They have lived for centuries. An ancient, secretive race of were-panthers faced
with near extinction. To assure their survival they must conceal their identities
and abilities, while protecting mankind from an unimaginable, primordial evil.
Redemption: The Abcynians, Book III
Her ship overtaken by pirates, Jocelyn Kincaid is rescued by Captain Don
Adriano de Montoya. Initially afraid of the privateer sailors call El Fantasma, she
discovers he is not the ghost some have portrayed him to be. He claims to be part
of a mythical race—and her mate! Fascinated, she’s brokenhearted when he
makes plans to sail her home to Boston.
Haunted by the memory of his murdered family, Adriano has sworn to ruin the
man he holds responsible for their deaths. When he unexpectedly finds his mate
aboard an enemy ship, he saves her life. Despite their unprecedented attraction,
he keeps his distance until he learns a secret about Jocelyn that could potentially
endanger her and Abcynian kind.
Determined to keep the woman he loves safe, his mission changes. But when she
discovers the truth he’s guarding, will she forgive him, or set him on a path of
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My love for storytelling began when I created my first fictional characters,
mischievous, identical twin brothers, in kindergarten. Years later, I started to
write, completing my first handwritten manuscript when I was in middle school. I
confess, the heroine was a cross between a contemporary Laura Ingalls Wilder
and Nancy Drew, but when I wrote ‘the end’ I knew I had more stories to tell.
Of course, life intervened, but whether I was in high school, college, working a
variety of jobs to pay for my degree in History and Secondary Education, I was
always writing and reading romances. Finally, I joined RWA and the New
England Chapter, becoming an author with Ellora’s Cave until the publisher
closed its doors. Now, I am writing under my own name and loving every minute
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