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Friday, August 14, 2015

Thank you Cree for hosting me and my new release…...

I have has always loved writing. I started out with short stories and then took the bold move onto novels. Not a single day goes by that I don’t do some form of writing. I am an avid reader, and when time allows, I try to read at least two books per month, thanks to the  convenience of the E Reader, which makes it easy to shop the bookstores from the comfort of one’s home.
I am new to romance writing and it has been quite a challenge, but I am enjoying it tremendously.
Endless Possibilities – Call of the Heart - is my twelfth novel published by Siren Book Strand. Part 1 –Endless Possibilities was released on August 4th.
I’ve spent much of my time in airports around the world, and used that time to read. Sometimes there were two or three heavy novels tucked away in my carry-on, just in case one of the books didn’t hold my interest. Back then there wasn’t such a thing as an E Reader. (lol) In addition to my love of books, is my love of travel, cooking and gardening. Favorite food? Authentic Thai cooking.
I was born in the Caribbean, lived in Northern Italy, Mumbai, India and spent thirteen years in Germany. I now make Ontario, Canada, my home. If I could live anywhere else in the world, I would choose New Zealand or Bali, because of the natural beauty and culture of both countries.

Heat Rating: SEXTREME
Word Count: 40,806
Available Formats:-  PDF , HTML, E PUB, MOBI
PRE-ORDER!      AVAILABLE: Tuesday, August 18th




When Skye and Rory relocate to Anchorage to join Charlie Higgins, life starts anew for the three lovers. Charlie’s career as an architect soars, and with Margie Pemberton’s help, Rory becomes a success in the art world. Margie is the wealthy wife of Charlie’s boss, but she shows an unusual amount of interest in Rory which does not sit well with Skye and Charlie. They think she is a cougar whose sole interest is getting Rory into her bed. Charlie sets to investigate Margie and in a conversation with his father back in Cherry Hill, what Charlie learns shocks him. He confronts Margie with what he has learned, and finds out that her reasons for helping Rory are quite the opposite from what he believes. Rory is becoming reckless in the relationship, bringing friction in the household, but a few words from Charlie sets him back on the right path.

     Skye Lark opened her eyes to the sun streaming through the opening in the bedroom curtains. She turned and stared at Rory, who was sprawled naked across the bed and still asleep. She quietly crawled out of bed and looked back at him. He was snoring lightly and she smiled as she watched his manly chest lifting and falling as he inhaled and exhaled. Barefoot and still in her pajamas, she opened the bedroom door and headed for the stairs. She was thirsty and walked in the direction of the kitchen to get a  glass of water, but found that Charlie had bought a huge bottle of orange juice. He remembered how much she liked a glass of orange juice first thing in the morning, and she loved him for it.
Charlie was sitting in his office when she walked by, but she didn’t see him. He had just dialed his father’s number and ended the call when he saw her. Her long blonde hair was down and flowed down to her waist, giving her the appearance of a nymph suddenly appearing from the mist. The little top she was wearing seemed to increase her ample breast size, and her long, bare legs brought back memories that made his cock stir.
It was eerily quiet in the house, and so she poured herself a glass of orange juice, thinking she was the only one awake. She hadn’t seen Charlie since the previous evening when she decided she would go to bed, after such a long and harrowing day.  Standing in front of the balcony door, she looked out onto the beautiful scenery. She opened it and stepped out into the balmy morning. The air was fresh and clean and she breathed deeply, filling her lungs with the unpolluted air. Below on the lawn, she noticed a mother deer and fawn nibbling on the grass, and she continued to watch them as she slowly sipped her juice. Catching sight of the glaciers in the distance, she gazed at the undisturbed, natural beauty with the rising sun kissing them softly on their snow-capped peaks.
Charlie stood in the doorway and stared at her, his eyes swallowing up the curvature of her body.
“Good morning,” he said, stepping onto the veranda.
She jumped when she heard his voice.
“You’re up early. What are you looking at?”
“The deer,” she replied, turning around and noticing his robe hanging open, with his goods on view for her to see. Her heart started to race and she felt his warm breath on her neck as he drew closer.
“You couldn’t sleep?” he asked in a soft tone.
“I was thirsty,” she said, pretending her sole interest was the mother deer and fawn, but her mind was on what his closeness was doing to her.
“She hangs around here every morning,” he said, imprisoning her and staring over her shoulders at the two animals grazing below.
“They’re very beautiful,” she whispered.
“They’re wild,” he replied, drawing closer and licking her ear lobe—“but not half as wild as you.”

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