Release Day! Divine Justice – Christmas Angel Romance

Hi all,

It’s release day – squee! Divine Justice is finally live. This has probably been the fastest turnaround I’ve ever done on a book – so definitely on the stressful side, but I’m so excited to see it out in the world and can’t wait to hear what you all think.

It’s just 0.99 at the moment, so grab your copy here now 🙂


He was sent to judge her… not fall for her.

As a justice angel, Jeremiah had been dispensing heavenly judgement for millenia. While he used to love his job, take pride it, then centuries of watching humans turn to selfishness and greed had left him cynical and bitter. These were no fit emotions for an angel and when he is summoned before the Archangel Council he is willing to accept his fate. Instead he is given one final task, one last judgement.

Holly was used to being alone. It didn’t mean she didn’t love her life, her friends, her work at the shelter. For Christmas though, she just wanted one thing; hope. Hospital tests were never fun and Holly had spent enough time being poked and prodded to never want to go through it again. When she encounters the mysterious Jeremiah she knows there’s something different about him. Something that has her inviting him in out of the cold and into her home, where the fire isn’t the only thing keeping them warm.

As secrets pile up faster than the snow outside, and lives hang in the balance, can Holly and Jeremiah both manage to get what they really want this Christmas?




Take care x

Tuesday Teaser

Hi all,

First of all, it’s Winter Solstice, so wishing you all a Happy Yule 🙂 It’s the longest day of the year here, so after tonight we can the nights will get lighter and spring will be coming.


It’s also the last working day for me before Christmas – woot! Hope you’re having a good week – I’ve been catching up on some festive reading, and I’ll be sharing some of my favourites here tomorrow! For now, it’s Tuesday so that means I’m sharing a teaser, and it’s from my own festive read, An Angel for the Tree. Hope you enjoy 🙂


Angel 600x400Laurel’s eyes filled with tears and, without thinking, she pulled him down to her and wrapped her arms round him. “You are not a bad person, Daniel. Just someone who bad things have happened to them. You didn’t deserve it.”

For a long moment they just stood there, and she could feel the warmth of his body pressed against her as her arms held him to her. He slid his arms round her, pulling her closer. She brushed her fingers over the bare skin at the nape of his neck, feeling a mix of desire and tenderness.

He sank his fingers into the hair at the back of her neck and tilted her head up. Her vision was still slightly blurry, but she saw his eyes widen as he met her gaze. He gently cupped her face in his hands and carefully wiped away the tears with his thumbs.

“I don’t think anyone has ever cried for me before in my life.”

Her heart clenched. He lowered his head to softly brush her lips with his, before lightly dropping kisses at the corner of her mouth, up her cheek, across her still damp eyes and then back to her lips. This time she pulled him down to her, deepening the kiss and revelling in the groan he gave against her lips. He tilted her head back so he could plunge his tongue deeper, and she moaned, liquid fire running through her veins.

Some faraway part of her brain was saying that this was a really bad idea, but the rest of her was lost in the feeling of his lips on hers, the heat of his body crushed against her. She’d never understood human emotions before, hadn’t realized how all consuming they could be. It was more then desire, she felt an overwhelming need to wrap him up and protect him from a world that had been so cruel to him. It was a ridiculous thought when he towered over her but she couldn’t push it away.

If you’d like to read more, you can pick up a copy on these sites:



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Take care x

My Sexy Saturday 19/12/15

Hi all,

It’s Saturday and I’m excited because I’m off to see the new Star Wars today! Fingers crossed it will be good 🙂 In the meantime though, I’m happy to be joining in the My Sexy Saturday blog hop. The theme this week is Holidays, so I’m sharing an excerpt from my Christmas story, An Angel for the Tree. Hope you enjoy – and don’t forget to check out the other blogs here:


Angel 600x400Rachel was tugging on his hand again, seemingly oblivious to the adults interaction. “Daddy, come make a snow angel with me, Laurel was showing me how.”

He stared down at her, completely out of his depth. “Erm, I should probably go back inside.”

Her lower lip jutted out. “Ple-ase, Daddy. I can show you how to do really good ones.”

Yeah, he wasn’t going to win on this, and he let her drag him across to a wide patch of clear snow.

“Wait a second.” Laurel called out behind him. She pulled the woolly hat off her head and handed it to him. “You’ll catch cold without a hat on.”

Daniel stared in it confusion and laughing she stepped over and pulled it down over his ears.

“How can you live out here and not have a woolly hat?”

For a moment he just stared at her dumbly. He could smell the scent of her hair on the silly woolly thing and for a moment her fingers lingered, lightly brushing his hair back where it settled, before she seemed to catch herself and pull back. There was an odd warmth running through him, despite the snow falling around him.

