Mooches Monday – Get to Work



I needn’t say more. Whew! Happy Monday!

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Mooches Monday – Daylight Savings Edition


I am no fan of losing daylight hours. I’m looking at you November 5th! However, there are a few benefits of less sunshine. #moretimeformooches #moresleep #moresnuggles What are some things you like about our waning daylight hours?

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Mooches Monday – 14 Funky Facts About Kissing

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Number 2 is quite interesting!  Kissing is good for what ails you. Research shows that the act of smooching improves our skin, helps circulation, prevents tooth decay, and can even relieve headaches.

So hey, get to it, folks!

To Make Your Day Hotter…



                                                        January 1, 2015

                                          Warrior Mine – Base Branch Novel 4

A silver fox learns new tricks.

The Base Branch office in Washington D.C. is so heavily fortified it makes Fort Knox look like a 7-Eleven. After twenty years in covert ops, nothing fazes Commander Vail Tucker. When a lightning bolt of feminine fury crashes into the interrogation room, holds him at gunpoint, and takes over the task with his prisoner, he’s more than surprised. She escapes without a trace, but Vail is unable to remain dispassionate. He must know what is so important the beguiling woman would risk her life to find it.

Carmen Ruez is deadly and desperate—a combustible combination. Born into the remnants of the Arellano Felix Organization, drugs and violence kept her in a gilded cage—until a twist of fate showed her the roots of their riches, making her yearn for freedom. She works for it. Fights for it. But her brother crosses the line to keep her loyal to the treacherous family she is determined to leave behind.

Following instinct, Vail uncovers Carmen’s motives and is galvanized by a protective instinct he hadn’t known he possessed. Determination and desire force them to work together to defeat those loyal to Carlos Ruez and the AFO. But are those traits enough to make them fight for a future together?







Cowboy Heat: Western Romance for Women

I interrupt our previously scheduled Zimbabwe posts (which we’ll complete in May) with some exciting news. Cowboy Heat‘s release date jumped from June to March 18! Cowboy Heat: Western Romance for Women is another Delilah Devlin Collection which gathers short stories from fifteen talented authors, many of whom are NYT & USA Today Bestselling authors.

I have tons of neat things to share with you in this next series about the iconic heroes. We’ll discuss (my favorite) the horses, the chow, the tools of the trade, The West and the men who helped shape it.

Cowboy Heat

For now, I’ll give you a sneak peak at my story.

Coming Home

 A busted-up rodeo champion finds the squirt he tormented in youth transformed into a fiery woman challenging him to become the man she deserves


Gravel crunched under the massive pickup’s tires as it left smooth pavement behind. Barrett’s chest constricted in response. Breathing became hard. Hell, the rebellion his insides pitched was close kin to a panic attack, but cowboys, whole or broke down, didn’t have such weak-kneed reactions. The panorama before him of vast rolling hills, green, cow-sprinkled grass and wide-open sky was home. Six years away hadn’t dimmed its beauty or his affection. Barrett rolled his shoulders and shrugged off the vibe. Nothin’ to get riled about.

Barrett crested the first hill and knew he had every right to feel screwed up inside. Two sorrel mares, one a good hand taller and three hundred pounds stouter than the other, blocked the gravel driveway. A petite woman with long, strawberry, wind-whipped hair, wearing boots and chaps, sat astride the smaller horse. Her elegant jaw set in a familiar expression of stubborn rage.

“Holy shit!” The words left his mouth in a drawled whisper.

He halted the pickup and confronted her fierce gaze with his own. The air between them grew thick with tension like an ol’ western draw. Finally, she swirled a finger in the air, signaling him to roll down the window. Being a gentleman, he obliged.

She planted a delicate hand on her hip. “You didn’t really think you were gonna sneak back home while everybody’s gone to auction, did you?”

The air blew crisp and clean in his face as he draped one arm on the door. “Yeah, I’s countin’ on it actually.”

“Anyone you lookin’ to avoid?” she asked, straightening, her silky pink lips tightening.

That face, part angel, part nymph, never ceased to amaze him. Neither did the rest of her. His eyes dropped to her bite-sized breasts and his cock saluted, thickening in his jeans. “Naw.” His lips parted again, but the words died in an expelled breath. Too soon for all that.

Pale lids narrowed around flame-green eyes. Her nose twitched, drawing his attention to the spray of freckles that ran across its ridge and over delightful apple cheeks. Then her lips moved. “A wise man would, but since you aren’t—lookin’ to avoid anyone, that is—git your tush out of that truck before my panties melt off.”

Damn, if his chest didn’t tighten again. He pounded his fist against the sensation, adjusted his hat, and leaned closer to the fiery woman. “Excuse me?”

“That is the point of that sexy machine, to make women drop their drawers?”

The laugh came from deep inside, from a place so hidden light hadn’t touched it in years. “Sassy Britches, it’s been a while. You’ve changed, and then you haven’t.”

“Barrett Whitman, if you wanna make it home, you won’t call me that again. I don’t care if you are ‘The Bear,’ four-year-reignin’ National Rodeo Champion. Get your ass out the truck and on this horse.”

“Scarlett, you keep talkin’ like that, and I’ll be forced to tell your daddy. I’d hate for him to have to paddle your sweet bottom.”

She gave a girlie, “Huh!” and then wiggled narrow hips as she spoke. “If you’d been around, you’d know my daddy’s retired back home to Texas and your parents saw fit to put me in charge of the ranch. Now, scoot. Daylight’s wastin’, and we got some ground to cover.”

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– With –

Randi Alexander
Cheyenne Blue
Michael Bracken
Layla Chase
Cynthia D’Alba
Delilah Devlin
Shoshanna Evers
Mia Hopkins
Myla Jackson
Emma Jay
Cat Johnson
Amber Lin
Robie Madison
Megan Mitcham
Sabrina York

Extra! Extra! Learn All About It!

Diamond State Romance Authors
Chapter 210 of Romance Writers of America®
DIY: A Toolbox for Self-Publishing & 
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Booksigning Benefit:
Date:   November 17, 2012
Workshop Presentation:  10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
The workshop schedule includes:
·         Pros and Cons of Self-Publishing
·         PR/Marketing
·         Where to Publish (including small press/e-press options)
·         Editing  
·         Q&A
This group of published writers will offer informative and fun tips on how to increase the chances of publishing commercial fiction. The workshop is available to all levels of writers ages 16 and older. No children, please.
Location:       Roosevelt Thompson Public Library
                        38 Rahling Circle
                        Little RockAR
Reservations for workshop not required but reservations will guarantee a seat and handouts.
For reservations, email or call Thompson library at 501-821-3060
After the workshop, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge will present a program about their mission to provide a lifetime refuge for abandoned, abused and neglected big cats such as lions and tigers.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Presentation: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
 Be there for door prizes, free books and networking opportunities.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Booksigning Benefit: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Location:       Oceans at Arthurs (close to Library)
                        27 Rahling Circle
The Wild at Heart anthology was specifically written and compiled as a fundraiser for the refuge, and the stories, which are suitable for all audiences, leave the reader with a positive feeling of hope for the future of these endangered animals. The stories in the anthology focus primarily on large-animal rescue and/or the dangers of keeping one as a pet.
Hope to see you there!