Blame The Moonlight

Movie makeup artist, Chelsea Davenport, turns invisible in moonlight.  As a descendant of the Nevidemi, she can’t help it, she just fades to nothing. A recent Hollywood “ghost” sighting spooks her into joining a public relations crew bound for Haven Harbor, Massachusetts, a town populated by witches. Rather than escaping her problems, she’s landed in a cauldron of new difficulties, triggered by a full moon and a chance encounter with her old high school boyfriend who is now a (gasp!) journalist.  She needs a safe harbor but can she trust the sanctuary she finds in his arms?

Brandon Parker needs a big story to break him out of the doghouse with his news editor, who sent him to Haven Harbor to cover Halloween preparations.  The discovery of a woman who fades away in moonlight could be his ticket out of this small town hell, but reawakened attraction for his never-forgotten girlfriend along with appreciation of her unique abilities has him tied up in knots.  

Will Chelsea Davenport become front-page news, or are the witches of Haven Harbor just stirring the pot? 



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Hope you’re enjoying the summer reading a great romance poolside, or maybe on an exciting vacation trip somewhere exotic.  This summer I have some releases to share.  My rights have reverted on three books which I can now share at reduced prices.  The first novella comes out in July, Blame the Moonlight.  This is a contemporary version of a heroine who turns invisible in moonlight.  It was originally released as part of the Welcome to Haven Harbor anthology last year, but now I’m releasing it as a stand-alone novella.  It will be in the Kindle Select program for ninety days, then it’ll distributed wide in October.  Perfect for Halloween as this is a Halloween story.

In August, I’ll be re-releasing The Education of Mrs. Brimley.  While I hate to lose that beautiful Berkley cover, I think Lyndsay Lewellen did a fabulous job.  What do you think?

September will bring the re-release of The Seduction of a Duke.  I’m re-reading it now to format into a digital and paperback version for release.  Watch the newsletter for details.



Sending a shout out to Amy Conly for sending me this sparkly peacock pen.  I’ll be using it at booksignings.  Thank you!