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Feels Like Love SALE ~ 99 cents!!!!

Just #99cents until JULY 5TH!!! HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!!

💚🔥💚🔥💚🔥Welcome to Mustang Prairie💚🔥💚🔥💚🔥
I just wanted to belong…
Sadie had never belonged anywhere other than on stage. A soulful singer and musician, she left home at a young age and never looked back. No one missed her anyhow. Traveling the country with one no good boyfriend or another for work, Sadie settled in New Orleans until another d-bag boyfriend decided she wasn’t enough…and the slutty new bartender was.
She left for Mustang Prairie and the open arms of her half-sister Amelia…or so she thought Continue reading Feels Like Love SALE ~ 99 cents!!!!

EXCERPT: It Must Be Love

Have you been to Mustang Prairie yet? It Must Be Love is book 4 in the series, featuring childhood (sort of) friends and former next door neighbors Trixie & Jack.

About this book: 

Trixie is a Mustang Prairie girl, born and raised. At least until her parents up and moved her to a commune in Oregon and far away from the love of her young life. Jack Thorpe.

But grownup Trixie is back in Mustang Prairie and ready for the next chapter in her life, which includes her lingerie store Under the Skirt and starting her own line of sexy lacy things. When her past collides with her present in the form of a tall, blonde artist, Trixie has to wonder if her girlish crush could be the answer to her grownup dreams?

Jack married his high school sweetheart, only it didn’t turn out so sweet and he never got to tell her it was over. Now he has to smile and pretend while the world goes on and on about how great Marissa was, especially now that he’d brought his girls back to Mustang Prairie for good.

The one bright spot in town was the new and improved girl next door. Little Trixie wasn’t so little and Jack was more than a little interested. Too bad he wasn’t interested in another round of the rollercoaster known as love and commitment.

Too bad he can’t stay away.

Continue reading EXCERPT: It Must Be Love

A Winter Romance EVENT!

As you all know the life of an indie author is…never ending. In addition to my “day job” which also consists of writing all day, and then turning around to weave happily ever after stories into the wee hours of the morning is exhausting and incredible. Then there is book promo which can be a monster if you don’t have the right people helping you out.


Which brings me to my point. The folks at Ropin Romance are just some of the people who help me out and this Friday and Saturday (that’s the 20th & 21st for those of you in need of specifics!) they’re hosting a ROMANCE ONLY event…A Winter Romance!

Interested in attending or participating? Go HERE to learn more! Continue reading A Winter Romance EVENT!

Sweet Poison ~ Cocktail Recipe

I’m trying to become more active on my blog so here we go…let’s see what happens! 

If you know, or think you know, anything about my alcohol preferences it’s that rum is my least favorite. I find it too sweet and I don’t like to clutter up my drinks with lots of sugary flavors to mask the taste of the booze.

Enough about what’s wrong with rum though, right?

I decided to go ahead and bite the sugary bullet when I came across the recipe for Sweet Poison. I’m not sure about the origin of this cocktail but I’d guess super tropical or some metropolitan bartender whipped it up for a summer cocktail special. It was…surprisingly alright.

Needless to say I was in the minority when I introduced this cocktail on Girls’ Night. All of my sugar lovin’ girls were giddy over this concoction because it is chock full of alcohol but it doesn’t taste like it.

The exact opposite of yours truly.

The good news is that it is pretty tasty AND if you use fresh squeezed pineapple juice (so that you know it’s the real thing with no added sugar) it’s not the kind of sweet that makes your jaws clench.

The even better news is that you don’t need a ton of fancy cocktail mixing equipment to make this drink. All you need is a cocktail shaker, cocktail glasses and, if you’re weights & measures challenged…a jigger.                              

What you need:

1 Pineapple wedge
Pineapple juice
2oz. Coconut rum
1 oz. Blue curacao
1 oz. Light rum

Mix it: Toss ice, rums and blue curacao into your cocktail shaker. Shake what your mama gave you and strain it into the cocktail glass. Fill the rest with your (fresh) pineapple juice and garnish with the pineapple wedge.


You can double, triple or quadruple the recipe as needed but part of the fun is having someone play bartender…at least until we can afford that Tom Cruise in Cocktail bartender.

Find more fun cocktail ideas for your next girls night out, or in, hit up the Mustang Prairie Girls Cocktails page on Pinterest.


My Interview with Author Classifieds

Promoting a book is never done…especially for an indie writer. So, I’ve done another one. It’s a new set of questions so maybe a few of yours will be answered.

Read the interview here.

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Book Goodies Interview!

When a new book comes out, there are tons of things you as an author must do to promote the book. Interviews are one thing, but the good thing about these interviews is that they don’t ask you stupid questions like “what’s your biggest weakness?”

So when I sat down to chat with the folks over at BookGoodies, I was prepared to talk all things writing, romance & love, and of course…Sadie & Dylan. Get to know a bit more about me and Feels Like Love when you check out the interview HERE!!!!!

Want to know a little more about Sadie & Dylan? Enjoy this teaser and book description!

sadie BW guitar_teaser Continue reading Book Goodies Interview!

Romance Author of the Year ~ 2015

Every night when all my so called ‘real’ work is done and all my client’s files are saved, I load up whatever story I’m working on and get lost in another world. For most of 2016 that world has been Mustang Prairie. Shellie and Alex have had their stories and very soon Sadie’s will be ready for public consumption. It’s such a solitary process for the most part and by the time other people get involved, the book is done and you just have to bite your nails and drink martinis while you hope for the best.

What’s my point? Well that’s simple, it’s nice to know that readers and bloggers are consuming my words, loving them and getting lost in them. As a new author it can be hard to gauge how well you’re doing other than sales and reviews, which are awesome metrics, by the way. But when a blogger you love and respect says “hey you’re an awesome writer” very little feels better than that. Continue reading Romance Author of the Year ~ 2015