Craft is live!

(I might be flailing.)

I haven’t had this much fun writing a book in oh-so-long. Their chemistry, their banter just sucked me in. I had a hard time keeping up with these two! LOL

I hope you enjoy reading this story as much as I loved writing it. Want some early reviews? Check these out:


“Craft is an example of “small town romance” at its very finest.” – NYT Bestselling author Raine Miller

“Brilliant!” – Words We Love By Blog

“I’m falling so hard for Gibson boys it’s not even funny.” – OMGReads Blog

“Lance and Mariah are two wonderfully crafted characters, whose story quickly captured and held my attention throughout.” – Louise’s Book Buzz Blog

“The chemistry comes off the page like a flame.” – SBR Reviews

“Gah…this book!!! Craft is flawless.” – Sultry Sirens Book Blog

“I flew through this book because it was just that good.” – My Girlfriend’s Couch


I’m celebrating this release in a way I’ve never done before. There will be multiple giveaways on my author page every day for a week. Yeah. We’re talking almost 30 different prizes including signed paperbacks, gift cards, Advanced Review Copies, and ebooks. It’s going to be fabulous. Make sure you head to my author page here and enter.



Lance Gibson drives Mariah Malarkey absolutely crazy. He uses her office like a phone booth, takes cupcakes from the corner of her desk like she baked them just for him. She didn’t. Maybe she knew the history teacher happened to love peanut butter icing, but that was purely a coincidence. All sixteen times.

Mariah has a way of getting under Lance’s skin too. She calls him out on his crap, spoils him even if inadvertently, and seeing the librarian in skirts drives him wild. She won’t give in. It’s for the best, really, considering there’s no way he could lie to a woman like that and he’s not about to tell her the truth about himself. Not in a million years.

These two don’t hate each other. They don’t really like each other. But for this to be a friends-to-lovers story, they have to start somewhere, right?

Note: This can be read as a standalone novel.