Tuesday, March 5, 2019


Washington Island Romance series

Right now, my Friday Harbor novel is free on Kindle! For a few days, you can get my Friday Harbor novel, book one, free. (March 3 - 7). Here's what an Amazon reviewer had to say about this novel:

“If you’re looking for an emotionally satisfying, Hallmark movie type of romantic escape you’ll find it in Finding Love in Friday Harbor, Washington.”


It's been an interesting last few days! My Whidbey novel released on March 1. You can still get it on Kindle for a sale price of $2.99. Here's what an early reader had to say about Finding Love on Whidbey Island, Washington

"Wow! You took me to the depths and then to the heights! I was so there! There at Whidbey, there in the kitchen (with your characters), there in Roy's home full of love. Great job!"


On the same day of book three's release, I learned that my Bainbridge Island novel was a Selah Contest finalist! That's book two in the same series.  Here's what an early reader had to say about this novel:

"I liked this book better than the first, and I thought book one was exceptional."

If you enjoy escaping to the beach, even if only in your imagination, check out this series and take some time to read and relax. Buy all three for around $8.00 for the next few days. If you're on Kindle Unlimited, the series is always free.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Finding Love on Whidbey Island, Washington

FL on Whidbey Island, Washington

Releasing March 1! 

This is book three in my Washington Island Romance series. The pre-order link is live now. Here's the summary:

Could what drove them apart be what draws them back together?

Liberty Winfield lives with loss every day. She’d rather leave her history behind her, but when faced with moving back to her hometown, the past becomes unavoidable. She takes a job at the florist shop owned by her ex-boyfriend’s family from a decade ago. Now he’s unavoidable.

Clay Garrison knows the pain of ruing his mistakes. Most of his regrets center around Liberty. If he could undo his poor choices, he would. Liberty is back. He has one more chance to make things right. She doesn’t believe anyone could love her unconditionally, so he sets out to prove her wrong. He must also try to right the biggest wrong of their past, knowing that in doing so, he could lose her forever.

Will addressing the past together help them find love?

These books read as stand-alones, so don't feel you have to read the first two in the series to catch on to what's happening. 

Here are the other two in the series:

FL in Friday Harbor, Washington
Book One: Finding Love in Friday Harbor, Washington

Will keeping his promise lead to another broken heart—or help them find love again?

Professor Mikaela Rhoades has a plan: she’ll encourage her students’ marine biology research through an exclusive program while helping an old family friend’s whale touring business stay afloat. The challenge is the tour captain is her first love and ex-fiancĂ©. Mikaela longs to help his family in the wake of his father’s death, but she’s keeping secrets. She’ll have to face her past and overcome her concerns about the future to make it through the summer. 

Captain Hunter Cahill has taken over the family touring business after his father’s death. Unfortunately, he’s drowning in grief and debt. He’s hoping the incoming stodgy professor will help resurrect the failing business, but he’s not prepared when that professor turns out to be Mikaela, his former fiancĂ©e. To make matters more difficult, he’d promised his father to pursue her if she ever returned to the island single. The more time they spend together, the easier it is to keep that promise, though she still plans to leave at the end of the season. How much will it cost him to spend the summer romancing Mikaela?

FL on Bainbridge Island
Book Two: Finding Love on Bainbridge Island, Washington

Jenna-Shea Brown considers herself a broken therapist. Years ago, she witnessed something that caused PTSD. She can’t let her boss or her patients know about her battle. Who would want to trust her to help them, when she can’t help herself? She’s finally able to find a fresh start in her family’s beach cabin, but the renovations aren’t complete. Her parents have hired her ex-boyfriend to finalize them, but his negligence led to her being in the wrong place at the wrong time all those years ago.

Liam Barrett is trying to prove he’s nothing like his deadbeat dad. He’s working hard, yet still failing. Adrenaline and adventure offer him a diversion, but maybe he can’t escape his genes. He’d like to make things right with Shea, but he’s unsure if she’ll forgive him. Meanwhile, he’s challenged to forgive his father. He’s also worried about Shea and all these episodes she won’t explain. Now that they’re back in close proximity, he’s falling for her again. But can anything heal the past?