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Release Day!

Oh, I hope you all had wonderful holidays! And can you believe the weather? I will say that it is perfect weather for snuggling up with a good wolf!

Amanda Cross is on a mission to save endangered wolves in the untamed wilds of the Pacific Northwest. But Amanda is a city girl with no survival experience. She needs to hire a guide to protect her on the dangerous journey into uncharted territory. That’s when she meets the sexy wolf shifter with the smoldering blue eyes.

Santiago is an ex-soldier wrestling with his dark past. The inexperienced Amanda is the last person he wants as a client, but he reluctantly agrees to help. He expected her to be a pain in the neck, but he never expected to fall in love.

What starts as a simple expedition becomes a fight for their lives when they run into a mysterious group of mercenaries, an ancient forest god, and a dark supernatural creature with a grudge against Santiago. He’ll have to overcome impossible odds if he wants to save the woman he loves, no matter what the cost.

This is book two of the Sanctuary series. Click on the photo to grab your copy. I hope you like it!

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Stay lovely!

A Slight Mix Up and Some Updates

One of my fabulous readers let me know about a mix up with my book, The Girl and the Lion. I accidentally uploaded the wrong book file recently. So some of you may have gotten Betrayed by the Bear instead of the Girl and the Lion. Obviously, that was a mistake on my part. The correct file is back up on Amazon. If any of you bought the book and ended up with the wrong file, try downloading it again please. And if that doesn’t work, please contact me and I’ll make things right. I’m very sorry about the mistake.

Now for some updates!

The holidays are a busy time, but I’m still hard at work on the next books. Book 2 of my Sanctuary series, The Girl and the Wolf, is about halfway finished. It’s about a young, inexperienced animal conservationist named Amanda Cross. She’s on a mission to save an endangered species of wolf in the untamed wilds of the Pacific Northwest. But Amanda is a city girl with no survival experience. So she hires the skilled, but cocky wilderness guide, Santiago. He’s hot-blooded, hot-tempered, and just all around hot! They’ll have to survive together, but only if they don’t kill each other first.

The Girl and the Wolf should be released by the end of the year.

And speaking of wolves, I’m also working on the next installment of my Whiskey Springs series. This small-town romance is shaping up to be a fun ride. More updates on that coming soon!

Monday, Monday . . .


Hello, lovelies.

Well, it’s Monday once again. A new week, new possibilities.  I have added a new book to the Haven series. I hope you’ll enjoy Betrayed by the Bear as much as I enjoyed writing it. I believe Xander is my favorite of the Sinclair brothers. Maybe he’ll be your favorite as well. (click on the photo for more info!)


I’ll be adding next-in-series novels to both Sanctuary and the Whiskey Springs Pack soon. By the way, the Books page has been updated to make it easier for you to select a book – or three.

And there will also be a BIG newsletter later in month with some nice holiday surprises for you. Be sure to sign up if you haven’t already.

Until next time. Stay lovely!
Stella

 

My Newest Release is Now Available

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Available now – Betrayed by the Bear (link in photo)

His mission was to betray her. He never meant to fall in love.

The ambitious young doctor, Dahlia James, makes the discovery of a lifetime. She doesn’t know it, but she’s stumbled onto one of the biggest secrets in all of history, the existence of shape shifters living among us. The bigger the secret, the bigger the risk. Dahlia draws the attention of two clashing groups of shifters, neither of which care if she lives or dies. She has no idea how much danger she’s in until she meets the sexy, mysterious Xander Sinclair.

Xander is an arrogant bear shifter on a mission to find Dahlia and destroy any evidence that shifters exist. Despite his orders, he can’t resist helping the beautiful woman when her life is threatened. Torn between protecting his people and his feelings for Dahlia, Xander is faced with the hardest decision of his life.

Betray the woman he loves or turn his back on everything he’s ever known.

A full novel-length romance with a HEA and NO cliffhanger, Betrayed by the Bear is the third book in the sizzling Haven Series and can be read as a stand-alone book or in order.

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I Want You to be Happy

heart-love-glossy-valentine-romance-romanticAfter years of fits and starts and shoving the idea to the back of mind as I waited for that elusive “right time”, I started writing romance novels full time a few years ago. And of course, when I did, friends and family asked “why romance novels?”

It’s a long and convoluted answer that would take a few hours and several bottles of wine to answer.

A more important question could be “what does reading romance novels do for me?” I admit, I am a voracious reader and I still love romance novels. The queens of my world are descended from Rosemary Rogers, Kathleen Woodiwiss, and Bertrice Small. Ah, the good old fashioned bodice ripper with Fabio on the cover! And trying to hide the cover of the book you were reading in order to fend off uncomfortable discussions.

Things are a bit different now. Electronic readers have done away with the need to hide, bodice rippers on the covers have become ripped bods, and there is a veritable plethora of sub-genre romance readings from which to choose.

But did you know there are benefits to reading what I’m laying down? Oh, yes indeed.

According to Glenn Croston Ph.D. of Psychology Today, reading romance novels can make you happy. Dr. Croston writes “Stories like this can be reassuring, and train our mind to have positive expectations.  And when we have positive expectations about the world, we tend to be happier.”

So, read a romance novel. Or three, or three dozen. After all, I want you to be happy.

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