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Okay, so I just pressed ‘publish’ on the six paragraph post updating what I’ve been working on. And…Wordpress just dropped it all but the title. Agh! Perhaps I shouldn’t have mentioned in that post how much I hate WordPress?

Anyway, this will be short because this is attempt number two. I have a new release from Mills & Boon True Love (Harlequin Romance) this December, Cinderella’s Second Chance in Paris.

I’ll try to post again, more thorough info next week, if I can access this site again. Fingers crossed!


Happy Friday 13th!

What better way to enjoy the day than to start reading TROUBLE? It’s now available on Kindle Vella. A new offering from Amazon that allows you to read stories in ‘episodes’ or chapters. You can read the first 3 episodes (chapters) of Trouble for free. After that, you buy tokens to redeem for the following episodes. They can be used on any of their Vella books.

He is on a quest to become king. The only thing standing in his way is a queen. The Book of Werewolves must be found to crown a werewolf king. Trouble Saint-Pierre jumps at the chance to prove he is more than the family troublemaker. A beautiful, yet annoying, vampiress who goes by the name, Bunny, joins his crusade–like it or not. The last one holding the book takes all. Will it be the sexy werewolf with a penchant for the fight, or the vampiress who must silence a threat to her very soul?

This is an All New Full Length story in my world of Beautiful Creatures. The last time I had a new story out was with This Strange Witchery, and that was when? Three or four years ago? (I have to check the copyright date; I just don’t keep those days in my brain.) So I’m very excited to put it out there for readers. I hope you enjoy it!


ps – if the clickable link above does not work go to Amazon>Kindle Books>Kindle Vella, then search ‘Trouble’

Trouble is almost here

This Friday 13th I will finally release TROUBLE on Kindle Vella. Yay! I’m very excited for readers to finally get a chance to read Trouble’s story. And I’m also excited about trying a new format for reading through Kindle. I know, some of you may cringe and shout, don’t do it! I want a real book! Well, don’t worry. I’m giving the Vella format a 30-day trial and after that I can publish the story as a full ebook. So you can either read it by episodes (chapters) right away, or wait until the whole thing comes out some time in September.

For a peek at the photos/images that inspired this story, click here!

More Saint-Pierres falling in love

Last month I reissued GHOST WOLF, which features Daisy Blu Saint-Pierre (werewolf/faery) and her hero Beckett Severo (werewolf). And just yesterday I rereleased MOONLIGHT & DIAMONDS, featuring Stryke Saint-Pierre (werewolf) and Blyss. Notice the & is not spelled ‘and’. That’s how I originally wanted the title but the publisher wasn’t cool with that. Not sure why. So this time, it’s done my way. The story remains the same. Whenever I get rights back to a story, I reread and edit it. A very light edit. I’m not changing the story in any way. Just catching any previous missed stuff (yes, it happens, even after going through many editors and copyeditors) and sometimes I change the technology. Moonlight & Diamonds was my 50th book written for Harlequin, and it won the Romantic Times Reader’s Choice award that year. That was very cool. I’ve also got Enchanted By The Wolf next up for re-editing, with hopes to put it out in August. I put both books out through Kindle Unlimited, so if you’re a member you can read them for free. They won’t be available at other online retailers for a few months.

Have a super summer spent doing the things you love, soaking up the earth through your toes and the sun through your skin. And never stop reading!


The Saint-Pierre family tree

Happy New Year!
Last year I re-released 20 titles set in my Beautiful Creatures world, and two new stories from Michele Renae, The Chocoholic’s Guide To Getting It On, and When Angus Met Zayla. Whew! That was fun, a lot of work, and really interesting to reread some stories that I hadn’t read for years. The characters are like friends and family to me!This year I want to highlight the family and connections in my Beautiful Creatures world. Each month I’m going to focus on one family and point out all the connections and their related stories. Let’s start with the most popular family created by Creed and Blu Saint-Pierre.

