Blind Justice is out now! Tara Fujimoto has patiently waited—along with you—while four other couples found love. Now, it’s her turn. She and Jeff Patarava might be opposites in all the obvious ways—he’s outdoorsy and is happiest in the mountains, she likes the city bustle and looking her best—but they’re a perfect match in every
This week I celebrated my 19th wedding anniversary. I can’t believe it’s been that long since we walked down the aisle, but I’ve been happy about it every day since. There’s a reason I believe in love and happily ever after, and it’s my husband. 🙂
I’m ready to jump off a metaphorical cliff here because… I’m excited to announce that my first romantic suspense novel BLIND FURY will release at the end of the month! A risk-averse programmer must rely on a thrill-seeking mercenary to keep her safe when her quest for the truth about her brother’s death makes her
Wow, is it really March already?! Unbelievable. It’s also the first Friday of the month, which is my day over at Everybody Needs a Little Romance. Click here to find out why I got married a year early, and how two pragmatic people (i.e. me and my husband) keep the love alive. Happy March!
I’m so excited to be featured on the Murder She Writes blog today, talking about Scrivener and Scrivener For Dummies! I’m hoping someday I’ll be there talking about my latest RS, but for now, this’ll do. 😉 BTW, stop by for a chance to win a signed copy of my book! Today also happens to
I’m talking about my idea of romance over at Everybody Needs a Little Romance today. If you get a chance, stop by and give me your definition.
My friend Christine got me thinking about gifts and romance with her recent post about men in the doghouse, and I was reminded of my first Christmas with my husband (a.k.a. The Engineer) back in our dating days. He bought me aftermarket cruise control for my car. Seriously. Right up there with vacuum cleaners you say?