Introducing Better vs. Worse

Better vs. WorseIf you’ve read Order vs. Chaos, then you met Kapena and Ada. He’s a laid back surf instructor. She’s a focused officiant. They’re opposites in all ways. Except for that mutual attraction neither of them can deny.

Excerpt from Better vs. Worse

I couldn’t help but watch her. She was like a flame, and I was the dumb moth who wanted to get closer. Always closer. I knew she’d burn me, but in that moment, I didn’t care.

She was stunning. The reason I avoided so many of the wedding Kiana put on. I went to some of the first ones, but seeing Ada laugh and flirt with the other men had me ready to knock the shit out of all of them.

I wanted to go. I needed to go. It would only end badly if I stuck around. But then she turned and caught my eye.

A challenge.

Silent, but clear in her arched eyebrow and twinkling damn eyes.

She wanted me to be jealous.

I growled at no one and set off across the room. Her eyes widened for a second, then that damn smirk curled her lips up, and I knew I was screwed.

Coming March 20!

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Introducing Walk Of Fame

Walk Of FameEvery time I start a new book, I smile. A whole new story to share, a whole new love to explore, a whole new adventure to go on. I love it. And then I get to share it with you!

The next Raise A Glass story is Walk Of Fame. Country superstar, Kate Maddox, finds herself at Amavita Estates when she decides to disappear. Dressed as herself, Katherine Price, she blends in with the rest of the guests.

Except in Dillon’s eyes.

Dillon and Katherine had one night together, and when she shows up on his doorstep, he finds himself not unhappy to see her again.

Excerpt from Walk Of Fame

She turned and started to walk away without another word. Dillon stood watching her for a few moments, frozen in place and trying to figure out what he should do.

Before his brain fully kicked in he called out to her, “Are you seriously just walking away? You weren’t here looking for me?”

She turned, her eyes sliding down him. He wasn’t amused by the disinterested look in her eyes. There wasn’t even a glimmer of recognition.

Wow. And he thought their night was pretty fucking fabulous. Nice to see she didn’t feel the same.

“I’m sorry,” she said, shaking her head and starting to walk away. “I don’t think we know each other.”

Dillon chuckled to himself. “I might not have told you my name last night, but I think I know you pretty damn well.”

She paused in her walk, and he wondered if she would turn and come back or simply keep walking. She seemed to be warring with herself. Finally she threw back over her shoulder, “Where did we meet?”

Dillon’s eyebrows rose and an amused grin curled his lips. “Matty’s in Ithaca. Before you even got a drink, we walked out the door. We went to your hotel next door, and, just in case you forgot, you came at least ten times in the three times we had sex.”

Her gasp was just as throaty as the night before and his cock took notice. He happily would have her naked and screaming his name this time, but he wasn’t sure how he felt about his one night stand following him home.

Even if a part of him was impressed.

Coming February 6

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Introducing Too True To Be Good

There are always characters that make us smile. Characters that make us cry. Characters we want to strangle. Even characters we wish we could hug.

Zach is definitely one of those characters I know I won’t forget. He’s lived a life of fun. One without many cares or worries. That all changes when a little girl shows up claiming to be his daughter.

Too True To Be Good

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Too True To Be Good

His life was good…

Zach Bennett was content to go to work, hang out with his family and friends, and entertain a woman once in a while. As his family found love all around him, he was content to stay single. Unattached. Happy.

Besides, he had enough to worry about with a new chef breathing down his neck for his job.

She faced the truth every day…

Gianna Brooks always wanted to work with people. She saw enough growing up to know kids need all the help they can get. They deserved to be safe. Loved. Happy.

Which is why she’s determined to get her new client into a forever home.

But the truth isn’t always good…

The last thing Zach needs is a little girl showing up on his doorstep claiming she’s his. Her social worker hot on her heels, and demanding a place to stay, definitely doesn’t make it any better. Especially with Gianna’s curvy body and bedroom eyes, and his daughter’s sad sweetness, making him consider keeping both of them.

Gianna knows she should run. Zach knows he should send them away. But neither of them can resist the pull toward the other.

Coming November 14

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