Author’s Note: Apologies, but this hasn’t been proofread yet. Chapter One “How’ve you been, honey?” Magnus Butterfield asked. “Just fine, sugar, thanks for askin’.” Savannah Summers pasted on a smile, even though she inwardly seethed. Magnus treated her like a stripper at a bachelor party. Thankfully, she’d practiced slathering honey all over her words…
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Buy it HERE today!!! About this book: Book 1 in the No Rival series For months, Aubree has been obsessed with two men—best friends, Max and Ryan. She’s resigned herself to having her desires be not…
I am so excited to share with you my newest Mustang Prairie novel, It Must Be Love!
If you’re familiar with Mustang Prairie, particularly Feels Like Love, you’ve already met Trixie, owner of Under the Skirt, as well as Jack and his adorable little girls. It Must Be Love is their story and you can get your copy December 2016!
Until then here is the new cover art for IT MUST BE LOVE!!!
The End. The two most soothing, relaxing and beautiful sounding words for any writer!
Well book 2 in the Mustang Prairie series, A Little Bit In Love is available for pre-order now. On April 7th your copy will be sent to your Kindle or other device!
Here’s a brief description:
After losing her birth parents and her adopted parents Alexis Mabry is used to being alone. So after a year of horrible dates with everyone from sugar baby wannabes to cross dressers, she decides to stop dating altogether and focus on what matters most: her business and her friends in Mustang Prairie.
When she meets a handsome stranger on a trip to California she starts to wonder if its time to get back in the game.
Baxter Thompsen spent the last decade building his empire to the exclusion of everything but sex. Now tired of the socialites and starlets, he wants someone real. When he does she only wants a vacation fling and it’s up to Baxter to show her that lust is great, but love is the real prize.
Is it lust or are Baxter and Alex more than a little bit in love?