I'm a Massachusetts native, who did brief stints in Georgia and Maine. I live about forty-five minutes from Boston with my husband. I write contemporary romances and romantic comedies. My stories vary in heat level from sweet to sizzling, but I hope they all have at least a hint of humor. What good is romance without a little laughter? If you enjoy family and friend based series then you've found the right author.
Harley Taizer wasn't used to dealing with her greedy parents. They'd never wanted her and made it clear by giving her to her grandfather the day she was born. It's funny how things changed now that money is involved. Discovering her trust fund, her parents show up demanding she give them the money. Afraid of just how far his son and daughter in-law will go, her grandfather brings in a security specialist to protect her.
Kasper Drake hasn't met a trust fund baby he liked, even though he was one himself. Upon meeting his uncle's newest client he's willing to throw all his preconceived notions out the window. He's trying to get Harley to admit to their fierce attraction when her father shows up demanding to know who Kasper is. She tells him that he's her fiance, Kasper latches onto her lie hoping to make her see how good it could be.
Michelle Craig is predictable to the point of being boring. Meeting a hot guy and having a whirlwind romance wasn’t something she ever thought would happen to her. Bumping into JP changed all that. He knocked her for a loop and knocked her up. When she tells him she’s pregnant he asks her to marry him. To her surprise she says yes.
JP Abbott fell for Michelle quicker than he ever thought possible. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that she had no clue he was a hot shot baseball player. After what he’d hoped would be weekend tryst he found he couldn’t walk away from her. He’s looking for a way to make things more permanent between them when she tells him she’s carrying his baby. It only took a little cajoling to get her to the altar. They took a quick honeymoon then returned home to try and settle into their new life.
Now they need to tell their families the big news. Will their relationship survive, or have they made a huge mistake?
Gina Foster was working damn hard to put her wild woman ways behind her. Getting involved with playboy business man Wes Moreland might look like a big slip backwards to everyone, but Gina doesn’t care. She’s willing to risk her reputation to keep her friend Michelle’s elopement a secret until she’s ready to tell everyone herself. She needed Wes to help her do that.
Wes was seriously on the spot thanks to his best friend JP Abbott asking him to be his best man. Now Wes has to do whatever he can to keep things under wraps until JP gets back from his honeymoon and breaks the news. Pretending to be engaged to Gina is the best plan. Spending time with her wouldn't be a hardship, or hurt his image any. As long as she understood that it was over when Wes said it was. Even if that meant it never ended.
When Tiffany Craig’s father served her with an ultimatum to go to college or he’d cut her off she knew the last thing he expected was for her to turn the tables on him. Sick of her entire family looking down on her she does just that by issuing a threat of her own. Her mother and sister were annoyed that they were going to have to take her place on the charity boards and foundations she sat on in her family’s name. Her father could change that by just taking back his demand. She knew he wouldn’t do that. So Tiffany was going to live her life the way she wanted.
Tiffany and Ace Fentonworth don’t have the best first meeting, or second, or third, but each time she ends up in his arms with his mouth on hers. Ace had no idea what it was about Tiffany Craig that drew him in. Whatever it was it also turned him into a first class jerk, but he couldn’t stay away from her even when he tried. The more he was around her the less he wanted to. Nothing about her made any sense and Ace wanted to find out why. He knows the only way he’s going to figure it out is to spend more time with her.
But could they work past their assumptions about each other and find out why they couldn’t stay away from each other?
Rosie’s uncle Teddy may not have been able to be around all the time, but he was always there when Rosie needed a dose of reality. Unlike her parents he believed that she needed to keep her feet on the ground even though she spent most of her time running charity and social events mingling with people who had their heads stuck in the clouds. When he dies she’s lost. Her friends try to be there for her, but her uncle does the unbelievable and leaves her part of his business. The other half he leaves to his sexy right hand man. He requests that the two of them move into his house for six months and find a way to make things work together, but since all she can do is stare at his ass and find ways to push his buttons Rosie’s not sure if this is going to work out.
Dade Sebastian would do his best to honor his boss’s last wish, but just looking at his niece he knew it wasn't going to be as simple as it sounded like it would be. Then the lawyer throws him a curve ball by announcing he’s not just going to help Rosie learn to run the business. Instead he’s is named as co-owner with the company being split equally between the two of them. Together they’re supposed to make things work, but that’s hard to do when all he wants is for her to stay in the kitchen, or better yet in his bed.
Sophia is coming to her younger sister’s rescue yet again, but this time she is going to be facing her hardest challenge yet. Gina’s sudden withdrawal from a baking competition left Sophia no choice but to take her place, even though she was a total disaster in the kitchen. With hot sexy pastry chef Luc Doucette as her partner she might just learn a few things, and hopefully not embarrass them both.
Luc believed in giving back to his community whenever he could, but working in close quarters with media darling Sophia Foster might just be more than he can handle. They needed to make it through the six weekly challenges to get five thousand dollars for their charity, and if they won they’d get twenty-five thousand. All he has to do is teach her enough to keep them in the running. That was going to be easy compared to the task of keeping his hands off her.
Nicolette Burgolinni has always been impulsive and even a little reckless at times. Her habit of jumping on opportunities hasn’t always worked out for the best. Creating an alter ego and applying for a job as a nanny just to prove to herself that she could do handle taking care of kids had disaster written all over it. Especially since their father Kent Michaelson is involved in a merger with her family’s corporation.
Kent was out of options. Neck deep in a merger he needed someone to temporarily help with the kids. When a young woman shows up about the nanny position he’s ready to hire her on the spot, but she has no experience. Still something tells him she’s the one. He gives her trial run of one week, with him working from home so he can keep an eye on her. Kent learns Nicki Harriet might not be who she claims, but he wants her no matter who she turns out to be.
Can Nicki and Kent overcome the issues they face? Will their desire be enough to make them take the risk?
Suzie Ricker has been fighting her attraction to Tim Elknit for months. He’s constantly popping into the office where she works and watching her with those dreamy brown eyes of his, but she’s been able to resist his charms…so far. Then she runs into him in the market, knocking them both to the floor in a tangle of arms and legs. Embarrassed Suzie runs out of the store.
When Tim shows up at her house with her groceries, he’s determined to explore their mutual attraction. After all, he couldn’t mistake the way her body had reacted to his when they’d literally fallen for each other.
Suzie knows she’s falling hard and fast for Tim, but he’s the one worried about being left alone on this Valentine’s Day.