Kiss Me ’til June is the first book in my Knights of the Tarot series, with each hero based on one of the four Knights of the Tarot cards deck. This is a contemporary romance that proves love is a little bit magic.
When a travelling psychic tells Carly Taylor she’s about to meet the man of her dreams, she can’t help but hope it’s true. Especially when Miss Milly tells her the mystery man will propose to her on her birthday, just three short months away. Which means the only thing standing between her and wedded bliss is her childhood sweetheart, Dylan Warner. Far from being pleased about the news of her pending nuptials, he seems determined to derail her by turning her beloved community into a gold mine. Literally. The horrible deep dark pit kind!
As a teenager, Dylan was forced to leave town in disgrace. Ever since then he’s been busy building a mining empire. Alone. Just the way he likes it. Buying land from struggling Aussie farmers has made him a rich man, rich enough to have anything he wants… and what he wants right now is to wipe his hometown of Superstition right off the map. But for his plan to be successful, Dylan will have to destroy everything that means anything to Carly, including her re-emerging feelings for him. Will her love be strong enough to change his mind?
Kissing The Girl Next Door, my sweet festive anthology story is now available as a stand-alone short story!
Justin Halliwell is a stunt double from a large, loud family who’s been having trouble with his memories after a recent head injury. Sophie’s the girl next door, a brilliant neurologist, and the only child of scientific elite… she’s also the only girl he can’t forget. But even with the assistance of his beloved Nonna’s ‘magic’ love seat, it might take a Christmas miracle to turn this childhood friendship into something more.
If you’re a fan of festive rom-coms, this short and sweet tale of Aussie Christmas love will leave you wishing you’d been extra good for Santa.
Contributor to Christmas in Kissing Point, home of hot summer nights, white sandy beaches and love. Five tales of Christmas love from five Australian authors that will leave you wishing you’d been extra good for Santa.
The sleepy seaside town of Kissing Point comes alive at Christmas when it fills to the brim with summer holidaymakers. But this year there are more than carols and the scent of Christmas barbeques in the air. This year, Santa is playing Cupid, as six couples get a chance at love helped along by warm summer nights and sparkling ocean waves.
An unlucky-in-love postwoman, a one-night stand lover and an interfering ex. A new-to-town baker, her prickly landlord and a spark that has nothing to do with faulty wiring. A movie stunt double, a neurologist and a love seat rumoured to be magic. Old school sweethearts and a half-forgotten marriage pact. A Christmas hating billionaire, his hardworking PA and an impossible-to-keep deal.
Five couples, five chances at love and a Merry Christmas in Kissing Point.
Contributor to the Tattoo: Spicy Bites Short Story Anthology 2017, available here
Have you ever had a secret life?
Ever done something you wouldn’t normally dare to do?
Ever received something you hadn’t bargained for?
Join us for Romance Writers of Australia’s newest anthology offering, Spicy Bites. Only the steamiest of stories have made it through to the 2017 edition where passion and pleasure walk hand-in-hand during the daylight hours but fetish and fantasy linger long into the night.
It’s a different kind of buzz for the Tattoo edition. You’ll meet women respectable in the boardroom and just plain naughty outside of it, her ink for his eyes only. Fantasies you can’t even mention to your closest friends are unleashed online but you’ve saved the starring role just for him. Freedom is bartered and bought and even the pleasure bots are branded in this collection of erotic tales guaranteed to satisfy.
Pour yourself a glass of wine, run a hot bath and lay back for what promises to be a hell of a ride…
Contributor to the Diamond Little Gems Short Story Anthology 2012, published by the Romance Writers of Australia.
A diamond is forged over time and under immense pressure into a clear colourless form of pure carbon. It is then cut, recut and polished until it evolves into its final brilliant form – no unlike a short story, which writers create, edit, and shape into a sparkling gem.
The diamond is the hardest naturally occurring substance and many a writer would agree that a short story can be the hardest form of writing – the skill it takes to tell a satisfying story in only a few words shouldn’t be underestimated.
In 2012, the 14 stories that have made it into the Little Gems Anthology are superb examples of sparkling diamonds in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes.