Anything You Ask won the NJRW Golden Leaf award for best published novella in 2014 and received a 5 star "top pick" review from The Romance Reviews.
Clear as Glass is a five-time RWA chapter contest winner, has multiple 5-star reviews on Amazon, and was a finalist in the Book Buyers Best Contest.
Danielle agrees to a marriage of convenience to get out of debt and transfer her farm to the black sheep of the Cooper family, but she begins to suspect Hale Cooper wants her more than he wants the family farm. Whenever she asks for something, he grants her request by saying anything you ask…until she asks for the truth about why he left in the first place.
Gabriel Antonov is a mechanic who can fix anything, even a woman’s hesitance. His talents have earned him the well-deserved reputation as a player, but when a routine one-night stand goes wrong, he’s haunted by what he’s done. Nothing can free him from those depraved memories, until he meets Leigh Nelson.
Leigh avoids strong, silent types like Gabe, who is stronger and quieter than most guys. The only man she’s focused on is her father, who is suffering from a devastating health crisis. She’ll do anything to help him, even at the cost of ignoring her own well-being, but the stress is getting to her. Gabe’s strength is tough to resist, and his silence might be hiding a crushing secret only she can understand.
He can’t outrun his gut-deep craving for her. Problem is, she’s running from him. When they’re marooned in his lakeside cabin, he might finally catch her…if he can admit why he’s falling apart without her..
The last thing Mitchell Blake needs is another hot-shot consultant to "save" his glassblowing factory, but this one is different. She is hiding something. If he can figure out why Jaye Davis won't tell him about her past, he might have good reason to fire her…or keep her forever.
Award-winning contemporary romance
about strong men who have a weakness for smart women.
Run to Her is the first book in a new trilogy about three brothers trapped by their troubled pasts. They won't let anyone get too close, because a solitary life is the only way to hide a bad mistake.