In this section, you’ll find fascinating behind-the-scenes extras for all the books in every one of my series: Fire Maidens, Aloha Shifters, The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch, Blue Moon Saloon, Shifters in Vegas, and the Serendipity Adventure series, as well as Veiled Fantasies and other titles in my travel romance series. That includes notes on the inspiration for stories & characters, scenes that changed between the first draft and final manuscript, and a list of my favorite scenes for each story. There are also fun extras like puzzles, recipes, family trees, and other exclusive material I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Newest posts appear on the top, and earlier ones deeper down. So please come along, explore, and enjoy!
Blue Moon Saloon: Bonus Material
I have a new project to present: my all-new BONUS MATERIALS video series. A lot of people ask how I get my ideas, and I found a fun way to share those interesting tidbits with you - by letting cute furry animals do the talking for me. Check out the videos HERE or click “read more” for a full list of direct links!
Deception, (Blue Moon Saloon, Book 5) was one of those stories I never saw coming. I fully intended to wrap up the series after Book 3, but then Todd came along. And in the final chapter of Book 4, along came the story of Summer, the mystery woman who saved the shifters cubs in Salvation. So of course, I had to write Summer’s story, and give her an awesome mate of her own. Read all about it here!
I’m definitely guilty of loving my own characters and wanting them to enjoy their happily ever afters. So I couldn’t resist revisiting all the couples of the Blue Moon Saloon series in a happy holiday story – and heck, I even had the perfect title: Celebration!
In some ways, Salvation, (Blue Moon Saloon, Book 4) was my most ambitious work because of the raw emotion of the story. The funny thing is, I never intended to write this book. Read more to find out just how this amazing story came to be…
In Damnation (Blue Moon Saloon, Book 1), Jessica makes raspberry-chocolate muffins that Simon drools over. That’s actually a recipe I’ve been using for a while. Why don’t you give it a try? You can use different types of berries (raspberry is Simon’s favorite) and try it with or without chocolate chips. Enjoy!