“A Member of the Council is pure magic.” Angie Fox (Award Winning and Best Selling author of Immortally Yours)
Here you’ll find a gentle mix of romance, mystery, and a touch of the paranormal. Kind of like my life.
I love happy endings. My stories are all about life in small town America and building the family that you deserve. You know, the people who love you unconditionally – even when you’re less than perfect.
Personal stuff? I’m a five year breast cancer survivor. I’m married to my own hero who shaved his shoulder length hair when I lost mine during chemo. I’m the proud mom of a computer engineer (although I don’t know what that means.) And I have two fur babies.
I’m an active member of MORWA, my local RWA chapter.
My debut was THE BULL RIDER’S BROTHER released June 4th, 2012 from Crimson Romance. Cowboys aren’t easy to love—but they sure are easy on the eyes. I bet you’ve felt the same way my heroine Lizzie has, at least once or twice. Since that time, THE BULL RIDER’S MANAGER, came to your favorite digital store. If flying was hell, waiting to fly was purgatory. Barb’s in for a wild ride this trip to Vegas, and I’m not talking about turbulence on the plane. Both are available in print as well as digital.
For those of you who like a little magic in your stories — A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL released November 5th from Lyrical Press. A rogue hunter, a clueless witch and a mission to save an unknowing world. And the second book in The Council Series, RETURN OF THE FAE, releases July 1st, 2013.
April 20th brought a spicy contemporary romance to my list – TEMPORARY ROOMMATES set in St. Louis. And May 22, MARRIAGE NOT INCLUDED, a organic farmer’s daughter meets corporate seed executive. Set in Idaho, this story takes me home and I’m pleased to share that trip with you.
Now, I’ve also got big news – e-Kensington has just contracted me to write three cozy mysteries. Set in a small coastal California town, I love these who dun it’s with a touch of romance. More news to come.
I’ve come a long way from the little girl on the school bus who used to cut out pictures from Teen Beat to illustrate my tales of love and loss. And yet, not so far.
So pull up a chair, pour a cup of coffee, and let’s chat about writing, love, life, and the pesky things that get in the way of our goals and dreams.
I’m glad you found me.