Researching Victorian Era Travel

My books, of course, are entirely fiction. The people don’t exist beyond my head (and yours) and the things they do, their families and friends… none of it actually exists. OF COURSE NOT. But my books are, at the most basic, all historicals because they are set primarily in Victorian era England. That much is … Continue reading

Happy BIRTHDAY TO ME!

That’s right is is MY birthday but I’m going hobbit on y’all and giving you the presents! The compendium is out TODAY at a super low price at $2.99, that’s a buck a book! You can’t get this deal anywhere. The books as listed are nearly $15 total (as long as Google is trying to kill … Continue reading

Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow!

Only ONE day left until the release of the COMPENDIUM!!   I’m so excited! This release day is the best birthday present EVER! All my gals and guys in one big book at a super special price. Please GRAB it, GIFT it, SHARE it! Give the love (literally) of the Lords of Time. *SMOOCHES* J The first … Continue reading

TWO DAYS to the COMPENDIUM!

Only TWO days left until the release of the COMPENDIUM!! I think the most exciting for me, beyond the exclusive content, is sharing the first three books in the LORDS of TIME WORLD in one very special edition at one ridiculously low price. Share it, gift it, grab it, but don’t let this deal pass you by! … Continue reading

THREE DAYS to the COMPENDIUM

Only THREE days left until the release of the COMPENDIUM!! What are you most excited for? I’m most excited to hear what everyone thinks of the opening of THE SPARE AND THE HEIR which is being released EXCLUSIVELY in the Compendium!   $2.99 for a very limited time!   *smooches*  J The first three novels in the … Continue reading

Countdown to Compendium!

The first three novels in the Lords of Time World:

The Rake and The Recluse

The Duke and The Baron

The Duke and The Domina

Four complete HEAs! Almost 1600 pages of reading happiness.

Warrick — Illustrated

I know, twice in one week. It’s nuts, right? WARRICK: Well here we go. If you haven’t noticed, I republished both of my books without the illustrations in April, in advance of Warrick being released in May. My hope was to reach an entirely new audience, one that may have been put off by the idea … Continue reading