “when will we find out what happened with Lovie and Duff?” The answer is: any day now! Well, soon. LOL!
Calum Me Maybe is almost set to go, and we will pick up right where we left off so, don’t worry. You haven’t missed any of the action. And if you haven’t read The Calum, here’s your chance to get caught up on all the fun!
Duff and Lovie have been trying to navigate the tricky waters of their attraction. Not easy when there’s thousands of miles, and often two continents, between them. ‘Friends’ isn’t a bad thing unless you’ve had a taste of more. But is their connection strong enough to bridge the distance? We shall see. In the mean time, here’s chapter one to hold you over. 😉
Hello, my lovelies! Please help me welcome Brenda Margriet back to FoX Friday. She’s here with her brand new release, No Life But This.
I’ve been waiting for Brenda to share this book with the rest of the world. It’s such a lovely story. So refreshing, and set in one of my favourite places on earth.
Santos Carregado enjoys introducing tourists to his tiny island in the middle of the Atlantic. At first he barely notices the unassuming Abigail. He soon finds her meek exterior hides a vibrant woman who teases his senses and ignites his passion.
Abigail is stunned to discover the handsome, confident Santos is attracted to her, but his fiery kisses and searing caresses convince her to accept a sensuous invitation.
Will the realities of life shatter Abigail’s holiday daydream? Or can the shifting sands of a short-term fling become the rock on which a life-long relationship is built?
Brenda was sweet enough to bring us an excerpt! Read on…
Hey, my lovelies! It’s Friday, the 13th, and for you that’s a very lucky thing. Today we have another debut author, Wendy Goldberry. Wendy is part of my local writing group in Philadelphia, so I’m super excited for her very first release, For I Have Sinned. (Love that title!)
Before we get to the book, which is sizzling hot, I asked Wendy a few questions.
How long have you been writing?
I wrote my first poem when I was eight years old and haven’t looked back. I’ve gone through the bad teenage poetry phase, the awkward and pretentious college literary magazine period, and now I’m a published author. Writing is my addiction. If I’m not doing it, I’m thinking about it. [Read More…]
Hello my lovelies!
As 2016 comes to a close, I think we can all agree that it’s been one of the more challenging years in recent memory. We lost so many influential people, including so many that influenced me personally, that it often seemed like the universe was playing a cruel joke. The beauty is that they left behind legacies and works of art that will continue to inspire generations to come.
As for me, I intend to make 2017 the year of love. What better way to do that than with lots of romance. Right?
Coming around late January, the long-awaited follow-up to The Calum. Lovie and Duff are navigating the tricky waves of a long-distance relationship in Calum Me Maybe. And, let me tell you, those waters are choppy as hell. LOL!
Also coming this winter is Crossing Paths, a collaboration between myself and my dear friend Kim Golden. And I might have a little surprise for you around Valentine’s Day, so stay tuned for that. [Read More…]