Romance In the Wind

Hello, my Readers, and welcome to another exciting adventure! I just published the fourth book in the Dragon Sin series, Call of the Wind! Feel free to leave a review or rate the book at any of the retailers to let me know what you think about it!

I’m still writing up that sneak peak for my next series, Shadow Dragon. It’ll be a little messy and I’ll try not to include any spoilers, but I hope you enjoy it!

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Wet and Fun Romantic Dragons

Hello, my Readers, and welcome to another exciting adventure! I just published the third book in the Dragon Sin series, Through the Looking Pool! Feel free to leave a review or rate the book at any of the retailers to let me know what you think about it!

I’m also planning on letting you guys have a sneak peak into my writing style for my next series, Shadow Dragon. It’ll be messy and I’ll try not to include any spoilers, but I hope you enjoy it!

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Loving Scotland – Chapter 15

Morbid curiosity made me look forward to the boat ride, and we met the skipper in the garden outside the quaint cottage.

“Do you have your reply, my laird?” he asked of the island’s owner.

Fin smiled and tapped his temple with a finger. “I do, Captain, but I’ll be sending it over myself. Have you room enough for two castaways in search of a clothing shop?”

The captain wrinkled his nose. “The room, aye, but the clothing-” He paused and shook his head. “You won’t find anything good in these parts, my laird.”

Rather than show disappointment, Fin laughed. “Glad to hear it. Now if you’ll take us ashore we’ll see what we can find.”

A dark shadow passed over the captain’s brow before he turned away, his shoulders stiff and a twitch to his nose. “Aye, my laird. . .”

“I don’t want to be too much trouble,” I whispered to him as we followed the salty sailor down to the landing.

He shook his head. “No trouble at all. There’s a clothing shop just in town.”

I looked from the ragged back of the captain’s coat to the laird. “But the captain just said-”

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