Welcome to my readers!

Whether you're here because you like my contemporary romances, or because you've discovered my mainstream book-club fiction, I hope you'll find something new to try.

Contemporary Romance

With nine novellas and short stories already launched from Montana Born Books this exciting imprint is gaining new fans all the time. Next up is the prequel novella for my River Bend series, launching in January.

Read an excerpt from Late Last Night.

Click on these links to purchase the Copper Mountain Rodeo novellas and the Christmas At Copper Mountain novellas in print, each in its own anthology edition.

Click here to buy all the stories in ebook form. Most of them are also available from other ebook outlets, including Nook, iTunes and Kobo.

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Late Last Night

The Sweetest Thing

 

Meanwhile, the final Cherry Sisters book is out now. RT Bookreviews gave this one 4.5 stars, and I think you’ll like it too.

 

Mainstream Book-club Fiction:

These mainstream book club novels are still available. All Dressed Up and Café du Jour have new covers, which I love! They really show the warmth of the stories.

 

Saving Gerda

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All Dressed Up

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Cafe du Jour

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Special Deals at Montana Born Books

  • There are some great sales coming up on my books and others. Read more on the News page.

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  • This is the headline item, this month. To coincide with the release of each of my River Bend novels, Ill be doing some great contests that are open only to my newsletter subscribers. Read more on the News page.

Montana Born Books and Tule Publishing Group

  • This new publisher is going from strength to strength, and our books are now available in print as well as ebook. Read more on the News page.

The Cherry Sisters

  • I loved giving Mary Jane her own happy ending after so long. Meanwhile, RT Bookreviews called The Baby Made At Christmas a page-turning, picturesque, feast for the senses. Read more on the News page.

On Process

  • It’s not just writers who need to understand process. I’m re-focusing my blog to examine the subject of process - how we do what we do - in all sorts of areas. Read More.

You, the reader

  • If you’ve enjoyed my books and want to read more of them, or if you want to help me get the word out to more readers, what can you do? Read More.

 

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