Free Download of Silken Dreams!

Beautiful artwork for the recent e-book release of my novel by Diversion Books

Diversion has a super promotion for those of you who would like a download of my novel Silken Dreams.  It’s available for FREE from August 20th to September 3rd.


A wanted man seeks refuge with the girl who wants him most.

Lettie Grey is in love with a man who exists only in her thoughts. The highwayman, dark and dangerous, dwells in her most wanton fantasies where he stirs her deepest desires. But when Ethan McGuire, a bank robber and fugitive, arrives in her small town, Lettie realizes the sensual stranger of her imagination is more than just a dream.

On the run from the law and a ruthless band of vigilantes, Ethan seeks shelter in the safety of Lettie’s small attic bedroom, and in the heat of her embrace. But can a man who trusts no one give away his heart in the midst of a fight for his life?


This has always been one of my favorites to write since the heroine longs to be a writer.  Sound familiar?  It’s also the first novel to include a couple of my most endearing secondary characters, a pair of elderly maiden sisters, Alma and Amelia Beasley.  (Who also appear in the sequal Silken Promises.)  I hope you’ll take advantage of the free copy!


Thanks to everyone!

life flight shane

(Life Flight Taking Off)

Sorry, everyone, for taking so long to post again.  As many of you know, my husband is a farmer/cattleman–which can sometimes be a dangerous occupation.  A few weeks before school was about to let out, my husband and brother-in-law were involved in a serious accident.  While lifting a 3500 lb. tote of seed with a tractor, the tote slipped, landing on my brother-in-law.  My husband had to unburying him from the seed and hurriedly pull the tote off with the tractor then call for help.  Luckily, local farmers and the volunteer EMT’s had him to the hospital in minutes.  In a little less than an hour, he was being taken by Life Flight to a trauma hospital in Salt Lake City.

My brother-in-law suffered a crushed pelvis, broken ribs, and a punctured lung–and my husband battled with his own grief and feelings of guilt since he’d been at the controls of the tractor.  So this summer has been a stressful one.  Thankfully, my brother-in-law is recovering quickly (he’s up and walking around!) and my husband has been able to keep up with having one less farm worker thanks to all the love and support of our community.  Thank you all so much!  Without you, we couldn’t have made it through such a difficult time.  Your hard work, countless kind words, prayers, and volunteering have truly touched our hearts.