Monday, November 17, 2014

COLD LIGHT OF DAY now out! FB Party Today :)

As a huge thank you to my amazing readers I'm hosting a fun party later today--5-8pm EST

Come join us to celebrate the release of the third book in my Cold Justice Series, COLD LIGHT OF DAY. A few hours of fun and some excellent prizes! Guest authors include (so far) Catherine Bybee, Leah Braemel, Allison Brennan, Lori Ryan, Maureen A Miller, Julie Moffett, Kendra Elliot, Rachel Grant, Melinda Leigh, Dana Marton, Kathy Altman and more!

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Sunday, November 16, 2014


Justice isn't always black or white.
Sometimes it is cold and dark...

Book #3 of the Cold Justice Series

 Book #1 of the Cold Justice Series
Book #2 of the Cold Justice Series

The Cold Justice Series features different leading characters from the FBI's BAU-4 (that deals with crimes against adults) and each book can be read as a standalone title although I'd recommend reading them in order because the backstory of the characters builds throughout the series.

A COLD DARK PLACE... "The balance is tipped more towards suspense in this story but believe me, the romance doesn't suffer and isn't forsaken. Alex is a compelling "gray" hero, straddling those ethical lines. I couldn't find a good stopping point so I gave up trying to sleep and got up in the middle of the night and finished the book." The Book Nympho.

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Don't forget the FACEBOOK PARTY tomorrow!!
5 pm - 8 pm EST

Saturday, November 15, 2014

COLD LIGHT OF DAY Release Countdown ~ Day 1 Rafflecopter

The heroine, Scarlett Stone... fairytale dress and total nerd (I forgot to credit my brother with the physics facts in the book! Eek)

And her parents play an important role in the story. If I were casting a movie this is who'd play Susan and Richard Stone.

and the Russian Ambassador? The late great Philip Seymour Hoffman.

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Friday, November 14, 2014

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Excerpt from COLD LIGHT OF DAY--the heroine is about to get into a lot of trouble!

To all intents and purposes, the top-secret Tactical Operations Center—or “the Center” as agents in the know usually called it—looked like a light industrial manufacturing facility. It was situated off the grounds of the Marine Corps base in Quantico for purposes of safety and secrecy.
Jon Regan held up some sort of wand. Not the magic kind.
Matt raised his arms and kept his mouth shut until the man finished running the thing over his body. Great. Another guy examined the limo. What the hell was going on?
“Okay, come with me.” Jon strode away.
Matt followed him through one door and then another, into a windowless room within a room. On one of the big screens, Sarah LeMay was displayed in glorious Technicolor as she flicked on a light switch. On another screen was a live-feed of the same room.
“Play the video,” Regan ordered, standing with hands on hips, watching the screens. “The team monitoring the surveillance feeds gave us the heads up as soon as they spotted her in there. We patched into the feed after that.”
The tech pressed a button and Sarah sprang to life. She entered the fancy office, looked around for a moment, and headed toward the desk. She hitched up her skirts, revealing a pair of shapely legs in those spiky heels. He could just make out the edge of black lace. The atmosphere in the enclosed space got hot and tense as she dipped her fingers into those panties. He could only see lingerie, but it didn’t stop his imagination taking it a step further. Sweat burst out from his skin.
He’d never suspected a thing.
She’d been taking the lamp apart with deft dexterity while he’d been wondering if he should ask her out. He’d been played. The expression on her face when she saw the other bug was priceless, as was the realization as she glanced nervously around the room, that there might be a camera hidden somewhere. It made him feel a little better.
“Shit. Here we go.” The tech pointed to the live screen. Four men entered the room and started picking up objects and examining them in detail.
“It was only a matter of time,” Regan said with his arms crossed. He sounded pissed.
In her video, Sarah reassembled everything, but Matt noticed something small catch the light as it dropped to the floor. “She lost her earring?”
“That is why we don’t wear jewelry on an op.” Regan nodded. “They already found it.”
This explained the henchmen taking the place apart.

Matt watched the woman tuck the small plastic bag into her bodice with a lot more discretion this time. He hadn’t noticed her missing earring when he’d seen her afterward—too busy looking deep into her eyes. Asshole.

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

COLD LIGHT OF DAY Release Countdown ~ Day 3 Rafflecopter

Three more sleeps until release day!

