His Mission Continues Even After Death #MFRWBookHooks

His Mission Continues Even After Death #MFRWBookHooks

Darkness bathed Sage Kaimoon. Night brushed against his skin, a tangible cloak that comforted him. He leaned against a decrepit warehouse building, pausing for a moment before duty called. Restrained adrenaline surged through his veins. Damp cement pressed against his...
New Release: Striding Home

New Release: Striding Home

Arcelio (Ace) Mendez lost his career as a jockey and part of his leg in a horrible accident during a race. He thought he’d lost his lover, Danny Raines, too. Ready to move on with his life, he accepts an invitation from 2 Hearts Rescue to come see the horse he’d been...
An Amputee, a Race Horse, And Love #MFRWBookHooks

An Amputee, a Race Horse, And Love #MFRWBookHooks

I am so pleased to bring to you the story of Striding Home, just released yesterday. This is the second book in my 2 Hearts Rescue series, and it’s release coincides with the Bark, Purr, Love event of free and 99 cent books featuring LGBTQIA+ relationships and...
Rescuing Horses and Finding Love #MFRWBookHooks

Rescuing Horses and Finding Love #MFRWBookHooks

The scent of sun-warmed equine failed to push Jay’s blues away. He tried. He buried his face in Jenny’s mane and even shed a few tears. Jenny’s hay-scented breath brushed across his cheek in an intimate caress, and neither the pleasure of that simple moment nor any...
First Glimpse by a Gladiator #MFRWBookHooks

First Glimpse by a Gladiator #MFRWBookHooks

His breath caught at the sight of the man who’d appeared in the doorway. Marius admired the beauty of an uncovered and sculpted chest. No hair concealed the man’s muscled form, and the desire to touch such smooth skin made him curl his free hand into a fist,...
Bobcats in the Ozarks

Bobcats in the Ozarks

We were driving to our camping property about an hour away from where we live (and one county over). I remember seeing them run across the highway in front of us. Coyotes? No. Mountain lions? No, definitely not. They were bobcats, and the pair ran across the road, up...