WILD ROSE PRESS
(A Seattle Wilderness Mystery Book 1)
Crystal Rainey is aghast when she realizes her new year’s resolutions haven’t changed one whit from the previous year. Wanting to escape a future as dreary as a Pacific Northwest winter, she walks out on her dead-end office job, despite her tenuous savings account.
Stumbling across a job opening posted by a wilderness guide outfit, an intrigued Crystal bluffs her way into the position. With handsome fellow guide, the stalwart Conner Oakes, she leads a corporate retreat on a snowshoe hike to a majestic alpine chalet.
But when the company’s detestable owner turns up dead in the snow, she fears her new life and budding romance slipping away. She finally has something worth fighting for and is determined to solve the murder and grab her chance at happiness before it’s too late.
(A sequel to The Star and the Cross)
Katarina Von Rahmel fights ongoing fears caused by her experiences during World War II, but she still volunteers for risky expeditions into East Berlin with her brothers, to help those who need to escape the new Communist regime.
While between missions to the other side of the Berlin Wall, she goes from husband to husband to lover. One man is determined to destroy Katarina and her loved ones, while another is there to rescue her every time. Yet her brother the priest is the only one she believes can save her. Is she forever doomed?
(Love Is a Beach Book 1)
Madison receives acclaim for running a talent agency for people with disabilities, but she doesn’t know how to take care of herself. When her altruism becomes life-threatening—a matter of either develop healthy habits or die—she joins a reality TV show that pairs her with hot, raven-haired Brandon. He is witty, sexy, and her teacher. That makes him off limits.
After a successful run on a soap opera, Brandon stepped away from empty fame and now focuses on his work as TV’s most noted health teacher. He has one fast rule—never fall for a student. But when he meets Madison, their chemistry is combustible. There’s no hiding their conflict or their attraction, especially when it’s all caught on film.