Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Holiday Release: The Alpha's Bride by Karenna Colcroft

When werewolf Alpha Justin Ruel learns that his mate Tareth McConnell is pregnant, he plans a Christmas surprise she'll never forget.

Werewolf Alpha Justin Ruel had believed he could never be a father, since werewolf females can't carry children to term. But his mate Tareth McConnell is human. Tareth fears telling Justin she's pregnant. They've known each other only three months, and although they're true mates, she worries that it's too soon for a child.

When Tareth confesses the truth to Justin, he's thrilled. Knowing that he will have a child is the best Christmas gift he could have received. And with his pack's help, Justin plans to make Tareth's Christmas just as memorable.

Holiday Release: A Christmas Hope by Kassanna

Hope Springs isn't looking forward to the holidays and would prefer to skip them all together. Left pregnant, she works long hours as a physical therapist to make ends meet. Through a twist of luck she inherits Lucas MacIntyre, the surliest of patients known to make his caregivers cry.

Lucas is an Afghanistan war vet who lost his leg and most of his personality in combat. He's miserable and doesn't care who knows it. Then he meets Hope with her infectious smile and soft voice.

Will they able to see beyond the hurt to realize they are exactly what they need for each other?

Monday, December 17, 2012

Holiday Release: 12 Day of Xanthus by Shyla Colt

Burned out from work and failed relationships, Violet O'Shea is in need of a break. A few weeks at the family cabin seemed like the cure all. Until a tan warrior built like a Viking crash lands his spaceship and ends up on her porch.

Xanthus has twelve days until his slave bands become inactive and freedom is gained from the Amazon queen he serves. After a life of being used for the pheromones that incite sexual pleasure Xanthus is amazed by the woman committed to helping him. Can he convince her their bond is more than a chemical response?

Holiday Release: Angela's Christmas List by S.G. Smith

All Angela Mancuso wants for Christmas is a mind-blowing-rock-your world orgasm, and she accidentally includes it on her family Christmas List.

Orgasm's during sex. Most women want them; few ever achieve them. Angela Mancuso has convinced herself that she is in the vast majority of women that will never have one during sex. Her apparently multi-orgasmic best friend tries to convince her that she can. Not only can she but they can be mind blowing-rock-your world ones. Her perfect in every other way lover hasn't succeeded so far but seems blissfully unaware.

While preparing her family Christmas list Angela impetuously includes One Mind Blowing Rock Your World Orgasm and then forgets to delete it. The result is a night that she will never forget.

Holiday Release: Snowy Carolina by Imari Jade

All song-writer Palin James wanted was to return to Piedmont, North Carolina, a place where she always felt safe. She planned to raise her future kids away from the hustle and bustle of city life. But her dreams could be shattered if construction owner Sean Nichols got his hands on her uncle's land.

Sean Nichols always dreamed of opening a winter resort on a patch of land owned by his deceased neighbor. He'd always thought his younger brother Pete shared his dream until Pete fell in love with the land's new owner. Was blood thicker than water? Or was love more powerful?

Friday, November 30, 2012

ML Guida stops by for a chat

Colleen: Good Morning! Today sitting with us is ML Guida, author of Betrayal. Let’s get started. Do you recall the very first book you read that turned you on to romance/erotic books?

ML Guida: Yes, I do. The first romance/erotic book I read was Sweet Savage Love by Rosemary Rogers. I fell in love with Ginny and Steve’s story and devoured all of Rosemary’s books. I next got hooked on Johanna Lindsey’s books, but it was Sherrilyn Kenyon’s series that got me hooked on paranormal romance. 

Colleen: Ahh Sweet Savage Love is one of my first loves, too! Stole my mother’s copy. Maybe I shouldn’t put that in print, she usually reads my work! Let’s move on. Lots of writers find inspiration in other media, especially the music industry. Do you listen to music while you write? If so who?

ML Guida: No, I’m probably a terrible writer. I like to watch television, but it’s paranormal stories that help propel my writing. My favorite series to watch is Supernatural, written and produced by Eric Kripke. I love Dean and Sam Winchester, but like the Twilight series, there are two camps and I would be in Sam’s. What about you?

Colleen: Here we are opposite. I am a huge music fan, but don’t watch television very much. I have read Twilight, but never saw the movies. Not typical I know! Tell us about your current story.

