Saturday, June 25, 2011


Welcome back for another Six Sentences of my wip, Dating Impossible.  We left off last week with Dr. Cruz Avery finding a woman struggling into her bridesmaid dress... As always, all comments are welcome and appreciated. I return comments 100%! Don't forget to stop by to read great snippets from the other authors participating in SSS.
Happy Sunday!
     Sunlight streamed through the window, highlighting a tumble of strawberry blonde curls that disappeared over one shoulder, reminding him of an angel. 
     Another round of expletives came from the woman.  The cursing along with the sexy tattoo of an elaborate lotus flower in a splash of solid colors engraved in the flesh midway between her upper hips and her lower back, reminded him that this was no angel.
     “Can I help?” he asked, entering the room and closing the door behind him to allow her privacy.

Sunday, June 19, 2011


Welcome!  Today is Sunday, and you know what that means! A HUGE thanks to all who stops by each week and leaves a comment!  Last week, I only had enough time to comment on those who left a comment on my blog, but usually, I get through at least 50-70 posts!  If you'd like to read more SSS goodness, stop by this link:   Today, my Six is from my wip, Dating Impossible...Enjoy!  And Happy Father's Day to all you Fathers out there! 

    A muffled thump, then the crash of breaking glass followed by more cursing.  Words any sailor would be proud of.  He shook his head.  Unable to resist, he placed his palm against the cool wood and gave a gentle push.  His gaze landed on the sexiest bare back he’d ever seen. The sleek lines of her naked spine faced him as she hopped from foot to foot, struggling with the zipper of an emerald colored wisp of a dress.

Saturday, June 11, 2011


Welcome back for another round of Six Sentence Sunday! This week, Roxanne finds herself in a little bit of a situation when a drunken patient of hers gets a little bit amorous!  She turns to Jett for a little help.  Thanks for stopping by!

   “Listen,” she said through clenched teeth. “Isn’t it your job to serve and protect?  Get over here and get me off him, or call someone who will.”
   “That’d be the police, sweetheart.” He

chuckled. “The motto of the PFD is Survive,

Prevent Harm and Be Nice. 

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Enjoy what's left of your weekend!

Thursday, June 9, 2011


THANK YOU!!  A special thanks to all of you who participated in Brenda Novak's Online Auction For Diabetes Research!  My donations added $235 to the total jackpot of over $300,500!!!

I look forward to sending off the Kindle Reader with a download of my book, The Doctor's Deception and getting to work on the in depth critique of a partial submission!

Here's to next year!