Tidbit Tuesday: A Slow Burn: Stories from Beauville

Welcome back to Beauville, where anything is possible. Here is a snippet of how it all started. A snippet from A Slow Burn, book 1 in my Stories from Beauville Series.   “Annabelle.” “Sheriff Storme.” He smiled, and I swear my heart beat a little faster at the...

Tidbit Tuesday: Until Her, (For Reese)

“Our son’s name will be Xavier Alexander Cavanaugh,” Treat announces. We clap and cheer, and before we dig in to eat, little Ava decides she too has something to say. We all look her way as she clears her throat and in a very clear and serious voice says, “Daddy is...

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Tidbit Tuesday: Until Her Snippet

There is always a light at the end of every dark tunnel. But who ever analyzes the journey to get there? There are doors leading to different outcomes, Windows slightly ajar, offering other paths, and cracks in the wall alluding to the outer arena called life.
Jackson’s been through it all.

Random Thursday Snippet: Featuring Until Her

“I’m a man. I need the physical as well as the emotional and mental. But more physical than anything else. I need to touch you, Anna, to know that you’re mine.” I laugh as an idea pops into my mind. “Okay, duly noted.” “Good.” “I know we can’t talk about the case, but...

#Tidbit #Tuesday: Until Her Snippet

This is a tiny snippet from Until Her. This is from Anna's perspective and she's in a state where she's aware, but isn't aware to those around her. (If that makes sense) 🙂 I can feel softness. Warmth. Everything around me is calm. I think I can even hear music, but...

Until Her Blurb

There is always a light at the end of every dark tunnel. But who ever analyzes the journey to get there? There are doors leading to different outcomes, Windows slightly ajar, offering other paths, and cracks in the wall alluding to the outer arena called life....

Tidbit Tuesday #Anna & #Jackson #UntilHer #August2016

Here is another teaser from Until Her, featuring the couple we all love, Anna & Jackson!

50 Signed Ebooks a Month [September: A Slow Burn]

In the Fictional town of Beauville, anything is possible.

Annabelle Macon left home to become somebody. When fired from her job in New York, she’s anxious to come home. Home is where the heart is, and her heart has always been set on Jackson Storme. But when opportunity presents Anna with an exciting new job back in New York, she doesn’t know what to do.

Sheriff Jackson Storme is happy being deemed a player. He hasn’t found the one woman to call his own, and that’s okay with him. When his baby sister pulls up to the Fourth of July picnic and her passenger steps out, Jackson realizes his woman has made herself known.

Will Anna and Jackson’s fire only burn for one night, or can he convince her that the best burn is A Slow Burn…

Until Her

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“Our son’s name will be Xavier Alexander Cavanaugh,” Treat announces.

We clap and cheer, and before we dig in to eat, little Ava decides she too has something to say. We all look her way as she clears her throat and in a very clear and serious voice says, “Daddy is marrying Honey Mom, and I will be the flower princess, so when Savior comes, he can walk with me.”

We all laugh at how she says Xavier’s name. It sounds like savior.

“Well, what if I want to walk you down the aisle, precious,” Finn says, smiling over at Ava. She looks at me as if asking for permission.

“Honey Mom, can Finn walk me and Savior?”

I grin.

“Sure.”

“Kay, I’m hungry, I want to eat the chocolate chip cake we made.”

“After dinner. Right now, we’re eating this.”

My maternal instincts haven’t exactly kicked in, but I see the beginnings of tears shine in Ava’s beautiful eyes.

“I don’t like it,” Ava whines.

“You haven’t even tried it,” I say back. She’s never done this before, but JoJo, who has kids of her own, did warn me. Little Ava is testing her boundaries.

“I don’t want to try it.” She’s in full pout mode, and Jackson looks at me. I can tell he’s about to give in. I shake my head at him. He better not go there.

“You mean to tell me, you don’t like dragon meat?” Sawyer tosses out.

“Dragon meat?” Ava says slowly.

“Yeah,” Finn agrees. “Dragon meat, complete with tree arms and red taters. Anna even made moons berry bread. All the princesses and faeries eat this.”

Ava’s eyes go big. The twins really know how to work it. I need to take a page from their book.

“Really?” Ava is starting to get excited.

“Yeah, really, and the cookie cake we made is a recipe I got from Princess Elsa,” I say, in hopes she’ll agree.

“Oh, yes, I remember now, ‘cause, you’re Elsa’s sister. Right, Honey Mom?”

Everyone stares. I get it. I’m not Anna from Frozen, and in little Ava’s head, she knows, too, but we’ve watched Frozen a million times.

“You mean to tell me; I’m marrying the Princess Anna?” Jackson jokes.

“Yes, Daddy, you stole her from Kristoff because he and Olaf are on a secret quest to find the Easter Bunny.”

Ava is deadly serious. We’ve had many conversations surrounding the secret quest. Indi is smiling, trying her best not to laugh, and Jackson and the rest of the men at the table are clueless. Jackson’s watched Frozen once, maybe twice. I’ve been subjected to Frozen nearly every day. I have to make the movie interesting.

“Well, I guess I’d better take extra care with our Princess Anna.”

Ava nods her head sharply before looking down at her plate. She looks up to Finn and Sawyer and whispers, “Is this really dragon meat?”

Both brothers nod their heads, and we watch as Ava sets in to eat her dinner.

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