Addicted to Lady Sherlock Series

The Hollow of Fear by Sherry Thomas read by Kate Reading The series of stories about a lady Sherlock Holmes/Miss Charlotte Holmes and her friend, Lord Ingram have become a new addiction. I love the time period when new things are happening in the world of forensics. I also think a lady Sherlock is intriguing, especially in an era when women were allowed to do … Continue reading Addicted to Lady Sherlock Series

White Gold excerpt

Hello readers and fellow writers, I’m working on a scene for my sequel “White Gold.” I’d appreciate your feedback. Agent Jake Monroe is looking for evidence that links the present to crimes of the past. Is this section too long, too much telling? It’s about four pages long.      The man ran from the brick canopy of the hospital entrance. The collar of his … Continue reading White Gold excerpt

Description of Chrome Pink for Amazon

Rae Lynne Grimes returns to Leeward, North Carolina to care for her dying grandfather. Together, they restore an old Harley and paint it pink for breast cancer awareness. Her grandfather succumbs before seeing it finished. Alone, Rae must face the town of Leeward who blame her for sending her stepbrother to prison, costing their high school football team one of their champions. Now, her fate … Continue reading Description of Chrome Pink for Amazon

Christmas Revels IV, another successful anthology

Christmas Revels IV : Four Regency Novellas by: Anna D. Allen, Hannah Meredith, Kate Parker, and Louisa Cornell I have been a fan of all the Christmas Revel Anthologies. Each year I am surprised by the excellence these authors exude. Anna Allen captured my heart with her story, The Sergeant’s Christmas Bride. Ms. Allen managed to give her readers a heroine who was both strong … Continue reading Christmas Revels IV, another successful anthology

The Golden Hour

I just finished The Golden Hour, the fourth in the Nora Tierney series by M.K. Graff. I have enjoyed the progression of the main characters: Nora Tierney and Detective Inspector Declan Barnes, from antagonists to partners. The Golden Hour is a little darker than the first books in this series. It deals with the very real threat of biological terrorism but the true theme of … Continue reading The Golden Hour