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Showing posts from July, 2013

Mid Week Tease - The First Kiss

Welcome! I'm going back (just a little bit) in time, to one of my first releases for My Mid Week Tease. Enchanted (Book 1 The Heart of Winter Series) The First Kiss
I could see my breath billow out in front of me like a roll of smoke as we walked over Gapstow Bridge in Central Park.The view south was magnificent.Steel, glass, and concrete buildings rose like modern monuments, towering behind the backdrop of frozen trees with their branches long and twisting.Standing silent, I glanced to the north to find people were in motion, gliding with ease over the ice topped rink.Their colorful winter clothes mixed into a perfect multicolored quilt against the white surface upon which they skated.
Austin and I stood atop the stone span of the bridge which curved gracefully over the narrow neck of the pond.Snow lightly covered the ground, the tops of the stones as well as the pond.Portions of the pond were frozen solid while darker sections of water showed melted through the pristine white, …

Shadows of Light by TC Collins

Hi and thank you so much for having me! Shadows of Light is on Evernight Publishing's coming soon page with the release date set to July 29th. Be sure to drop by and pick up a copy! I hope you enjoy my first baby released out into the world. I am so happy and excited to share a little bit of my crazy thoughts with you. Here's a little teaser to perk your interest, LOL.

Happy reading,



Shadows of Light


Adam walked out of the bathroom with a towel wrapped around his waist. He’d obviously just gotten out of the shower because his skin glistened.
I watched, mesmerized as a water droplet began its slow, delicious descent from his neck, to his surprisingly hairless chest, past the fresh bandage a nurse had just applied before leaving the room, and down his very sexy six-pack, to the intriguing treasure trail to disappear into the towel.
I licked dry lips, vaguely aware of the increase in my heart rate and choppy breathing. The only thing I could think of was following th…

Persuasion Skills by Laurel Cremant

The Scholarly Hero

When it comes to romantic heroes, there are certain qualities that as a reader I just can’t resist, and as a writer I can’t help but include. I like my heroes strong, steadfast, hunky and nerdy. Yup you read that correctly. I love a man with a big chest, lots of heart and rapid fire synapses. The type of man that can engage in both physical and mental foreplay like a champ. A super hot, chess playing champ.

Intelligent heroes are just plain irresistible to me. In the stone age I’m sure a big hulking hunter was the man who got all the ladies swooning. During the Victorian Age, it was the suave merchant with the extra money bag (or two). However, in the age of technology and information literally at our fingertips, a man who knows how to think his way out of a situation or strategize his way to success is a prize worth pursuing.

I know that I’m not the only one who feels this way. On some level many readers appreciate the intelligent hero. The popularity of the billionai…

Vows by Tamaria Soana

Vows by Tamaria Soana
Addison Klein’s marriage is falling apart. She’s contemplating whether she should fight to keep her family together or walk away. After the sudden death of her best friend, Peyton, and a vicious fight with her husband Tyler, Addison knows she needs to finally decide her future.

Just when she thinks she's all alone in making this life altering decision, she gets a little guidance from her guardian angel. Addison rediscovers herself and realizes that the vows she said on her wedding day meant something to her... for as long as we both shall live.

Addison sets a plan in motion to seduce her husband.


Peyton's funeral was beautiful and emotionally overwhelming for me. Tyler went to his parents’ house after the church service to pick up the girls. He was never good at showing emotion or handling it when I did.
I accompanied Colin to the graveside service and the funeral brunch afterward for continued moral support. He was a wonderful man, but he wore his…