I’m thrilled to share my new release with you—Maybe Lovers. It examines that cloudy, ambiguous area when two people have gotten involved but cannot really define or give a label to what is happening between them.
This is book two in my new spicy series, The Rocklyns, although all my series books can be read as stand-alones. For readers familiar with my heroine in Tomboy Bride from my Dance ‘n’ Love series, you will recognize the family of brothers and cousins that will all now have their own books. I enjoy writing about families and how they are affected and interact with the main characters who are facing the roller coaster ride of falling in love.
Can a hot doc with his own troubles convince a cynical bartender that it’s okay to dream of love?
Carly Kuper has learned you shouldn’t wish for things you cannot have. And that includes the handsome orthopedist who is a regular customer at the bistro bar where she works.
Jeff Rocklyn has always liked taking care of people, but sometimes it gets him in over his head, especially when it comes to women.
When the two of them end up together in a Paris hotel, steamy fireworks erupt, but the aftermath opens private wounds and a secret that could destroy them both.