Join me and a bunch of other authors for a COLD LIGHT OF DAY Release FB party 11/17/14. Sign up today! Tons of prizes! Including calendars made by my incredible critique partner Kathy Altman, author and regular contributor to USA Today's HEA Blog. Meet Kathy, Catherine Bybee, Leah Braemel, Lori Ryan, Melinda Leigh, Rachel Grant, and a host of other authors at the release party! 


Physicist Scarlett Stone is the daughter of the man considered to be the most notorious Russian agent in FBI history. With her father dying in prison she’s determined to prove he’s innocent, but time is running out. Using a false identity, she gains access to the Russian ambassador’s Christmas party, searching for evidence of a set-up.

Former Navy SEAL, now FBI Special Agent, Matt Lazlo, is instantly attracted to Scarlett but life is too complicated to pursue a politician’s daughter. When he discovers she lied to him about her identity, he hunts her down with the ruthless efficiency he usually reserves for serial killers.

Not only does Scarlett’s scheme fail, it puts her in the sights of powerful people who reward unwanted curiosity with brutality. The FBI—and Matt—aren’t thrilled with her, either. But as agents involved in her father’s investigation start dying, and the attempts to stop Scarlett intensify, Matt and his colleagues begin to wonder. Could they have a traitor in their midst?

As Scarlett and Matt dig for the truth they begin to fall passionately for one another. But the real spy isn’t about to let anyone uncover their secrets, and resolves to remain firmly in the shadows—and for that to happen, Matt and Scarlett have to die.

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

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I'm a visual person so I created Pinterest boards for each of the Cold Justice Series books. Check out
A COLD DARK PLACE, COLD PURSUIT and COLD LIGHT OF DAY. I confess, I love them for inspiration.

I also have a soundtrack for each book. COLD LIGHT OF DAY featured heavily...

Ed Sheeran's Lego House

and Taylor Swift's I Knew You Were trouble

and Imagine Dragons' Demons

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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

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She was about to do something that could get her arrested. The idea made her stomach cramp. Once in a lifetime opportunity, she reminded herself. And once in a lifetime might be an overstatement. Fate. Serendipity. Seize the moment. What is the worst that can happen?
They could lock her up and throw away the key.
She swallowed more champagne.
Angel—born flirt—smiled an electric smile and smoothed her hands over her concave stomach, as if more attention needed to be drawn to her goddess-like figure. “I wanted to fit into my dress tonight so I was a good girl at lunch.” The expression in her eyes suggested she wasn’t normally a good girl.
“Your efforts are much appreciated, Ms. LeMay.” Raminski inclined his head courteously to Angel, and then to Scarlett.
He was so not her type. She liked men who appreciated a woman’s brain at least as much as her body. Not handsome, muscle-bound jerks who only wanted a bout of hot, sweaty, mindless sex.
Gotta get over that, an inner voice complained.
And then it clicked. This was her chance. Angel and Sergio Raminski were all distracted and flirty with one another. She just needed ten minutes alone. “Actually,” she touched her own stomach, “I don’t feel so good. If you’ll excuse me for a moment, I need to visit the powder room.” She took a step back and jostled the elbow of someone behind her.
Fu…udge,” said a deep male voice.
She whirled and came face-to-face with Angel’s future husband. She could tell it was him because she’d made him spill champagne down the front of his dress blues.
“I’m so sorry.” She grabbed a white, cloth napkin off a nearby waiter and dabbed at the man’s white shirt and gold cummerbund. “I’m such a dork.”
“That wasn’t my first thought.” His expression caught her off-guard. It contained a very male look of admiration. She blinked. He took the napkin from her hand and she felt a shiver of something that was definitely not repulsion.

The guy looked…like… Well, he looked fabulous. And hot. Tall enough she had to tilt her head way back even wearing these ridiculous heels. He had military-short, dark blond hair that shone brightly under the chandeliers. A lean face, firm jaw, pale hazel eyes that twinkled with obvious humor and a mouth that tried to suppress it. She resisted the urge to fan herself the way Angel had earlier. Her eyes drifted lower, taking in broad shoulders and a chest-full of medals that jerked her out of her perusal. He was an American hero and not for the likes of her.

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