ML Guida: I am currently working on the sequel to Betrayal, Angels of Death. This is Blade’s story of being punished and having to make amends. The heroine is Abigail Malcolm, the sister of one of Blade’s murder victims and his true angel mate. He must find a way to convince her to forgive him and save his brother before Hell’s newest invention changes Abigail’s brother and his adolescent friends into killing zombies.

Colleen: For some reason, I just love anything with zombies! Can’t wait to read this one! What groups or social media networks can readers frequently find you posting and chatting in?

ML Guida:  I’m on Facebook (MLGuidaauthor or ML Guida, Good Reads and Twitter (ml_mlguida). I also have a blog on my website:  I have to admit I probably use Facebook and Good Reads the most. Please stop by and see me.

ML Guida is currently pursuing a Master of Art in Creative Writing through Regis University. She resides in Colorado with her cocker spaniel. She enjoys walks, skiing, working out at the gym and watching my niece and nephews play sports.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Holiday ebook sale!

Passion in Print is having a holiday sale thru Dec. 31! 

 All stories  25K and lower are marked down to $2.99. So if you've been eyeing one, two, or more now is the time to pick them up!! Happy shopping!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

New Release: Unbound Goddess

Lilith, the First Woman, mistress of life, dark goddess of sex -- to be taken by her is to know the heart of deadly rapture.

Love, transcendent sex, death and revelation burst into the lives of occult book expert Siobhan Bishop and her lover Harvard Professor Richard Blake on New Year's Eve. Richard's mysterious daughter, who has become a modern incarnation of the goddess Lilith, attacks Richard when he and Siobhan are making love, plunging him into an occult death-fever. With the aid of two of Richard's oldest friends---a terminally-ill psychiatrist and a Christian nun---Siobhan struggles to break the spell binding Richard before his life burns away. By dawn of New Year's Day, death will claim two of these people, changing Siobhan's world forever.

New Release: Sweet Road Home

A house brought them together but will it tear their love apart?

Determined, Asa Conroy has moved back to Bristol to organize her life. The house where she grew up is just the place to take control of her future. But her happy return home is soon quashed when she finds out the house is slated for demolition by the same man that shunned her in high school.

Career-driven Simeon Harper is one construction project away from erasing his dysfunctional past and fulfilling his promises to his dying mother. When these two childhood friends collide will they be able to salvage their love or does it go down in the rubble?

New Release: Emerging Magic

Against her will, the Cailleach puts into play the magic to unite another pair of soul mates.

Loneliness drives Cori Sparks to chocolate. The fledging witch's desolation also compels her to attempt using her emerging magic in the quest for love. Unsuccessful, she turns to a dating website and discovers what may be her perfect match.

Rob Vesha is tired of the money hungry women he meets. Given his gene pool he doesn't think the real 'him' would excite them as much, but he can't share enough to find out for sure. On impulse he turns to the internet and discovers Cori.

Can their love survive his family reunion in Transylvania?

New Release: Free Me

An escaped convict, a woman falsely accused of patricide, finds unshakable love and devotion, and redemption.

Isabelle McAllister is incarcerated for murdering her father, and later transferred to an insane asylum. Robert Easterman is accused of thievery by his lover, and temporarily contained at an institution for the criminally insane. The two convicts escape, race through the countryside, and sequester themselves in a secret glade. Isabelle and Rob assuage angst in each other's arms. Twists of fate, deception, and family tragedy divide the lovers, but ultimately nothing deters the devotion of one man for an escaped murderess, and nothing deters the love of one small woman for the man who would dare to rescue her.

New Release: Warm Ways

A complicated woman meets an uncomplicated  Marine.

Linus is the youngest Lt.Col. in the entire Marine Corps, loyalty should be his middle name. He wouldn't mind a wife, some kids, and the whole package if only he had time to meet someone much less date.

Victoria is about as complicated as they come. Her life has been thrown into a tailspin, she wanted one moment of escape and she found a lifetime of love.

Sometimes falling fast and hard in love can be overwhelming. Thankfully, at least one of them is trained intense situations.

New Release: Unbreakable Heart

At some point in life, whether we notice or not, we change ourselves because someone or something has changed the meaning of life for us; for Caitlyn Rowland that person is Brandon Hadley.

