Sunday, November 3, 2013


 The Men of Treasure Cove Series...

Keep reading for a SNEAK PEAK @ "FIGHTING FOR HAZEL" book 8 of the Series...coming soon Nov 18th, 2013

The darling girl of Treasure Cove, Emma McKenzie, wanted for nothing, except the love of three men. Days after her twenty-first birthday, she gets her wish. But one night of passion takes everything that she has ever known. Emma finds herself miles away with a secret that will change the lives of the people she left behind.

After a fire that rocks the town and takes the lives of two of their own, the town is left with unanswered questions.
Travis, Tucker, and Tate Quinn are hardworking ranchers and have made a life for themselves in the community. They never forgot the girl that got away. When she shows up several years later, she brings unanswered questions, danger, and a surprise.

Together, the Quinn brothers must work to figure out the mystery of the past, save the girl they love, and protect all that they hold dear.


Janie Marie Potter is the shy librarian of Treasure Cove. Avoiding all contact, she lives her life as quietly as possible, but when she inadvertently checks out a book that is beyond her comprehension, she takes the intoxicating trip into a world that awakens her soul.

Jeff and Caleb Hicks are the owners of the JC Ranch, and they have a problem. They have fallen for the most introverted woman in Treasure Cove. Not sure on how to approach her, they are given an opportunity when they find out she has a secret desire.

Jumping at the chance, they move forward to seduce and capture the shy librarian, praying their dominant personalities are enough to win her heart, but when they discover there is more to the woman they love, can they stay the course and have her soul submit to them forever?

As the sheriff of Treasure Cove, Braxton Connelly has lived his life by the book. Harboring a deep secret, he ignores his heart’s desire and puts on a brave face for friends and family. Only behind closed doors, hidden rooms, and towns miles away does he give in to what he wants most.
Charlotte Ann Brooks is on the run. Hiding out in Celestial, Montana, she spends her days pecking away on computers, preferring the solitude to her loud waitressing job at the Rainbow Room. Her only saving grace is her roommate and confidant, Jordan.
Jordan Whitmore has built his little IT business from scratch. Putting everything he had into his business, he is finally comfortable and making money. That is until his roommate’s past comes barging in.
When the three worlds collide, chaos ensues. Tempers rise and all hell breaks loose in Treasure Cove. They must work together to fix the past, right the present, and save their futures.

Orin, Davis, and Jacks McDaniel are the party boys of Treasure Cove. All are single, good looking, and refuse to marry, opening their house for fun, folly, and lots of kinky sex. So when they wake the next morning with wedding rings on their fingers, they are stunned.
Lillian Campbell is just trying to live her life as quietly as possible. Hidden away in Celestial, not more than four hours away from her hometown of Silver Springs, she has managed to stay under the radar. That is until she wakes up to find herself married to three hot-looking cowboys.
As the mystery of the night before begins to unfold, the brothers find themselves between a rock and a hard place. To keep everything they hold dear, they must formulate a plan to hide their wife, keep their marriage a secret, and not lose their hearts in the process. Because even the best-laid plans have a degree of difficulty.
Destined to live alone, Gabriel Sexton has never said a word about the hunger inside him. Never able to touch her, to hold her, to love her, she lives in his dreams, where he can cherish her as he wishes. Struggling with his desires, he is gifted one night to bask in her glory.
Antoinette has loved Gabriel since childhood. Her protector, confidant, and friend, she prayed that some day he would be hers. She gives in to her desire for Gabriel, only to have her dreams shattered when he walks away.
Alexander Ellis has quietly lived in the shadows of a man he has considered his best friend from childhood. Concerned, he travels to Treasure Cove, only to lose his heart to the one woman his friend desires.
When a secret from the past seems destined to destroy them, can forgiveness soothe the soul or will shattered dreams keep all of them apart forever?
Kelly Conner is Treasure Cove’s resident go-to gal, eager to lend a hand when needed. Her true happiness is spending her free time at the local community center, helping wounded veterans.
Second Lieutenant Micah O’Brian wants nothing to do with the required PTSD. counseling the Navy is requesting of him. When a family member dies, Micah seeks the help of the local therapist, only to find a new set of problems.
After a mission in Afghanistan goes terribly wrong, the Marine Corp hands Corporal Daniel Meyer his walking papers, washing their hands of him. With nowhere to go, he lands in Treasure Cove, where he meets an angel.
When someone from the past returns, bringing death and destruction, Micah and Daniel join forces to protect their therapist, only to lose their hearts in the process. Can they work fast to save the woman they love, or will the towns past take her from them forever?
Macie Lynn Owens loved her life. She did what she wanted, when she wanted, and nobody was going to tell her otherwise. She gave up the silly dream of finding a man, children, and happily ever after. Accepting what life had dished out to her, she never looked back, until one night changed everything.
When fate knocks and gives Matthew and Andrew Jenkins a second chance, they grab on with both hands and refuse to let go. However, convincing the spitfire diner owner to accept their claim is harder than they thought. When two shocking dinner guests arrive unexpectedly, they have a new bargaining chip, and they aren’t afraid to use it.
As the town gears up for its bicentennial Founders Day Parade, a blast from the past returns, causing more trouble than the town can handle. As the pots and pans start flying, the residents must stand together to save everything they hold dear, or watch it all burn.

