No Other Choice
Dmitri and Santer have no choice. As alpha and omega of the Sandrekar clan, they can either accept their fate and their mate, chosen by their elders or escape their subterranean world for the surface. Something no other dragon shifter has done in centuries.
Or so they thought.
Armed with a stolen map, the two make it to the surface only to be swept into a sandstorm and hurtled into an even more potent whirlwind. Her name? Leysa Soren.
Her One Hope
Rather than submit to an arranged marriage, Leysa takes her chances on the desert. Her one hope, to make it to the capital and petition the King of Nova Aurora for sole rights as heir to her clan. She never expected to fall, literally, into the arms of a matched set of hot, hunky dragon shifters, and a matchmaker who claims they were fated to be mated.
Coming to terms with their Triad truth was hard enough, now the three must fight to be together and reclaim both their worlds. Will they survive?
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Who am I? Well, that’s a good question. When most people think of romance suspense authors, the image of Kathleen Turner as Joan Wilder in Romancing the Stone usually comes to mind. A lonely woman sitting in a bathrobe and fuzzy slippers, conjuring lovers and adventure in her imagination. In other words, one step away from being the neighborhood cat lady.
If that description made you cringe, then you know how we writer’s feel. Thankfully, for most of us, that image is far from accurate.
I have been married for 26 years, have three beautiful kids, three dogs, and a cat. I am a 2nd degree black belt in traditional Japanese karate, and as I’ve said, I love to travel, and my romantic and spontaneous husband shares that passion with me, so my stories get plenty of inspiration!
In the meantime, I am also a founding member and previous President of The Paranormal Romance Guild, a not-for-profit organization for readers and authors of the genre. Of course, I’m still writing, and when I’m not ‘bichok’ (butt in a chair hands on keyboard), I’m off with my hubby and our kids to exciting destinations.
Cat lady? I don’t think so.
I’ve always been a scribbler. From the time I could write my name I’ve been making up stories, writing characters and dialogue in the corners of notebooks. In fact, I often have conversations in my head with the characters I create. Some people call that part of the creative temperament, others just call it crazy. It’s probably a little bit of both. LOL!
I do however, have a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Fine Art, and with 27 books to date, I’ve got some street cred, as my teenagers say. So here I am. Living my dream.