Born with a rare genetic disorder, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Caitlyn Rowland must overcome the challenges of it daily and thinks she will never find someone to accept her for who she is and see beyond the wheelchair and the brittle bones. That is until she meets Brandon Hadley and he shows her what love is all about. In their relationship Caitlyn has much to learn not only about Bradley but herself. When it all seems to finally go right an accident that has terrible consequences for Caitlyn might just tear them apart or will their love be enough to overcome it?

Thursday, October 18, 2012

New Release: Under the Mask by Aliyah Burke

A Spartan, a gypsy, masks for a night pure sex, and the birthmark which throws all anonymity out the window.

Finally free, after a nasty yearlong divorce, Kailey Cox attends a masquerade party with the intention of one thing---remaining anonymous and finding a handsome man to bed. She finds a Spartan warrior to accommodate her.

Rand Paxton is drawn to the sexy gypsy he takes to his room. Seeing her birthmark he believes he knows her. Confronting her, any doubt fades. Problem: For a man in the spotlight often and a woman who now prefers anonymity can they make it work? Rand's up for the challenge for he'd wanted her long before he discovered Kailey was Under the Mask.

New Release: Sinful Delight by ML Guida

To keep her job as an Angel of Death, Poison must retrieve an evil board and the woman using it, but a demon beats her to it and demands she sleep with him or he will vanish with both forever.

Poison has two hours to fulfill orders received from the Archangel Michael:Locate and retrieve the dark Evil Board and capture the woman has been using it to grant wishes. She is determined to succeed and prove herself a worthy Angel of Death. She agrees to resist demonic enticements.

Ringmaster is on a search of his own. He is pleasantly surprised to discover not only the Spell Board he has been tasked to find, but also the fledgling Angel of Death he has yearned to sample. When he learns Poison wants the same woman and board, the persuasive demon makes her a tempting offer -- sleep with him and have both.

New Release: A Second Chance at Forever

A Second Chance At Forever by Liz Strange

Sometimes the past has a way of stealing your future....

After the vicious attack by the Desmarais, Rachel is forced to start over without her beloved Giovanni. She relocates to San Francisco with vampires Eli and Charles for a second chance at life.

To avenge Giovanni's death Rachel, Eli and Charles pull together an alliance of immortals, and plan to take down the Desmarais once and for all.

But after making the most unexpected discovery, Rachel knows lines have been crossed and things may never be that same for any of them.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

New release: Fighting the Flames

Born from the ashes of tragedy... like the phoenix... love will rise again.

Genevieve Conti loves her job as a fireman/paramedic and has only one dating co-workers. She's too busy trying to make her father proud to have time to date. Still, her sexy co-worker Aiden Delaney is a constant temptation she has trouble ignoring.

The very first time moment Genevieve walked through the station doors Aiden knew he was in love. Over the years they've become close friends, but he hasn't managed to break down the walls she erected to protect her heart. When tragedy strikes not once but twice Aiden and Genevieve will quickly learn that love can conquer everything.

Friday, August 31, 2012

Jacki Kelly speaks on the writing process

Today we are sitting down with Jacki Kelly, whose first Passion in Print book  - The Sweet Road Home -- will be released Nov. 17.

Colleen: Jacki, thank you for spending some time with me today. First, tell us why do you write?

Jacki: I’ve always been that person that cheered for the underdog or saw a news story and wondered how it turned out. Writing gives me the opportunity to tell their stories and end them the way I think they should. It gives me the chance to live in the world that I built. 

Colleen: Where/when do you like to build those worlds? Do you write everyday? 

Jacki: The majority of my writing is done in the evening, between 7 and 10 pm. That’s when the pressures of the day have subsided enough to allow me to be most creative. I write or do something writing related every day, whether it’s revising, editing or research.  I even write on vacation. I can write almost anywhere. While I do most of my writing at a desk, it’s not unusual to see me writing in bed, at the airport or even on a beach.

Colleen: What is your least favorite book you wrote? 

Jacki: I really don’t have a least favorite book. If I don’t like it, I keep revising until I get it right. I have some manuscripts stuffed in my desk drawer right now waiting on my attention. No one beyond my critique group will lay eyes on them until I think they are the best that I can do. 

Colleen: Well, I would love to take a peak at them! So are you a plotter or pantser?

Jacki: I’m definitely a plotter. I need to know where the story is going and how I plan to get there.  I’ve found out the hard way that this also makes me much more productive by not spending time dreaming up scenarios that don’t mesh together at the end. Even though I have an outline, my characters have been known to highjack my manuscript and take it in another direction.

