Thursday, February 26, 2015

Jane is now live at Amazon!!!!

I hope you will buy it.

I am also having a little contest on Facebook. A chance to win autographed copies and swag.

Facebook contest

Friday, February 20, 2015

Meet My Main Character

Jane. From my book Jane (sequel to Jade).

Jane is a vampire (known as London Jane), formerly the Master Vamp of the territory of Winston, North Carolina.

Long wavy redhead, slender and sexy. Sharp fangs. Very fast and crazy strong.

Mother: Rose Red, Master Vamp of the city of London.

Jane likes girls and is in love with Jade.
Dancing. She loves a girls night out with a lot of dancing.
She likes to play pool and ride motorcycles.


Weapons of choice:
A metal baseball bat.
An occasional dagger.

Jane is fiercely loyal and protective to a fault. She is very independent and had a big fight with her mother over her sexual orientation shortly after she was turned. That led her to leaving London for the United States. She is a natural leader and is used to getting her way. She dislikes dressing up and prefers T-shirts and jeans over dresses and formal wear. She is impulsive and playful and sometimes acts quickly without thinking of the consequences of her actions.  She has a tendency to be reckless and enjoys activities that could be dangerous.

Her dream is to walk nude on the beach in the sunlight with the wind blowing in her hair.

Jane is told from the view point of Jane just as Jade was told from Jade's point of view. The plan is for the final book in the Three J'Amigos Trilogy (Jill) to vary the POV between all three characters.

Jane releases March 1st, 2015. I hope you enjoy it. The action is non-stop and the fun is over-the-top.

Teaser/Tagline: A Wedding and a Funeral

ETA (Jane is now live!) Get Jane on Amazon

I have started writing Jill already and can't wait to complete the series.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

First review of JANE

So excited to see a fabulous first review of Jane (releasing March 1st).

"My favorite things, all together:  a great yarn, a good lesson, and a shining example to follow. Can't beat that with a metal baseball bat (to understand that reference you'll have to read Jane, which I suggest you do!)"

Read the entire review at the Truthinfantasy Blog