So I have a new book out, Legendary Rock Star, where you can meet the Steel family and get to know them. When I moved to Pittsburgh all I knew was this was the place Andrew Carnegie had a bunch of Steel mills, and that was in my mind when I drove the roads or went shopping or took my children to the Children’s museum. And it’s called Steel city… it had me thinking that steel is stronger than iron, forged in fire, and what would a family be like where no matter what happens to them, family sticks together. And how do people with this type of bond fall in love? I eventually figured out their lives weren’t perfect, they aren’t billionaires (don’t worry as I know that’s like my favorite type of guy to write about so that will be weaved in) and the family started showing up in my mind.

And this time I can finally start writing more in the 1st person, which was something I wanted to transition to as it was a brand new series. And for launch week of the first book, you can grab Legendary Rock Star for 99 cents. (Sunday is the last day.)

And to celebrate my birthday, valentines, and just love in February, I put my entire romantic suspense series on sale as well. (I’ve always been a little extra.)

So grab all of these books now before the prices all go back up.

Follow the dream you had all your life? Or fall for the crush whose picture hung on your wall?

You probably told me to follow my dream first, right? I mean that’s what I’m supposed to do.

I made my way onto the TV stage to sing for my life and drove thousands of miles to do just that.

But Phoenix Steel is here and he wants a comeback.

Out of all the former bands in the world, it’s my teenage obsession whose sexier now than ever.

Except he’s here to win so he’s the competition. But if he wins, then I go back to living in that same room that used to have his poster as I skipped out on college to follow my music.

As the competition heats up, so are his kisses. And they burn through me, making me want to break rules.

I didn’t know what to do.

I was getting distracted and nothing else mattered except more of Phoenix. This was going to end bad for me. I can’t lose my once in a lifetime chance.

At some point I need to stop everything with Phoenix and focus on winning. But part of me doesn’t want too and that’s bad news. But what happened when the curtains fell wasn’t ever on my radar of possibilities…