Full Moon

Nope…Full Moon is not a paranormal story thrown into the middle of my contemporary series. lol. Full Moon is actually Josie’s resolution for a happy new year. She’s been burned by love before and she’s not interested in walking down that path again. However, after a few years of boring “wham bam” marriage sex, she would like to try out some sexy new positions while she’s still young enough to strike the poses! So…she makes a list of 12 daring sexual adventures and decides she’ll try to fulfill one each month of the year–right around the full moon.

FullMoon72webFull Moon is a lighthearted story about a young single mother trying to raise her son and maneuver through the mine field of modern-day dating. It was a fun story to write and I absolutely fell in love with the hero/hot bartender, Jake, the man who is ready to claim Josie’s full moons…and her heart.

Sometimes it’s not just the tide that rises…

Second Chances, Book 2

In the two years since her divorce was finalized, Josie Jacobson’s life has become one long, boring routine. Work, home, repeat. She has her hands full as a single parent, and while she’s not looking for a serious relationship, she sure wouldn’t mind getting laid.

When her friend Zoey challenges her to make a New Year’s resolution for a second chance at happiness, Josie goes one better and creates the “Howl List”. Every full moon, she will indulge in a different sexual fantasy. Right at the top? Sex without strings.

Fate leads her to the Blue Moon bar in January. After all, what better place to howl? And when she meets Jake Stewart, the sexy bartender, and engages in some red-hot sex with a stranger, her year seems to be off to a great start.

At least, until Jake declares he wants all her full moons…

Warning: This is NOT the shifter story you are looking for. While the heroine howls during the full moon, she does it in naked, human form only. Sorry—no wolves, but there is a really sexy bartender and lots of red-hot fantasies.

Full Moon is available from AmazonBarnes and Noble, and Samhain.

March 29th, 2014 at 11:18 am


One Response to “Full Moon”

  1. Michele Ficht Says:

    I love all your books and look forward to reading this story.

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