Blu (werewolf princess) met and was forced to marry Creed Saint-Pierre (vampire) in HER VAMPIRE HUSBAND.
Blu’s best friend, Sabrina (faery) met one of Creed’s friends, Revin (vampire) in CRUEL ENCHANTMENT.
One of Blu’s pack members, Ridge (werewolf) met Abigail (witch) in THE WEREWOLF’S WIFE (what happened in Vegas did not stay in Vegas).
Now, despite the fact that werewolves generally cannot get pregnant by vampires, with a little faery magic, Blu gave birth to twins, Malakai and Kambriel (who tried to kill one another before birth).
The vampiress, Kambriel’s story is THE DARK’S MISTRESS, in which, she meets Johnny Santiago (vampire) (I’ll cover his family in February).
Malakai (Kai: werewolf) married Rissa (faery) in MALAKAI. Kai and Rissa have had 5 children (so far).
First born, Daisy Blu (werewolf…for a while) met Beck (werewolf) in GHOST WOLF. Beck’s dad is Severo (werewolf), who met the human (perhaps vampire) Bella in MOON KISSED, and the followup story, AFTER THE KISS. 
Next born to Kai and Rissa was Trouble (werewolf). I currently have his story drafted out. Fingers crossed for publication some time in 2021!
Blade (vampire/faery) is next, and he met Zen (fallen angel?) in THE VAMPIRE’S FALL.
Stryke (werewolf) and Bliss (werewolf) heat up Paris in MOONLIGHT & DIAMONDS. Bliss’s brother Kir (werewolf) draws the short stick when he’s forced to marry Bea (faery) in ENCHANTED BY THE WOLF
And the youngest Saint-Pierre child, Kelyn (faery) finds his true love, Valor (witch) in THE WITCH’S QUEST. Valor’s witchy friends will be featured in another month.

That is the Saint-Pierre family (and a few friends). Give or take some persons I am aware have not yet been born, and/or discovered/revealed. I hope it wasn’t too confusing. 😉 Tune in February for the Santiago/Hawkes family tree!
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Stay weird!

The Vampire Hunter

I’ve been waiting to announce the reissue of this book since mid-October when I uploaded the newly-revised book to Amazon, B&N, and Kobo. Waiting, because I wanted it to be marked free at all sites before I announced it. Well. Hmm. Let’s blame this one on Mercury Retrograde, shall we?

The book uploaded to Amazon and Kobo. But B&N had some issues and it STILL hasn’t uploaded there. Anyway, at Kobo it’s free! Go get it! I’m so happy it’s free somewhere. But Amazon? Urg. I sent out a newsletter telling everyone to go to Amazon and let them know the book was priced free at Kobo, hoping Amazon would price match. (So you know, we authors cannot post a book free at Amazon. It is at Amazon’s discretion to mark things to free and price match.) So…the book actually did go free–and I sent out another newsletter to tell everyone thanks and to go grab it–and then the book reverted back to $3.99 in less than a few hours. What? I seriously have no explanation for why that happened. I’ve emailed Amazon. They said they’d look into it. And now, well, they are ignoring my emails. I am truly sorry. I tried very hard to make this work, but I’m not sure how to get Amazon to cooperate. All I can do now is cross my fingers that eventually the algorithyms will price match the book automatically. So for now, you can get the book free at Kobo. I believe they only offer an epub version.

Kind of took all the fun out of releasing this story that I LOVE and the hero is sexy and smart, and the heroine is a quirk of a witch who gets entangled in a weird faery dust drug ring. I wrote this story when I was watching Breaking Bad. My idea was what if vampires broke bad? Ha! This is the result. I hope you enjoy it.

Contests and Beautiful Danger

I’m back! And much sooner than six or nine months, eh? I’m trying to get into the hang of posting more regularly. Heck, I think I burned out on blogs/websites/social media ages ago (yes, I remember CompuServe). But I still want to connect with my readers so I keep this website and Instagram and Bookbub and Pinterest.

And here’s some great contest opportunities! I’m part of a multi-author promotion. If you want to follow me on Bookbub (follow link at the contest page) you will get a chance to win a Kindle eReader! Click here for that contest.