Colleen: Last question - do you listen to music while you write? 

Jacki: Yes, music helps to set the tone for the scene I’m writing.  My music choices vary depending on what I need to accomplish that day.  If I’m writing a love scene then I might pick something mellow and relaxing. If it’s a conflict scene I’ll chose something more upbeat, maybe something with a lot of bass. Believe it or not each of my manuscripts has a theme song. A song that I play before I sit down to write that helps bring those characters to life and to ground me in the story.

Jacki Kelly has been writing since her fourth grade teacher made her keep a journal for a grade. Now she does it to keep track of all the fascinating and heartbreaking moments that life throws our way. Poetry, personal essays, short stories and novels have all occupied space in her heart and her hard drive. Jacki can be found at as well as on twitter and facebook.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

New Release: Unexpected Consquences

TitleUnexpected Consequences
AuthorTessa Berkley
ISBN#978-1-60820742-8 (ebook) $4.99
Release DateAugust 2012
Cover ArtistDeana C. Jamroz
Page Count77 pages
Word Count:21,000 words
Heat Rating:Spicy
Available At:Passion In Print BookStore (ebook) (ebook)

New Release: Something Tangible

TitleSomething Tangible
AuthorAliyah Burke
ISBN#978-1-60820-745-9 (ebook) $4.99
Release DateAugust 2012
Cover ArtistDeana C. Jamroz
Page Count:79 pages
Word Count:21,000 words
Heat Rating:Racy
Available At:Passion In Print BookStore (ebook) (Ebook)

New Release: Betrayal

Angels of Death
AuthorM.L. Guida
ISBN#978-1-60820-693-3 (print) $14.99
 978-1-60820-694-0 (ebook) $7.99
Release DateAugust 2012
Cover ArtistDeana C. Jamroz
Page Count:304 pages
Word Count:80,000 words
Heat Rating:Racy
Available At:Passion In Print BookStore (ebook) (Ebook)

Friday, August 17, 2012

Destiny Blaine stops by with her latest book

Colleen: Today, we have Destiny Blaine sitting down with us here at Passion in Print. Thank you for coming, Destiny. I have been a fan of yours for quite some time, so I am quite excited to find out a little about you and how you write! 

Let's get started. Where/when do you like to write? Do you write every day?

Destiny: I used to write daily. Hopefully, I’ll be back on a strict writing schedule soon. My husband recently completed construction on a ‘writer’s cabin’ which is located in our backyard. It’s a quiet place to go and work without interruptions. 

Colleen: A writer's cabin!! I am jealous, it sounds like heaven. So I know which of your books is my favorite to date, but what is your favorite book that you wrote? 

Destiny: It’s so difficult to choose a true favorite, but Waking up the Arguably Dead, a Passion in Print publication, is definitely right up there at the top of the list. Set in my current hometown of Blountville, Tennessee, Waking up the Arguably Dead was inspired by some of the locals here. 

Colleen: Hmmm well now I really can't wait to read it! Do your stories require research? Do you travel or just go to the library/web to gather your information?

Destiny: Some books required research. Some research was obtained by visiting the locations used as settings. The internet sure comes in handy, too! 

Colleen: The internet is a good resource for sure. There is nothing that can't be Googled! What is your current story? 

Destiny: I’m working on a young adult novella with horror-romantic elements. I know. It’s a strange combination. ;) 

Colleen: What groups or social media networks can readers frequently find you posting and chatting in?

Destiny: Destiny B Chatting, my Yahoo group, is very active. Started in October of 2006, we’ve undergone various changes throughout the years, but one thing has remained constant. The readership and support received there is second to none. Join us if you have a chance. I’m also on Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace.  My website is updated frequently as well. 

Friday, August 10, 2012

Aliyah Burke chats with us about a writer's life

Colleen: Hi, Aliyah thanks for stopping by! Let’s get started, first tell us why do you write?

Aliyah: Thank you for having me here today, Colleen, I'm honored. I write because I can't not do so. The characters talk in my head all the time and putting their words down on paper is the only way to make them happy. I love creating a story which will hopefully bring joy to those reading it, take them away from the everyday and give them a moment or two of escape. Let's face it, real life isn't always mai tais and fun, so to be able to create a place where worries don't follow them and they know they will have a HEA (which is the one thing in my stories I will always have), it makes me happy.

