Freebies

Am I a new to you author?  I totally get it.  You don’t wanna make the investment in somebody new without knowing if you’re gonna like them.  The good news?  You don’t have to!  I’ve got several permafree titles (and a rotating selection of other freebies from time to time) that you can try at no risk to you.  Just click on the individual book to find the links to your ebook retailer of choice. 


DANCE ME A DREAM
WISHFUL ROMANCE - BOOK 7

Jace Applewhite is home for the holidays, helping out on his family's Christmas tree farm and enjoying some much needed downtime between semesters of grad school. He's intrigued by the sexy and serious barista from The Daily Grind, but she's got a Hands Off vibe that can be seen from miles away.

Tara Honeycutt missed most of her college years being single parent to her two younger half siblings. Working multiple jobs, she's forgotten what it's like to be a normal twenty-something. All her focus is on giving the kids some new holiday memories.

When a major gas line breaks, leaving them with no heat, no hot water, and no way to cook for Christmas. Jace invites Tara and her sibs out to Applewhite Farms. Will a good old fashioned farmhouse Christmas be enough to get Tara to give him a second glance?

ONCE UPON A NEW YEAR’S EVE
MEET CUTE ROMANCE - BOOK 2

A second chance romance for anyone who ever loved their brother's best friend.

It should have been the perfect New Year's Eve date. But when Gemma Forester gets called to bail her older brother out of trouble, she comes face to face with some of her own. Aaron Hendricks never forgot his best friend's little sister, but ten years wasn't enough to prepare him for the woman she's become. Will a chance meeting allow them to overcome the past?

Once Upon a New Year's Eve is a novelette of approximately 8,500 words.

When You Got A Good Thing
The Misfit Inn - BOOK 1

She thought she could never go home again. Kennedy Reynolds has spent the past decade traveling the world as a free spirit. She never looks back at the past, the place, or the love she left behind—until her adopted mother’s unexpected death forces her home to Eden’s Ridge, Tennessee.

Deputy Xander Kincaid has never forgotten his first love. He’s spent ten long years waiting for the chance to make up for one bone-headed mistake that sent her running. Now that she’s finally home, he wants to give her so much more than just an apology.

Kennedy finds an unexpected ally in Xander, as she struggles to mend fences with her sisters and to care for the foster child her mother left behind. Falling back into his arms is beyond tempting, but accepting his support is dangerous. He can never know the truth about why she really left. Will Kennedy be able to bury the past and carve out her place in the Ridge, or will her secret destroy her second chance?

"Charming, poignant, and sexy, When You Got a Good Thing pulled me in with its sweet charm and deft storytelling, and didn't let go until the very last page. It has everything I love in a small-town romance!"  - USA Today Best-Selling Author Tawna Fenske

Snowed In With The Ranger
Rescue My Heart prelude

Snowed In With The Ranger is a prelude of Baby, It's Cold Outside. If you want a much longer preview of the book, you can grab Snowed In With The Ranger for free!


A runaway author

Ivy Blake is on a deadline. Actually, she’s past the deadline and desperate to find some peace, quiet, and inspiration to get her book back on track. She doesn’t plan on a Tennessee blizzard or the bear that causes her to crash.

A grumpy lumberjack

Harrison Wilkes isn’t actually a lumberjack, but he’s doing his best impression during this week away from real life. He needs to rest, recharge, and stay the hell away from people, while he makes some major life decisions. He doesn’t plan to be executing a snowbound rescue.

Is it getting hot in here?

When Winter Stormageddon traps Ivy and Harrison together, suddenly his one-man cabin feels more cramped than cozy. As more than the fireplace heats things up, Harrison’s starting to think the interruption to his solitude might be worth it. Will the grumpy lumberjack prove to be inspiration or distraction?