Good to be back. I’ve been locked in my writing dungeon completing this new release. SO much fun following these two on their sexy, steamy romp through all kinds of adventure.

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Here’s the blurb.

An unrequited love.  An unexpected reunion.

Dot Anderson has been in crush with Matthew Montgomery since she was a skinny, awkward teenager saddled with braces, thick  glasses, and short, mousey brown hair.  Hanging around the cafe where he’d stop for coffee, she would pet his dog, Jinx, just to be near him, but time has passed, and the ugly duckling has blossomed into a swan. Dot has become Dusty, an enticing female with long flaxen hair and deep green eyes. After winning the divisional barrel racing finals, she bumps into the handsome cowboy. Her feelings are as strong as ever, but he doesn’t remember her, at least, not at first, which absolutely infuriates her.

As their crackling love affair evolves, so does a mystery involving Dusty’s champion steed. As Matt attempts to uncover the secret, he must deal with his growing attraction to the willful young woman, and protect her from the danger that lurks in the shadows. Spanking, bondage, graphic sex, and a sizzling chemistry scorch the pages of this deeply romantic tale.


“Girl, you are so gorgeous,” he growled engulfing her in a tight, enveloping hug.“Now I’m gonna spank you, standing here, just like this.”

A thousand butterflies burst to life, and as he held her tightly with one arm, his free hand roamed over her seat. She squeezed her eyes shut as he landed his first swat, and when he delivered the second she thrust her pelvis forward. Suddenly his cock was pressing against her, and she dug her fingers into his back as the third swat made her gasp.

“Just a few more,” he mumbled, “a bit harder.”

The thin cotton of her white slacks provided little protection, and when his hot hand slapped a flurry of stinging smacks, she clutched his shirt and buried her head in his shoulder.

“There, that should do it,” he sighed, “now are you gonna be a good girl now? No more tantrums?”

“No,” she whispered, “no more tantrums.”