Three women, three men, three spirits guarding a dangerous river. A tale of lost artworks, jealousy, sex, larceny and genius set high above the mighty Potomac.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

....................Exquisite Christmas #3 at Kindle


Check out my story Che Gelida Manina, a heartwarming story of new/old love. And my contributions of Swedish Coffeebread and Lemon Rosemary Shortbread. Authors include M. S. Spencer, Victoria Adams, Rose Anderson, E. Ayers, Beverley Bateman, Lily Bishop, Barb Caffrey, Helena Fairfax, J.D. Faver, Jennifer Garcia, Romy Gemmell, Vonnie Hughs, Susan Jaymes, Gemma Juliana, Jean Lamb, Lyndi Lamont, Zanna Mackenzie, Janis Susan May, Dee Ann Palmer, Jane Leopold Quinn, and Kaye Spencer. 

Now available for pre-order, Exquisite Christmas is already NUMBER                                                  THREE on the Kindle bestseller list! Get your copy now.

Happy Holidays! 

Monday, November 23, 2015

Three Sisters...and Three Sisters

Come find me at Tracey Steinbach’s wonderful site today:  
The Three Sisters of the Potomac

I’m talking about the Three Sisters—not just Miranda, Sybil and Honor, the sisters in my romantic suspence Triptych, but also the Three Sisters, 3 rocky islets in the middle of the mighty Potomac River in Washington DC. Many legends surround these islands, some of  which even affect Miranda and Luc.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Lost Masterworks and Romance at Smile Somebody Loves You

Come find me at Smile Somebody Loves You today:
I’m offering a new romantic excerpt from my romantic adventure Triptych—the moment Miranda meets Luc. Plus some fascinating historical tidbits about long-lost art…a hint at what’s to come in Triptych.

Take lost masterpieces, brilliant inventors, and stolen prototypes. Add the Three Sisters, Indian spirits who guard the Potomac River. Stir in three sisters and their lovers. Result? Jealousy, sex, genius, larceny and love. Who will end up with whom, and will the Three Sisters take another life as the legend demands?

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Two Posts, Two Wonderful Excerpts from Triptych

I'm at Chris Redding's site this weekend with a nod to the Wizard of Oz in a sweet excerpt from Triptych:

While you're there, check out her latest: 

For another excerpt--sweet and bittersweet: please drop by Devika Fernando’s lovely site for a new excerpt—very romantic!—from my romantic suspense Triptych.  Read it here:

Check out Devika's work too: here's one gorgeous cover: