Book 7 in the Hotter Than Hell series is now available and the reviews are fantastic. Like most of my books, I worried. I worried that readers wouldn’t understand why I told the story how I did. Inferno is written from my heart and it pushes the boundaries of love. You met Mak and Moon in Heat. They’re the couple who started it all. If I’m honest they already had their Happily Ever After but it doesn’t tell the whole story. Moon is a criminal and he’s dragging Mak right along with him. When you live the life they do, danger is around every corner and someone must pay the price. That person is Madison or “Mak” as she prefers to be called. I love Mak because she’s so strong but everyone has their limits and Inferno pushes Mak to be someone else. As you know, in real life that doesn’t work and I had no intention of letting it work in this book. Pick up your copy today and discover what true love is and what it takes to protect those you care about.
I’m working on the yummy parts of the first book in my new Hotter Than Hell series: “Heat” Here’s a sneak peek…
I once asked my mother what first attracted her to my father. She said it was his eyes—the kindness in his eyes. To understand Moon’s eyes you need to see the complete package.
His mind is sharp; he easily reads people. He reads me like he sees inside my mind and plucks out my thoughts.
His skin is smoke; it’s the only way to describe it now that I’ve had some time to look at him. If I knew nothing about him and saw him on the street, I would think Hawaiian or Samoan.
He’s exotic and his eyes grab you. Blue eyes have never been my thing. And the word “kind” can’t be used in conjunction with Moon’s eyes. They’re intense—treacherous—deadly. Then sometimes, when he looks at me, they go steamy hot. The kind of hot that says I want to lick you from the bottom to the top and then eat you slowly. So slowly, you won’t stop screaming until you’re completely undone.
I’m an ex-cop and will always have a cop’s heart.
Moon’s a criminal and controls a criminal empire. I want him and it’s playing havoc with my soul.