Whirlwind Romance

A rush of emotion dropped a veil over all but the tiny world of the two people in seats 11A and 11B, in a jet plane floating somewhere over the Atlantic, in a still moment in time.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Happily Ever After Thoughts Hosts Whirlwind Romance

The primary element in any romance is the HEA—the Happily Ever After ending. So why not name your blog that so everyone knows what you’re about? I’m proud to be a guest on Happily Ever After Thoughts today, where we’ll look at Whirlwind Romance, in which the heroine comes back to an island after a hurricane and discovers a bedraggled fellow in her mangroves. She is kidnapped, helps save a tiny island nation, and finds love in unexpected places. We're talking princes, pirates, Puritans, and paradise! Read a lovely excerpt here:

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Penhallow Train Incident Accepted!

Happy Happy Happy! The Penhallow Train Incident has just been accepted by the fabulous folks at Secret Cravings Publishing. As soon as I stop dancing I'll get down to business. FYI here's the blurb: 


In the sleepy coastal Maine town of Penhallow, a stranger dies on a train, setting off a chain of events that draws Rachel Tinker, director of the Penhallow Historical Society, and Griffin Tate, curmudgeonly retired professor, into a spider’s web of archaeological obsession and greed. Before Rachel can unlock the soft heart that beats under Griffin’s hard crust, they must find the map to the Queen of Sheba’s tomb, and solve not one, but three murders.

Look for it in June!

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Whirlwind Romance Book of the Day

Hurry on down to your local Facebook group to hear more about Whirlwind Romance, my latest romantic suspense. Here's the blurb:
In the aftermath of a hurricane, jelly maker Lacey Delahaye finds herself marooned on an island on the Gulf coast of Florida with a mysterious man. They are immediately drawn to each other, but before Armand can confess his identity, they are kidnapped and taken to a tiny island in the western Caribbean. There, Lacey finds herself faced with pirates, fanatical ideologues, and palace intrigue, not to mention the advances of three men, only one of whom she loves.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Mason's Mark at Jennifer Labelle's Today--Win a Copy!

Who to trust? The policeman, the handsome Senator, or the secret agent? After finding a mysterious Italian murdered, Claire must decide who will protect her, who loves her, and who wants to kill her.  Thrills, mystery and romance in The Mason’s Mark: Love and Death in the Tower by M. S. Spencer.

Get your free copy! All you have to do is enjoy a HOT excerpt and leave a comment at Jennifer Labelle’s fantastorific site today:  http://labellebooks.blogspot.com/2015/03/a-new-release-great-giveaway-with-ms.html

Monday, March 9, 2015

Sunday, March 8, 2015

M. S. Spencer Tale Spinner: Best Sellers

M. S. Spencer Tale Spinner: Best Sellers: Tooting my own horn: at Secret Cravings Publishing ( http://store.secretcravingspublishing.com ) THREE of my books have consistently been in...

Best Sellers

Tooting my own horn: at Secret Cravings Publishing (http://store.secretcravingspublishing.com) THREE of my books have consistently been in the Top Ten Sellers in Mystery. Check out Artful Dodging: the Torpedo Factory Murders, Losers Keepers, and Mai Tais and Mayhem: Murder at Mote Marine for fun mystery and sexy romance. Artful Dodging is also a best-seller in Romantic Suspense and Mainstream Romance.

Friday, March 6, 2015

M. S. Spencer Tale Spinner: Facebook

Attention everyone. Apparently Facebook has decided my account M S Spencer can't be used anymore. Please friend me on my new, albeit odd, name: M S Spencer Spencer. Thanks so much everyone, and sorry for the inconvenience! 

Facebook

Attention everyone. Apparently Facebook has decided my account M S Spencer can't be used anymore. Since my professional work is separate from my private life I do not wish to use my private name on Facebook. Therefore, unless their policy changes,  you will not be able to communicate with me on Facebook. I apologize for any inconvenience and suggest you make your views known to Facebook.