While most novelists would consider jetting off to Hollywood for a television interview rather exciting, small town Montana writer Kate Mosely finds it all a bit eye-rollingly exhausting. Until she shares the stage and a whole heap of carnal gazes with rock star Trevor Jenkins that is. Despite his intimidating on-stage bravado, underneath it Kate discovers a man with a Rilke poem tattooed on his arm, an appreciation for cronuts, and a snarky wit to match her own.

After losing her husband in a car accident where she was behind the wheel, Kate has finally found her bearings in the world again, rebuilding a simple life she can count on. Even if that life has mostly been a lot of lonely nights watching old movies in the dark and quiet days writing for the hometown newspaper.

As she and Trevor embark on a sexy new relationship, the scarred parts of her heart start to heal, making room for a love so passionate it makes her want long-forgotten things. Wild things, heart-swelling things, and joyful things. But when a searing article in a trashy gossip magazine sends Kate running, it threatens their chances at forever. (SIMON & SCHUSTER’S Pocket Star – April 2015)

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When Devon Jenkins met Simon Cole for the first time, it went a little something like this: He hit on her, she shot him down, he made a lewd joke, she told him he was an idiot.

In the two years since then, not much has changed. From the fact that Simon is the guitarist in her brother’s band, to the way he flirts shamelessly with every set of ovaries within a hundred-mile radius, Devon knows the smartest thing she can do is keep a sturdy, nearly impenetrable, wall between them. But when a series of celebratory whiskey shots start doing the talking at her brother’s wedding reception, Devon finds herself drunkenly considering the idea that waking up with Simon in her bed might be a perfectly reasonable way to end the night. Right up until he tells her no. Leave it to Simon to find a moral compass in the middle of nowhere Montana.

As Devon starts to discover Simon is more than just a sexy mess of tattoos and good looks, she ends up thinking he might be just what she’s been missing. But when Devon is forced to confront the notion that a girl who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks might never be good enough for a guy like Simon, she nearly throws it all away. (SIMON & SCHUSTER’S Pocket Star –  June 2015)

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Ten years ago, Jake Holt graduated high school and then bolted out of Crowell, Montana before the sun came up. Why? Because the word outcast doesn’t begin to describe how a kid with Doc Martens and a lip ring is treated in a rural town of eight hundred people. The only thing he left behind? The prom queen.

Lacey Mosely, the former prom queen in question, stayed put. Living in the same house she grew up in and working at The Beauty Barn just as she has since she was sixteen. So when fate – and the untimely early arrival of her sister’s new baby – lands a very grown up Jake back in Crowell, Lacey is more than a little thrown.

And Jake Holt is just as fearless and forthright as she remembers…all wrapped up in an even more tempting package. But when life hands Lacey a chance to have something more than she’s ever dreamed of, it’s her turn to decide what to leave behind.  (SIMON & SCHUSTER’S Pocket Star – October 2015)

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