September 2014 eBook Releases

The following books will be released on September 16, 2014.

Heart of the Eagle

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Jim Tremain watched the magnificent bird soar through the air and land on Dahlia Kincaid’s gloved arm.  The eagle was stunning, but Dahlia was the most breathtaking woman he’d ever seen.  Would this beautiful ornithologist allow him to headquarter his search for an international poaching ring on her Colorado ranch?

Jim remind Dahlia of Nar, her golden eagle.  He was dangerous, powerful, gloriously masculine.  Jim Tremain wasn’t the predator he’d first seemed.  His eyes contained kindness and understanding.  Could she risk her heart–with everything to lose, but so much to gain?

AUTHOR COMMENT:  Kincaid series.  This was the second “non” series I wrote for Silhouette to prove to to them that writing the first, Travis series, wasn’t a fluke.  This time, they were all written for Silhouette Special Edition, so that was a positive change (instead of having, like the Travis series, published in two different series lines, one at Harlequin and the other two at Silhouette).  Book 1 Heart of the Eagle, Book 2 A Measure of Love, Book 3 Solitaire. All have the theme of Nature in them.  Two are cowboy books, (1 and 2) and the third takes place down in Muzo, Columbia, at the emerald mines.

This takes place on the Triple K ranch in Colorado.  I loved writing about a raptor rehabilitator, Dal Kincaid.   The hero is part Native American.  I was able to get in a lot about Nature, the land, the animals and had a lot of fun with Nar, the golden eagle and Dal’s cat, who played hide-n-seek with the big, bold eagle.  And Dal had her own secrets but it is Jim’s tenderness toward her that allow her to try once again to reach out and love.

A Measure of Love

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A measure of love… That was what Rafe Kincaid offered her. Yet Jessie knew it wasn’t enough–for either of them.

She’d come to protect the wild horses that roamed his land.  But one look at the proud, defiant rancher was enough to warn her — it was her heart that was in danger.  Rafe ha lost love once to tragedy, and Jessie feared she could never persuade him to take that chance again.  Or could she?  Could their passion convince him to abandon the past…before history repeated itself?

AUTHOR COMMENT:  I’m a Nature girl, prefer country life, avoid cities at all cost and the only sounds I want to hear at night is crickets and frogs, not sirens and bleating of car horns. Rafe Kincaid is the iconic, stoic, alpha cowboy who runs a ranch. Jessie, who works for the BLM, Bureau of Land Management, is called out to investigate a report that the owner of the Triple K in Colorado is shooting mustangs that encroach upon his ranch land.  She’s been an office girl not a field investigator, but she loves horses and takes the assignment, never realizing her heart has a stake in this as well.

Solitaire

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When mining engineer Cat Kincaid was trapped in a cave-in, it was the gentle bullying Slade Donovan who talked her through the terrifying hours until her rescue. And it was slyly masterful Slade Donovan who spirited her home to his Texas ranch to heal.

Though drawn to Slade’s rugged brand of courage, though warmed by his masculine attentions, Cat felt deeply, uncomfortably indebted to him. And now, he needs her expertise to help him build an emerald mine. But would risking her life again earn merely his gratitude, when what she wanted was his love?

AUTHOR COMMENT:  I got to strut my knowledge of emeralds from my GIA (Gemology Institute of America) diploma for Colored Stones. I have a personal love of emeralds. They are one of my favorite along with opals. I was born in the month of May and emerald is that month’s gemstone, so perhaps that’s why I love this remarkable gemstone! I took my knowledge of South American emerald mines, mostly in Columbia, to create this book. I particularly liked the fact that Cat Kincaid, who almost died in a mining cave-in, has the guts to go into and help build another mine later when Slade asks her a favor to help him. What she doesn’t know is that her heart is going to give her the courage to face her greatest fears. And also bring Cat her greatest love.