The last thing Jazz singer Lola Johnson wants is a man in her life-no matter how appealing his sexy dimple and boy-next-door charm.
William Pullman wants Lola the moment he sees her on the stage, and he’ll do anything to convince her their racial and social differences don’t matter even in 1959 Chicago.
In a smoky lounge filled with the liberating sounds of music, two souls learn love is colorless and has no boundaries.
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Melanie McLean wants justice for her brother’s murder and won’t let the police brush his death aside, even when other victims surface.
Remy Borden has one goal: Race…and win. Like blinders on a horse, nothing will sidetrack that goal, especially pigheaded men.
With each kill, Angel must face the terrifying truth she’s been hiding for twenty years.
Restoration architect Josie Fagan takes on a project with lawyer and senator’s son, Patrick Pullman. It’s the perfect match.
Nineteen authors from around the world were given six weeks or less to produce “a story involving a mother somehow.”
As a kid, I devoured Nancy Drew mysteries before graduating to historical romances in my teens.
There was never a time in my life I didn’t want to write, and why I got a typewriter for my ninth birthday.
I planned to write historical and contemporary romances, but fate had other plans when an old story I choose for an online writing class turned into a mystery and my first published book, FOR THE LOVE OF JAZZ.
Soon after, dead bodies and serial killers starting showing up in my stories and I was dragged kicking and screaming into the romantic suspense genre. I was hooked!
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