Find out how an unfortunate trending topic sent Alice Cabot to Beverly Hills, and why Pepper Addington was waiting for her.
Do Overs, You Can’t Win if You Don’t Play and Lilith are in one bundle. Not sure you’ve read them? These links to descriptions and an excerpt will help.
Milla Zajac is home for the holidays. It’s a surprise for her mother, and a promise of the best apple pie on the planet and plenty of unrationed hot showers. Her winding path home leads her to Tyna, and thoughts of a future that seemed out of reach. (Excerpt below.)
With the release of Roller Coaster just a few weeks away, I’ve created an extensive excerpt featuring the prologue and some of chapter one to introduce you to Laura Izmadi and Helen Baynor — as they were when they first met and as they are now, twenty-three years later.
Perhaps she knew, because she let me lean into her for a long moment, giving me strength. I took it, greedy creature that I am. When she was standing in the convention wings tomorrow evening, waiting for her momentous speech as a woman on the edge of history, I would give it back.
She stared at the sender’s name and then took a deep breath. What did Tamara Sterling, the woman who stared impassively at her from the covers of SFI annual reports, want with her? Maybe it was a mistake.
Today’s the day! Stepping Stone is releasing from Bella Books and is on its way to readers everywhere. I know some of you are on pins and needles, so here’s the first sixteen pages or so, opening with an online entry from BUZZTASTIC … a secondary “character” readers will know very well before it’s all over.