Tuesday, May 15, 2018

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Thursday, May 3, 2018

Fresh Fiction Guest Post: Witches, Genies, and Men with Magic. Oh my!

I'm on Fresh Fiction's blog today talking about men with magic, or more specifically the guys in my series. Check it out and leave a comment telling me what swoon-worthy magic talent you'd like your lover to have? READ HERE.


Sunday, February 11, 2018

Totally thrilled to see my upcoming novel, HIS DARK MAGIC, is up for pre-order. There isn't a blurb, cover, or print option availble at this point, but I didn't expect for it to go live this soon. The price may go up later on, so if you want an e-copy this is a great time to order. 


Its power is legendary. It can fulfill every impossible magical desire. But for one young witch seeking redemption, the Northern Circle coven will challenge her skills-and her heart-beyond measure.
One tragic impulsive mistake made Chloe Winslow an outcast to her influential magic family. As a medical student, she wants to combine science with sorcery to heal those she hurt and right her wrongs. But brilliant, charismatic Devlin Marsh re-routes her plans with a once-in-eternity offer: membership in the exclusive Northern Circle, a mysterious Vermont coven known for pushing the limits.
Enthralled by Devlin and their mesmerizing mutual attraction, Chloe makes a dangerous sacrifice to help the Circle's high priestess awaken Merlin himself-and learn his timeless cures. But a foreshadowing soon causes Chloe to doubt the Circle's real motives, as well as Devlin's . . .
Now Merlin's demonic shade is loose in the human world, while Chloe and Devlin's uneasy alliance will pit them against ancient enemies, malevolent illusions, and shattering betrayal. And with the fate of two realms in the balance, Chloe must risk her untried power against a force she can't defeat-and a passion that could
destroy her.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Release Date for Northern Circle Coven Series

I'm so excited to announce I have a release date for 
Northern Circle Coven! 
HIS DARK MAGIC, the first book in the series will be coming December 18th. 

Monday, January 15, 2018

Special Price

A HOLD ON ME. On special today 2.99! 

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Today's Book Quote Wednesday from the very beginning of 


The #Bookqw word is: Cold. 

#KensingtonBooks  #NewEngland #ParanormalRomance

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

My Top Ten Gothic Novels and Movies!

I’ve always loved reading and watching haunting stories with a rich gothic feel, a bit of darkness, and a touch of romance and adventure. Here is a list of my top ten favorites, a mixture of books and movies.

10. The Near Witch: By Victoria Schwab. I loved this young adult novel. It reminded me a lot of a classic nineteenth century gothic novels in tone and setting, but the language was a bit more accessible.

9. The Revenant: by Sonia Gensler. Another modern young adult novel that’s reminiscent of older gothic novels. It’s set in a Cherokee Female Seminary and that adds a fresh dimension to the story.

8. The Raven: by Edgar Allan Poe I actually love listening to audio versions of all of Poe’s poems and short stories even more than reading them.

7. Haunting of Hill House: by Shirley Jackson I enjoyed the story. But the 1963 movie version is the reason it’s on this list. Just perfect, unnerving and vivid.

6. Unspoken: by Sarah Rees Brennan. This is the first book in the Lynburn series. Lots of creepy, traditional gothic elements updated to make this story come across as fresh and modern.

5. Mistress of Mellyn: by Victoria Holt. Actually, I’d like to include all of Victoria Holt’s novels. They are classic mid-twentieth century romantic suspense novels. Honestly, I’m not sure which is my favorite.

4. Dark Shadows: TV show and mid-century novels in general. They are gothic junk food—fun and additive.

3. Beetlejuice: Tim Burton. This movie is just plain fun. It may not be traditional. It’s a celebration of all things gothic.

2. Interview with the Vampire: by Anne Rice. Dark, moody, and scary, this is my favorite Anne Rice novel. But The Witching Hour is a close second.

1. 13th Tale: by Diane Setterfield. This novel is in a class of its own. The writing is stupendous. It is the ultimate gothic novel.  

It’s your turn now. What is your all time favorite gothic novel and/or movie?