Keep Reading in 2017

I had this big plan to write a blog post about new books for the New Year, but then somehow I missed January. It’s like the election happened in November and the next thing I knew it was February. I won’t even go into a rant about how invasive current events are to the creative process. There’s a lot of noise out there, and rightly so. This is the time when we should all be paying attention and making our voices heard. But that’s not really what this post is about. I’m going to take a moment, take a breather, and just talk about books.

January and February have been busy months for me in terms of newly released books with Bold Strokes Books. I thought I’d take a minute to highlight each in case you missed them.

The last two installments in the Nash Wiley series came out in January and February. They were part of a series of four short stories about Nash’s adventures in dating while trying to win the heart of her true love, Anna.

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The Adventures of Nash Wiley, Story 3

The last person Nash Wiley expects to bump into over a two a.m. breakfast at Waffle House is her college crush, decked out in a curve-hugging law enforcement uniform. Nash can’t believe her luck when Ms. Crush asks to join her, explaining that she’s just getting off shift. But something seems a little off. It could be the glitter in her eye shadow, or the black lace bra peeking from her barely buttoned uniform shirt, or maybe the exotic dancers who stroll in from the local gentleman’s club and crash their private reunion. Nash isn’t sure she’s still hungry until the waitress takes her order. “How you want those hashbrowns, hon?” Ms. Crush pins Nash with a sultry gaze and answers for her. “Mmm. I’ve heard she likes hers smothered and covered.”

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The Adventures of Nash Wiley, Story 4

As Nash Wiley entered the elegant Savannah Victorian and scanned the room she had one thought: This is one gay wedding that could really get out of hand. Only a lesbian would think it was a good idea to ask her long time ex to be maid of honor and then let Ms. Ex offer up a toast after drinking way too much white wine. But the evening turns even more surreal when Nash commandeers a stretch limo and her best friend for a late night drive out to the beach, and friendship turns into something more. Champagne on ice, seat belts optional and privacy glass a must.

The next February release, which is now available everywhere books are sold, is an adventure romance titled Birthright. This is a story I’ve wanted to write for a long time and I’m very excited to finally get to share it with readers. It’s the story of one hero’s journey to self-discovery and the love she finds when she arrives there.


When her spies bring news that a swordswoman imprisoned in a neighboring kingdom bears the Royal mark, Princess Kathryn sets out to rescue Aiden, the woman she’s sure is the true heir to the Belstaff throne and the solution to a tyrant’s campaign to overrun her small queendom of Olmstead.

That solution, however, is more of a problem. Too footloose for responsibility and distrustful of Kathryn’s selfless moral code, Aiden is a resistant heir. Her only interests are freedom and adventure. Despite their differences, Kathryn and Aiden discover common ground and a growing attraction as they set out on their mission to defeat the ruthless rogue ruler of Belstaff.

The true test lies ahead, when they find they must free their hearts to finally liberate their queendoms.

I hope you enjoy these stories! Thank you for reading.