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'It's cold outside, so stay inside and read' HOT SALE! FREE & Bargain Bestsellers!

It's that time of the year again! The time when you just want to stay snuggled up on the couch--reading! 

So, I'm having a HUGE SALE...biggest EVER!!!

Of course, all my books are always priced 'less than a latte' each, but sometimes, I like to give you the firsts in my series FREE or at a super bargain price.

Oh, and for those of you who've asked...the Southern Romantic-Suspense Collection will be available on Barnes & Noble's Nook, iTunes' iBooks, and Kobo by 02/28/2015. Split Decisions, the one y'all have been asking about, is already there.

Romance, betrayal, obsession...

For a limited time, my #1 bestsellerShe Belongs to Me is FREE at all eRetailers!

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Romantic, heart-wrenching whodunit...

Amazon Only!

Coming to all eRetailers

Prepare to believe the unbelievable!

Creatus (They Exist) will be

$0.99 for a limited time!

Amazon Only!

Or, get all Four Books for only $5.99!

If you like your paranormal romantic-suspense with a realistic twist, don't miss this! Four Books, 698 Pages! 

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They say The Depot is haunted...

If you like your mystery dipped in a little bit of the un-explainable, grab this FREE short story. The follow-up novel is only $2.99!

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