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THE CHRISTMAS GAME
Alone in London on business just before Christmas, Marc Perron meets an intriguing young woman working at a bookshop. A light flirtation seems to lead nowhere, but the night before he returns to Paris, she knocks on his hotel room door.
Madelaine’s taking a risk, but no one’s ever looked at her the way Marc does, and she’s not about to pass up a chance to get to know him better. When he suggests a game of wagers, she can’t resist challenging him. And herself.
Their matchup is a fiery one and each wager tops the last, the sexual heat between them crackling. Neither want to lose the game, but Madelaine fears she might be losing her heart as well.
Part of the Le Chat Rouge series. (Can be read as a stand-alone.)
THE ARTIST'S MUSE
Broke and desperate after her girlfriend leaves her for a man, Colette finds a job as an artist’s model. When she arrives for an interview, she’s surprised to meet a striking young woman, Lise Beauclerc. Her relief at not having to pose for a man turns to infatuation as she observes Lise during their sessions, creating fantasies in her mind during the hours she poses.
Colette has no idea if Lise would return her affections, and when she finally gets up the courage to ask her out, their connection is more than she’d ever hoped for. However, a few days later, Lise introduces her to Marcel, her former fiancé. They seem intimately involved, and Colette is devastated. Will her dreams of Lise be unrequited?
MOONLIGHT & LOVE SONGS
When Le Chat Rouge's pianist, Benoît Grenier, meets the club's new singer, his world is turned upside down. He'd given up ever finding someone to love. His hopes and dreams of a life beyond the club are revived, while his heart heals.
Daniel Marceau has come from Marseille, looking to escape bad decisions and worse memories. He never expected to fall in love, and when his past catches up with him it could ruin the only thing he's ever found worth living for.
Daniel's fears and his reluctance to ask Benoît for help could cost them everything they've worked so hard to create.
THE PARIS GAME
On the darker side of Paris, it’s dangerous to not pay your debts…
A singer in a jazz club past its prime, Sera Durand must come up with thousands of euros to pay back her boss, a ruthless gangster. A confrontation with her ex, an art dealer profiting on the wrong side of the law, leads her into a questionable wager, but one that could solve her problems.
Marc Perron knows a winning proposition when he sees one. Seducing a shy young woman of Sera’s acquaintance will be the easiest thing in the world, and the prize, to have Sera in his bed once again, is worth the chance of losing a sizable sum. What he didn’t expect was the depth of Sera’s desperation.
When one of his deals goes awry, Marc’s solution could cost them more than money…
BETTING ON LOVE (February 2015 - Bold Strokes Books)
Land poor, Elly leaves the family farm and heads to the big city to become something better than a waitress at a small-town diner. Though she’s succumbed to economic necessity and the siren song of her one-time lover, Alex, she can’t bear to give up the farm, which has been in her family for generations. As much as she wants to, she can’t have everything she desires, and she’ll have to decide what is more important: the past or the future.
Alex has always been a daredevil, up for anything, never tying herself down to anyone. When she falls head over heels for quiet Elly, everyone’s surprised, no one more than her best friend and occasional lover, Will. As things heat up between them, Elly must choose between her past and her future, and Alex is faced with a decision that will shake her to the core of all she holds dear.
THE LONDON GAME (Fall/Winter 2014)
What I’m Working On
1. THE LONDON GAME
The continuation of Marc & Sera's story.
2. THE ORPHEUS
A novel set in 1920s Chicago.
3. Untitled (Will's Story)
The story of Will Fraser, Alex's friend from Betting on Love.
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Martinis and Murder (Henry Kane)
A Dangerous Liaison (Carole Seymour-Jones)
When Will There Be Good News? (Kate Atkinson)
What I’ve Read RecentlyThe Cuckoo's Calling (Robert Galbraith)
The Priest (Tiffany Reisz)
Midnight Train to Paris (Juliette Sobanet)
The Woman in the Fifth (Douglas Kennedy)
Dark Soul: The Complete Collection (Aleksandr Voinov)
Kissing Adrien (Siri Mitchell)
On Writing (Stephen King)
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13 rue Therese (Elena Mauli Shapiro)
Too French and Too Deadly (Henry Kane)
In a Lonely Place (Dorothy B Hughes)
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