Like romantic comedy with a feel good ending? Like a story where the good guy wins the girl?
Aliens In Kilts is the silliest, spoofiest, craziest series I’ve written, and yes, I’m making fun of alien abductions, as well as every other SciFi trope out there. Sorry Whovians, Trekkies, and those who have the Force strong within them because my Irish hero and heroine have no idea about any of that.
Angus MacNamara and Erin O’Shea are ground up technophobes from the 1950s who are trying as hard as they can to catch up. That’s not easy when they’re dealing with time travel, space portals, growling aliens, and knowing that nearly everyone they meet is keeping secrets from them. Add in the expectation to use their matchmaking skills to run a dating agency set up to keep Earth from being attacked and you get a real mess
It’s hard to fully explain the humor in these books, but if like movies like Galaxy Quest, Spaceballs, or more recently Guardians of the Galaxy, then you’re going to like this series.
The stories do have a bit more language than usual… but in my world, as well as in the one that abducts Angus and Erin, I prefer to think Irish swearing doesn’t count. Their passion sets them apart.
These might possibly be the funniest action and adventure stories I’ve ever written. Get your copy of Matchmaker Abduction and see if you agree.
Next Song I Sing is now available in ebook again and Book 2 has made it to the Coming Soon page! That’s more good news than I’ve shared in while about the Next Time Around series. Happy reading!
Freshly divorced at 40, Chloe has few illusions left about her ability to make any of her dreams come true. She is never going to be thin, never going to be a famous singer, and obviously never going to be sexy enough to keep a man like her handsome ex-football player husband from cheating. Thank heavens she at least has great friends.
Celebrating her return to Cali with a long weekend at the 5-star Blue Skies Hotel and Spa with them seems like just the thing she needs to jump start her “do over” post-divorce life. How much Chloe ends up liking sexy owner, 45 yr old Jasper Wade, is a surprise though. So is the way Jasper’s unrestrained kisses send lust and renewed hope singing through her.
Join 40 yr old college friends Chloe, Taylor, and Emma in this contemporary romantic comedy series as they help each other find real love and romance the next time around.
The romantic comedy continues with Never Ever Been Better, Book 8 of The Perfect Date series. The fun is back. I felt a bit guilty for making Lincoln Walker the flunky date in so many of the earlier books. I decided it was time for Lincoln to find his match. I think you’ll enjoy this fun and funny romantic comedy.
Most days Iris can’t believe that she actually left her home and country for a smooth-talking jerk who tossed her into the street first chance he got. A woman has to view that sort of thing as life lesson. Her mum raised her to be a survivor, and that includes understanding her worst enemy is herself when it comes to good-looking men.
Besides… nice men don’t date broke women staying at hostels.
And Lincoln Walker seems to be a very, very nice man. He has a growing list of rich, beautiful, and successful business women wanting to date him. Iris calls tending bar a career. They couldn’t be any less suited for each other.
Imagine Cinderella never getting to the ball. Then imagine her turning forty and still scrubbing fireplaces for a living. That would be the fairytale version of Iris’s life.
She’s got no time to waste on dating Prince Charming—or rather, Prince Walker. The man owns his own urban kingdom and yet chooses to fly balloons for a living. Iris, on the other hand, chooses to take down rowdy drunks in bars. Cupid better not shoot an arrow her way or she’ll take him down too.
In her life, love and romance are temporary. That’s all Iris can afford.
Don’t miss the action, adventure, and fun in the next installment of the Alien Guardians of Earth.
What a crazy summer it’s been! When I surfaced in August from helping my mother heal from a May fall that put her in a wheelchair, I had to take some drastic measures to recover my writing. The biggest one is to make a good portion of my work available in Kindle Unlimited. The last time any of my work was in KU was later 2016 through early 2017.
The upside is making the books available to the KU audience of readers. I’ve gotten many questions about when or if I was ever going to do this. When I recently looked at two year’s worth of links clicked in my pre-order and release emails, the Amazon clicks vastly outnumbered the other retailers by something like a 100 Amazon clicks for every 3 clicks elsewhere. In other words, the majority of people on my email lists are obviously Amazon users. I don’t know how many of you are Kindle Unlimited subscribers, but I imagine quite a few are.
Here are links to the series that have already moved into KU (just the SFR ones so far). More will be added in the future.