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Monday, January 4th, 2016
SHADOW WOLF makes top 100 in romance

SHADOW WOLF makes top 100 in romance

I got a call from my agent last month.  She wanted to congratulate me because the first story in the APACHE PROTECTORS series made the top 100 romances sold reaching number nineteen.  Both my agent and editor were pretty excited, so I was excited, too.

Exciting times.  And times filled with joy and gratitude.

This month I am back to the things I can control and working  on a new story.

Last month, I finished revisions on by third story in TRIBAL LAW which is really good because I just saw that it is listed on Amazon and already has presales, so I’m really relieved to tell you that the book is complete, revisions done, edits and copy-edits submitted.  That means the book is out of my hands and I’ll I have left to do is check my inbox for the cover of this book.  I can’t wait to see it.  So far I am really crazy in love with the covers of SHADOW WOLF and HUNTER MOON.

In book 3 in the APACHE PROTECTOR series, TRIBAL LAW, the second to the oldest brother, Gabe, takes up the search for his missing little sister and, well, I’ll let you read the back cover…

Only the warrior from her past could save her now… 

Tribal police chief Gabe Cosen would do anything to protect his people and their reservation. This sheer dedication to the law had even cost him his fiancée. Selena Dosela had never forgiven him for sending her father to prison. But with trouble back on her doorstep, Gabe vowed to keep her safe.

Only extreme fear for her family would allow Selena to accept Gabe’s help. Despite all they had been through, Selena knew she could trust him with the lives of those she loved. The lawman would never break his word…but if she wasn’t careful, he might break her heart again.


In other news, I’ve finished the final story, NATIVE BORN, and was surprised to see that Amazon already has this one listed, as well.  Here’s the back cover text which is so good, it makes me want to pre-order the book just to see how the series ends.


Apache tribal counsel member Clyne Cosen needs the FBI’s protection. But having Agent Cassidy Walker as his personal bodyguard presents its own dangers. His involvement in the custody battle for Cassidy’s adopted Apache daughter muddled the lines between personal and professional. Now he has feelings for a woman who was not native born.

Cassidy will do her job at any cost. But being so close to Clyne means the FBI agent sees him as more than just the man who could take her daughter—he might also steal her heart. Duty. Desire. Which path will Cassidy take…or will a bullet make that decision for her?


Oooh!  That does sound good.  I’m always impressed with the back cover copy writers at Harlequin.  They really know how to write a compelling hook.

I hope your new year is filled with many good hooks and many great books.