Why write in a series?
I love writing books in a series. Not only do I get to revisit old characters, but the world I create becomes richer and more defined. A lot of the series below started as standalone stories. The Heart of Texas started off as one book and in the blink of an eye I was up to book 8 (the series is now complete!)
Where should you start?
If you love cowboys then you may want to try my Texas series, or my Montana series, or my new Wyoming series which starts in 2018. If you like heroes and action/adventure then Sanctuary, or Heroes, or my Bodyguards series could be where you start. The Railers Hockey Romance series is all about falling in love in a sports environment with hot hockey action, and is co-written with V.L. Locey. If you like small town romance between first responders, bad boys, and barman, then you could give Ellery Mountain a go.
Just click on the first of each series and you will be taken to book one for buy links, reviews and excerpts. There will also be links on that page for all the subsequent books in the series.
Legacy (spin off from Texas, Cowboys)
Wyoming (WIP, Cowboys)
Sanctuary Master Post | Sanctuary Paperback Volumes | Guarding Morgan | The Only Easy Day | Face Value | Still Waters | Full Circle | The Journal Of Sanctuary One | Worlds Collide | Accidental Hero | Ghost | By The Numbers
Ellery Mountain (Small Town Romance)
Ellery Mountain Master Post | The Fireman & the Cop | The Teacher & the Soldier | The Carpenter & the Actor | The Doctor & the Bad Boy | The Paramedic & the Writer | The Barman & the SEAL | The Agent & the Model | The Saint & The Sinner
Bodyguards Inc (Action/Adventure)
Harrisburg Railers with V.L. Locey (Hockey Romance)
Sapphire Cay with Meredith Russell
Shadow Of The Wolf with Diane Adams (Paranormal)
End Street Detective Agency with Amber Kell (Paranormal)
Salisbury with Chris Quinton
Love Is… (Young Adult)
MF Contemporary, family, small town romance