Moonlight Protector

Until July 15th, get Moonlight Protector, book 1 in the Ashton Grove Werewolves series, on sale for $2.99 at!

Cole Andrews, biologist by trade and werewolf by blood, is tired of being alone. He and his two brothers live in the large Victorian home that had belonged to their parents. He’s always wanted to find his mate and start a family. Now that he’s in his thirties, he’s starting to give up hope. He’s already seen all of the women available in his small town of Ashton Grove and so far none of them are “the one.”

Marin Thomas is fleeing for her life. After being abducted and held hostage, she is determined to escape the maniac once and for all. Stealing his car, she travels as far and as fast as she can – until a car accident lands her in some woods near Ashton Grove, Georgia. Fighting for her very life, she finds herself begging a wolf for help.

Is Marin the mate that Cole has been waiting for? Or will she end up with one of his brothers? One sniff tells him that she belongs to his pack. The only question that remains is who will win her heart?

February Buy One Get One FREE!

Yep, you heard me right, I said Buy One Get One FREE!  From Monday, February 9th, until Monday, February 23rd, if you purchase a copy of Moonlight Protector, written by yours truly, on either Amazon Kindle or Wild Horse Press, you can receive a free copy of Angel’s Fire, Demon’s Blood, written by Tamela Quijas. Or, vice versa … Purchase Ms. Quijas’s book and you get mine free!

This offier is only good on E-Books!  All you have to do is purchase one of the above titles at Amazon Kindle or Wild Horse Press, email the receipt/proof of purchase to, and they will send a PDF copy of the other book completely FREE!

Be sure to jump on this excellent Valentine’s Special!

Update with my new publisher …

Things are moving along rather well with Wild Horse Press.  I sold over 40 e-book copies and 1 paperback copy of Moonlight Protector in January.  Since the paperback wasn’t released until later in the month (and paperback sales just don’t seem to be doing all that well right now anyways), I’m happy with the end results for January.  It seems that Moonlight Protector is already off to a good start for February as it has already sold 10 e-book copies this month.


I’ve seen the Wild Horse Press name on several sites, a few blogs, and they even have a MySpace page …  My book was submitted for review at several places, one of which responded with a 5 out of 5 rating (Satin & Lace Reviews) and I’ve seen it posted by Wild Horse Press in more than one group as a current release.  I’m happy with the promotion that’s been done thus far.

Over all, I’m very satisfied with the progress of Moonlight Protector.  2009 seems to be bringing good things my way!


I realized this morning that I’ve been so busy writing that I haven’t been blogging. To give you an update, Whispering Lake has now received two excellent reviews!

Linda Sole @ Red Roses for Authors gave it 4 out o5 Roses, visit the Red Roses site for the full review!

“Werewolves, witches and ghosts oh, my. This one has all that and suspense that will keep you guessing just where this one will end up. It is an interesting book to read as it is hard to put down. You will be glued to your seat until the very end.”

Shannon @ Shannon’s Satin & Lace Reviews gave it 5 out of 5 hearts! Visit for the full review.

“The author weaves an amazing and riveting tale of love and desire, hope and fear with a little bit of wicked fun thrown in the mix. This book will stir your senses with the combination of fantasy and reality leaving you wanting more from this amazing new author. This is a must read story.”

Whispering Lake’s sales are doing pretty well, available in both e-book (Amazon Kindle, Hearts on Fire, Coffee Time – and coming soon to Fictionwise!) and as a large paperback (,, and Hearts on Fire Books).

The sequel, Moonlight Protector, was released December 1st. Hopefully the reviews will start trickling in for Moonlight before too long. 🙂

I can honestly say that the day Whispering Lake, my first novel, was accepted for publishing I was excited beyond words and felt accomplished. Then I realized it didn’t matter if it was published if it didn’t sell … well, now it’s selling and getting good reviews. It makes you feel like you really did accomplish something!

For me, the best part of being an author, is seeing someone read your book… being able to watch their facial expressions and hearing them laugh when they reach a humorous part. Every time I see someone with a paperback copy of my book, it seems surreal. I think “I did that, that’s my book”…

This author’s day has definitely been made! I could not have asked for a better Christmas present!

Hmm… then again, I can think of one or two. 🙂