Colleen: Where/when do you like to write? Do you write everyday?

Aliyah: I write almost everywhere. If I am out of the house, I always carry a notebook just in case I see/hear something which gives me a story idea. In the house I work mostly in my office, but I do occasionally write outside as well, also in the living room, I'll write during breaks in sports. Yes, I do write every day. Writing is my career not a hobby for me, so I have my schedule and I do what's necessary to stick to it.

Colleen: Plotter or pantser?

Aliyah: Definitely a pantser. I've outlined one book in my writing career and after all the hard work I put into that, the characters looked at me and laughed saying, "Yeah, so not gonna happen that way. It's like this…" That was my first and last attempt to try and control my characters. It's not my story to tell, it's theirs and I let them. I get to be on the adventure as well unsure of how things will all work out until the end. I don't have the ability to put it down to tell where a first kiss will be, that they'll be in bed together by page "x," or other specifics. I learn about them as we go and I will admit there are many times I try to get them to go in a direction but won't push it if they dig their feet in. Like I said before, it's their story and it doesn't ever seem to fit into a box where it could be predicted.

Colleen: Do you listen to music while you write? If so, who?

Aliyah: Love music. I have my iPod, which is almost always on, headphones or in a docking station. Who I listen to depends on a few things, the scene, the mood, etc. I mean, I can't listen to a Disney song if my hero/heroine is in the middle of a life or death fight, doesn't help me too much.  And yes, I do listen to Disney soundtracks. I listen to almost anything. My shuffle can take me from classical, to rock, to a soundtrack, to a running cadence for the military and much more in-between. To me, music is a way to express emotions and feelings you may not be able to verbalize and it helps me feel the scene, if that makes sense.

Colleen: Makes total sense. Do your stories require research? Do you travel or just go to the library/web to gather your information?

Aliyah: Yes, my stories require research. Even coming up with names can take a few hours for me. I do both, travel and look online. I also have a lot of research books in my office which I'll spread out on the floor and spend hours pouring over. I tend to get lost in doing research, which really isn't a bad thing, since I enjoy it, but it does keep my word count down for that day.

Colleen: What is your current story?

Aliyah: I'm working on a few, but for PIP I'm working on a themed story, which I hope to be released under the Titillating Treat line. That's all I can say about it right now.

Colleen: What do you have coming out next with Passion In Print Press?

Aliyah: I have a release coming out this month titled, Something Tangible. Part of the Summer Heat series line. This is the story of Brett Kingston and Lydia "LJ" Johnson. Here is a blurb: Brett Kingston is an acquirer, of signatures, giving ownership of properties to Midas Development, his father's company. Never has anyone distracted him from the heartless business of sealing the deal, until during a final test he meets LJ, a woman who refuses to sell to him, no matter the offer. Agreeing to an insane pact for a mere shot at securing his contract, Brett discovers there is more to life than what he's known. Lydia "LJ" Johnson learns not only is there more than meets the eye when it comes to the rich wheeler and dealer, but anything can happen.

There is a connected story to this one, which deals with Brett's older half-brother, Asa Kingston, which will be out the same time titled, Unexpected Consequences, written by Tessa Berkley.

Colleen: I have already had the pleasure of reading both Something Tangible and Unexpected Consequences. They go together quite nicely and are fun reads. A nice escape from the doldrums of life! What groups or social media networks can readers frequently find you posting and chatting in?

Aliyah: I'm in a few places.

Thank you so much for having me here. I had a lot of fun!

Friday, July 27, 2012

Tessa Berkley sits down to chat with PIP

Tessa: Hi, my name is Tessa Berkley and I'd like to thank the staff from Passion In Print for inviting me here today.

Colleen: Hi Tessa! Thanks for stopping by. Let’s get started. Do you recall the very first book you read that turned you on to romance/erotic romance books?

Tessa: I've always considered myself a devotee of the written word. From early childhood, I devoured the Nancy Drew Mysteries. But, as an adult, I read many traditional authors. One book that really stands out in my memory as leading me toward romance was Danielle Steel's Palomino. That poor tortured heroine, the action as she worked to overcome difficulties and find true love had me bawling, but it kept me up all night. From there, it was a journey finding more, craving that need for the happy ever after.

