Novellas

The Message in a Bottle Blog Hop & Giveaway (stop #1)

Posted on Mar 1, 2017 in For Readers, Novellas | 145 comments

The Message in a Bottle Blog Hop & Giveaway (stop #1)

Flames lapped at the monk’s robes. He raced down the corridors that crackled with the collision of dampness and heat, dodging fire-lit debris. So this was to be the end, then. The night the stones of Ballyfir Monastery would tell their last tale…  So begins the tale of a humble monk, his unwavering courage, and the bronze bottle he sends into the night with a prayer that its contents might bring hope—the very word etched into the bottle—to someone, somewhere. The Message in a Bottle Romance Collection follows the journey of that same bottle throughout the...

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Heirloom Brides ~ Now Available!

Posted on Nov 10, 2015 in News and Updates, Novellas | 4 comments

Heirloom Brides ~ Now Available!

This month Kim Vogel Sawyer, Mona Hodgson, Tracey Bateman and myself are all celebrating the release of Heirloom Brides, a collection of four historical romances from Barbour! My novella, Something New, opens in the spring of 1893 as Tate Kennedy is just returning from sea to his home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, and his childhood friend, Wren. Each of the novellas in the collection centers around an heirloom given to the heroine. In Something New, Wren’s heirloom is none other than her grandmother’s heirloom seeds, brought to her all the way across...

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This Quiet Sky – Quotes and Pins

Posted on Nov 11, 2014 in Mason Jar Books, Novellas, This Quiet Sky | 22 comments

This Quiet Sky – Quotes and Pins

This Quiet Sky releases this Friday! Are you ready?! If you’ve pre-ordered your copy, you likely are. :D If you’ve been wanting it on paperback, I’m happy to tell you that it’s ready to order! Just click here. ____ Recently, I sat down with the novella and combed through some of the text, on the hunt for quotes to make a few pinnables for Pinterest. It’s one of those processes that kind of lets the characters speak for themselves which is always a bit of an adventure.  A few of the quotes below are from the hero — thanks, Tuck. But...

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