I remember walking down the sidewalks with my older brother or friends, scuffing our feet through piles of leaves and, in later years, trying to avoid jokesters with cans of shaving cream or silly string. I didn’t like the idea that other kids were welcome to basically attack you on the street, but I did like the magic and fantasy of it all. I liked the costumes and the idea that I could be someone else for one magical night.
That’s probably why I always had an interest in the paranormal and the romance of the full moon on a late October night. My most recent books reflect that interest, of course. Lots of shapeshifters, vampires, and things that go bump in the night. 😉 In fact, I’ve recently started a new series about a family of werecougars who live in Las Vegas. The series is called the Redstone Clan and there will be five books in total – one for each of the five Redstone brothers. The first book, GRIF, is out now in print and ebook formats, and the second book in the series, RED, will be out in mid-October.
Redstone Clan #1
Lindsey Tate is human, but very aware of the werewolf Pack that lives near her grandfather’s old cabin. She’s come to right a wrong her grandfather committed against the Pack and salvage what’s left of her family’s honor – if the wolves will let her. Mostly, they seem intent on running her out of town on a rail.
But the golden haired stranger, Grif, comes to her rescue more than once. He stands up for her against the wolf Pack and then helps her fix the old generator at the cabin, making it habitable for her while she completes her task. He’s friendly and all too attractive, but she has a job to do, regardless of the cost to herself or her budding relationship with the local handyman.
When she performs the ceremony she expects will end in her death, the shifter deity has other ideas and turns the tables on them all. Grif’s dual nature is revealed and Lindsey learns there is much more going on than she thought.
Cats are frisky and they get up to all sorts of naughtiness, including a frenzy-induced multi-partner situation that might be a little intense for some readers. You have been warned.
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