Colleen: Palomino was also one of my first favorite romances. Tell us, why do you write?

Tessa: A good question. People always ask why. The first answer that rolls of my lips is because I have to. It's not a question of why, but more of why not. Writing stories and creating scenarios in my own little world, leaded to dialogue in my head that had to be put down on paper. These stories may have been a way of dealing with being around my children all day long, creating a world in which adults speak. But, the stories I wrote took on life and became important enough to put down and give to others.

Colleen: What is your least favorite book you wrote? Why?

Tessa: Hm? Can't say that I have written a least favorite book.

Colleen: That is nice! I have certainly written stuff I that makes cringe! So for a harder question, what is your favorite book that you wrote?

Tessa: Well, I tend to fall in love with my heroes. I think my favorite right now is Texas Ranger Tyrone Calhoun Dixon from Tejas Conspiracy Incident at Cold Creek. His character is larger than life. He rides in and like the horse whisper - or in this case the widow whisper - helps the heroine, Lily Prentiss find her independence and awakens the sensual woman inside.

Colleen: Tyrone is a wonderful hero! Tejas Conpirarcy was release in June by us here at PIP. I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed. So are you a plotter or pantser?
Tessa: Oy, now I'm in trouble. I swing from part pantser to part plotter I think. My stories often start with a single scene from some part in the novel or even a sentence that one of the characters utters and the wheels begin to turn. I'll construct a small blurb like you find on the back of the book, maybe even do a bit on a characters back story, then I begin writing. This has gotten me into a few corners from time to time. But luckily, I've some great friends who can talk me off the edge and help me through these blocks.
Colleen: Listen to music while you write? If so who?
Tessa: Like most authors, I enjoy listening to music when I'm working. My play list alternates between Broadway, Movies, and Country tunes. It's a wild list that can go from Daniel Radcliff in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying to The Band Perry's When I Die Young. Sprinkle in a bit of Zac Brown, Toby Keith, music from Camelot with Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave. My musical taste is eclectic as my reading. I love J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter, but despise the Twilight series. Love Suzanne Brockman's Tall Dark and Dangerous series, dislike Linda Laurel Miller's. Can't get enough of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Hate Gone With The Wind, but admire Margaret Mitchell. Go Figure, I'm all over the place.
Colleen: What inspires you?
Tessa: I think the thing that most inspires me is the indomitable spirit of man. The human race seeks that higher calling, a justice, a need to do the right thing regardless of circumstances. We protect the innocent. Defend those that need our help according to our personal creed, which is why my stories involve cowboys and ranchers because they embody this spirit, that heart of an American.
Colleen: What do you have coming out next with Passion In Print Press?
Tessa: I'm coming out in August with a short story that is connected to a piece crafted by the wonderful Aliyah Burke. Her story is called Something Tangible. Mine is Unexpected Consequences. The heroes in these stories are half brothers who are pitted against one another in a test to see who can come out on top and win their father's company Midas Development. Asa Kingston is a wealthy developer whose assignment is to purchase a pristine island on Virginia's Eastern Shore. If he does so before his half brother Brett, Asa will win control. Asa is the 'golden boy', a cross between Brad Pitt and Robert Redford. It blows him away that Mallory Bennett, the heroine, wants nothing to do with him. It's not going to be easy. I won't tell who wins, you'll have to buy both books to find out.
Colleen: The suspense! Both are going in my TBR pile! What is your current story? 
Tessa: My current work in progress is a return to the Texas Rangers series. Tyrone's best buddy, Joaquin Balboa De Montanna is getting his own story. He's half Spanish, half Texican if you will. His family has hand long standing land holdings on the Texas side of the Rio Grande. For those of you who have read Tejas Conspiracy, he's the ranger that comes to Cold Creek impersonating the hired killer Wyatt Hayes.
It seems that Joaquin has found a very pregnant woman abandoned in the desert. This woman refuses to say why she was there or identify who left her behind. There's a world of mystery around this young Irish lass.
Colleen: Oh I can’t wait for you to finish this one! Lastly tell us what groups or social media networks can readers frequently find you posting and chatting in?
Tessa: I'm out and about on the internet. You can find me on twitter at: @tessa_berkley You can find me on Facebook at:
and at my website:
Drop me a line, say hello, let me know how you liked my stories. I love hearing from readers.