When Hazel Montgomery moved to Treasure Cove, she left her old life behind and started over fresh. As the owner of the local bakery, Sweet Treasures, she thought she had finally found some peace and quiet. That was until the Conner Brothers staked their claim.

Steven and Neil Conner wanted only one thing, the sweet and sassy redhead who made the best damn sticky buns in Treasure Cove. They were off to a good start, until the night of the McDaniel party which ruined everything. Not giving up, they tried unsuccessfully to explain their way out of the biggest cluster Treasure Cove had ever seen.

When a chance encounter thrust all three of them into a dicey situation, they must learn to work past their differences before someone gets hurt. Running from an unknown assailant, the three of them learn that looks can be deceiving, and that learning to trust again, just might be the only way to survive.


It was dark. The lights were out. She could still hear the gunshots. The town was going crazy. She needed to get Steven help. Slowly, they walked down the deserted alley, keeping close to the wall.

Her car came into sight, and she felt relief. All she had to do was get him into the front seat, and then they could get the hell out of this town. She didn’t care where they went, as long as nobody shot at them when they arrived. As she approached, she cursed, “Son of a bitch!”

Her car was useless. Someone slashed her tires.

Another shot rang out, hitting the bumper of her car.

“Damn,” Steven muttered, throwing her to the ground. “What the fuck is going on?”

Hazel didn’t know. She just wanted to get the hell out of town. This was too much.

She was just about to agree with his sentiments when Steven whistled loudly. Gasping for air, she couldn’t catch her breath. Steven weighed a ton. She knew he was just trying to protect her, but he’d been shot once already. She didn’t know how bad it was. He was still bleeding. Yet, when she looked at him, he didn’t seem to feel it.

The sounds of hoofs on concrete alerted her. She began to panic.

“Don’t worry. It’s just Satan,” Steven said softly. Before she said anything, a very large black horse walked toward them. The beast looked massive, like some dark avenging demon from the pits of hell. When it snorted, she actually flinched. This was not just any horse. The beast before her looked nothing like the ponies she rode out at Emma’s place. This black stallion was a rogue. She could tell by its eyes that it did what it wanted, always.

“Don’t be afraid. He can be ornery sometimes, but he is reliable,” Steven said, getting to his feet, hauling her up with him. “Come on. We need to get out of here.”

“On that?” she asked, scared. Looking up at the beast, she actually considered taking her chances with the idiots with the guns. She never felt his hands around her waist. One minute she was looking up at the beast, the next, she was sitting on top of it. The next thing she felt was Steven sitting behind her. He wrapped his arm around her, holding her close to him. He grabbed the reins, and then they were galloping off into darkness.


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