If you want to follow me on Instagram (again the link is at the contest page) you will get a chance to win a 6-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited! Click here for that contest. (You can enter both.) My Instagram account is mostly cats, succulents, crystals, and daily walk stuff, with the occasional book announcement. It’s just a place where you can get to know me better. I love the visual media!

And speaking of visual…if you’re ever curious about the images, faces, and places that inspire my stories, check out my Pinterest account. I have pages for each of my hero/heroine pairs; just page down to see where they begin in alphabetical order by the hero’s name.

Now, a few weeks ago, I rereleased BEAUTIFUL DANGER, a story set in my world of Beautiful Creatures. It features a human heroine who slays vampires and…the hero is a vampire. He’s an extremely tortured vamp (literally). You see, the werewolves held him captive and forced him to fight against his own kind to the death. He walked away alive, but not without some serious physical and mental issues. I adore this hero. I just want to sweep him into my arms and tell him everything is going to be okay. But since I don’t live on the page, I gave him the perfect heroine to do that for me. Add in some cello and violin music (yes, I’m an orchestra geek), action and danger, Paris, and plenty of sensuality, and this is one of my favorite stories.

Find it at:  Amazon        Barnes & Noble           Kobo

A heads up on my next rerelease: The Vampire Hunter.  Also, watch for a Halloween sale (of which, I haven’t quite figured out what to do, but I will!) toward the end of October.


This Witchery series is out there

Whoo! I’m in! I know! It’s been since April since I’ve posted. My excuse is always that I forget my password or have a heck of a time breaching WordPress’s login, even though I have all the right info. There’s a trick to it, and I haven’t mastered it after all these years.

Anyway, how are you all holding up? I won’t ask for details. Some of us are hanging by a string, others are calmly settled in and still others (me?) want to punch things. Which reminds me, today I start my first boxing workout class. I’m going to punch things! I can’t wait.

So at the beginning of this month I rereleased my favorite mini series within my world of Beautiful Creatures, the This Witchery stories. Because the twins, Certainly and Thoroughly Jones are two of my top heroes ever. Love those guys. Would love to meet Certainly and see his place with all the chandeliers. As always, my stories are written to be read in any order, which is the same of these. But, if you read them in the order they are written then you might see the characters progress along the way as I learned more about them. So that order is: This Glamourous Evil, This Wicked Magic, and This Soul Magic. I did not release This Strange Witchery, as it is still owned by Harlequin, but that is the fourth title, which is about Thoroughly’s daughter, and is also available online.

Here are links to order online:

Amazon: This Glam   This Wicked   This Soul

B&N: This Glam   This Wicked   This Soul

Kobo: This Glam   This Wicked   This Soul

Go forth and get witched!

An amnesiac vampire?

Heck yeah! Okay, so far in my world of Beautiful Creatures, if you’ve read Kiss Me Deadly, you will have run into Truvin Stone. He was a very nasty vampire in that story. But I fell so hard for him. I knew I had to write his story. But first, I had to write about Nikolaus and Ravin’s son, Ivan. So following KMD was The Devil To Pay. And then, I got to explore Truvin’s life. How to make a villain likable? Well, I already adored him. But a little amnesia seemed to also do the trick. So here, reissued for the first time since it’s original pub date in 2008, is His Forgotten Forever…

Truvin Stone no longer remembers his victims…

Or his enemies. As he fights for survival, the only person Truvin can trust is an outsider to his world, an innocent foolish enough to nurse him back to health.…

Truvin’s past is one story Lucy Morgan can’t stop chasing, even after she discovers he is a vampire. Drawn in by his dark side, Lucy is one bite away from feeling the true power of his embrace—and his eternal curse. Standing in the midst of a new war, Truvin holds the key to tipping the balance between vampire and witch. Yet returning to his old, evil ways could destroy Lucy… and deliver to him a fate worse than death.

Purchase at Amazon, B&N, or Kobo