If you want to read more, you can pick up An Angel for the Tree at these links:



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Christmas Release Day – An Angel for the Tree

Hi all,

Well, it’s a little later than I was originally planning, but I’m really excited that An Angel for the Tree has re-released today. I love Christmassy stories, and I hope you do too 🙂 This has a grumpy scrooge-like single dad and a beautiful angel who is sent to help him and his daughter – but ends up getting much more involved than she expected! This is a story that’s very close to my heart, so I really hope you check it – and enjoy!


Angel 600x400Blurb

Daniel is a modern day Scrooge, but when a beautiful angel shows up on his doorstep can he believe in a Christmas miracle?

Daniel Everett is having a bad day. Firstly, it’s almost Christmas and he’s convinced Scrooge had the right idea in the first place, secondly his latest nanny has left him to cope alone with his five year old daughter – and quite frankly he would rather deal with several cut-throat mergers before breakfast than one small child.

When the beautiful Laurel shows up on his doorstep she’s a gift from heaven – literally! Unbeknown to him, Laurel is a real life angel and his carefully ordered life is about to be turned upside down as she’s determined to help Daniel feel again and to reconnect with his daughter.

What neither of them bank on is the sparks that fly between them.
As Laurel starts to thaw Daniel’s icy exterior, can he learn to trust again and start to believe in the impossible – and can they ever overcome the obstacles of coming from two separate worlds?

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Tuesday Teaser

Hi all,

Well, it’s Tuesday so hope your week is off to a good start! I’m sharing a teaser from my Christmas themed story – which should be out tomorrow (hopefully I can get all the formatting finished inbetween my painkillers lol!). In the meantime though, hope you enjoy 🙂


His expression turned incredulous. “Are you seriously telling me that you’re a grown woman and you actually believe angels are real?”

She lifted her chin and met his gaze defiantly. “I know they are.”

He actually snorted then. “Trust me to get a crazy nanny. I don’t suppose you have some proof of that you’d like to share?”

Laurel smiled. “Angels don’t work on proof. They work on faith.”

“Dear God.” He rolled his eyes and stood up to pace the room. He stopped next to the chair, and loomed over her. “Whatever crazy notions you may have in your head are your problem, but I do not want you trying to make my daughter believe them too.”

Anger surged through her. Before she realized what she was doing she’d pushed back the chair and was glaring up at him. Really, this man was impossible! “I am not crazy and neither are my notions. I would never try to make anyone believe anything. Rachel will know what is right in her heart.”

He glared at her and his hands went to her shoulders, almost as though he was going to shake her. Instead he abruptly froze, his thumbs rubbing against her bare arms, and Laurel found an entirely different emotion running through her.

He slowly lowered his head to hers, giving her plenty of time to move away. Her body seemed incapable of moving, a deer caught in the headlights. His lips brushed hers and all conscious thought seemed to drop away.


Tuesday Teaser

Hi all,

Sorry I missed the usual post yesterday, am a little under the weather this week, but hopefully can plod through 🙂 Anyway, it’s Tuesday so let’s have a teaser. This is from my Christmas themed novella, which should be getting re-released either this week or early next. I think edits are all done so just need to tweak a new cover! Hope you enjoy x


39081b496fed446ac35596f14f8b765fLaurel stood in the middle of the snowy street. Crowds of people jostled and pushed each other along, yet they parted around her, some glancing over at her with perplexed looks while others looked right through her. She wore a thick winter coat for appearances, but she hadn’t bothered buttoning it. The snow would melt before it touched her anyway. Right now she was frowning as her gaze intently followed the figure of a tall, broad shouldered man making his way through the crowds.

This man parted the crowds in a different way, as though people realized from the set mouth and the loping stride that it was move or be moved. In fact, if someone was too slow to move in time he seemed to relish jostling past them with muttered curses about the “bloody season.” When a group of carollers started singing just ahead of him, the look he shot at them made one of the women actually shriek and draw back.

Laurel followed him, keeping pacing easily down the busy street, and paused as he entered a toy store. She watched through the window as for the first time he looked slightly bemused, inspecting various large dolls, before abruptly shrugging and picking up one with dark curling hair and thick-lashed eyes. He emerged back into the snow, juggling the large package and cursing some more at Santa’s elves from the grotto down the street before stalking through the center to the car park.

The woman paused, tilting her head and a disturbance in the air next to her dissolved into the form of a tall, blond haired man wearing a long robe.

“Jeremiah.” She bowed her head respectfully towards him. Jeremiah was senior to her in rank, but more then that he had always been loyal and supportive when she needed it. She knew he didn’t approve of what she was doing, so the fact that he had shown up anyway proved that more then ever.

“You have not rethought things then?”

She shook her head. “This would not have been offered to me if it was impossible.”

“Nothing is impossible, as we know more than most, but this man is perhaps one of the closest cases I’ve seen. He has no compassion left, no goodwill. Do not waste your time on him, Laurel.”