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River’s Run on Sale at iBooks

Celebrate Science Fiction Romance at iBooks where you will find River’s Run on sale along with 19 other great SciFi Romance books.

“Kickass has never been so badass and rip roaring funny! ”

Get River’s Run now!


“River has turned her mate Torak’s world upside down. I love it!”

Don’t delay as River’s Run is only on sale for a limited time from October 25th to November 8th 2016.

Click here to snap up your copy at iBooks
Audiobook also available on iTunes!

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Lily’s Cowboys is out now in audiobook

Lily’s Cowboys: Second Chance Book 1



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Lily’s Cowboys was the first story I ever wrote and holds a very special place in my heart. Her quiet strength, her love, her understanding, and her ability to heal the hurt deep inside the brothers touched my own heart and opened it to what it would mean to live a life over and over, only to know that you will die.

This amazing story shows the power of love between three brothers and their love for Lily, the woman who will bring them together as a family once again. For Lily, she discovers that if you truly love someone, it might mean breaking a few rules – and that a heart can hold enough love to make them one.

I’ll admit I was in a low spot in my life when I first started writing Lily’s Cowboy. I was listening to country music (which everyone knows there is heartache) when the story came to me. Unable to resist, I started the story and listened to the characters. While I never planned on writing a menage, I soon learned that it is the characters’ lives I am sharing. I am simply the medium that helps them share it with you.

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Touching Rune is out now in audiobook

Touching Rune The Second Chance Series, Book 2



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Rune August embraces her life in New York City in 1894. She has lived again and again through many different time periods, but has never found tranquility until she walked into St. Agnes Home for Orphans. In her heart, she believes she has found a place she can call home. She will do everything she can to give the children in the orphanage a better life.

When a developer sets his sights on the property she and the children call home, she doesn’t hesitate to fight back – and win. But that win comes at a terrible price… her life… casting her once again into the shadows.

Refusing to leave the children unprotected, she watches over and protects them in a different form… as the beloved statue in their center garden. But her time as the children’s guardian angel draws to a close when the orphanage is renovated. Rune finds herself packed away and sold. Her new home is now far away from the familiar streets of New York and the children she loves.

Sergei Vasiliev and his best friend and bodyguard, Dimitri Mihailov, run one of the most powerful computer software development companies in the world. Both men carry deep scars from their life on the streets and from living in the world of the ultra-rich. Sergei knows men want him for his power and women want him for his money. Dimitri knows that some men and women would do anything to gain the secrets their company is developing.

Their lives change when Sergei purchases a statue for their home outside of Moscow. There is something about the statue of the young woman that touches an unexpected need deep inside both of them.

An impulsive purchase and a simple wish will change their lives forever. For anyone who touches Rune learns that love and hope are what makes the world a better place. Can she warm the hearts of two bitter, scarred men before the last petal falls from the Christmas rose that grows in the garden that has become her new home or will she be forever frozen, destined to only love them from afar?

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Coming Soon: The Dragonlings’ Haunted Halloween 2: Night of the Demented Symbiots


Night Of The Demented Symbiots
Night Of The Demented Symbiots

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The Dragonlings and their besties are excited about the preparations for another Halloween holiday. As the night of the festival draws closer, the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice discover a threat to the newest members of their families; the Queen of the Demented Symbiots plan to send her minions to capture the new babies and take them to the land of Halloween where she lives.

With their parents busy organizing for the huge festival for the people of Valdier in the underground cavern, the babies are left with no choice but to prepare for the ultimate battle – to save Morah, Leo, and Hope from the Queen of the Demented Symbiots!
Join in a holiday adventure that you won’t forget as the little ones use their special skills to protect their friends and family in The Dragonlings’

Interview with a Navigator by Laurie A. Green

I am thrilled to be one of nine authors in the anthology, Pets in Space, combining two of my big loves, space and pets. A portion of proceeds are being donated to hero-dogs.org who raise and train service dogs for US veterans.

I am delighted that each author in Pets in Space has agreed to share with us an insight into their story in the anthology and a little bit about why they decided to write for the anthology. Today’s guest is Laurie A. Green.

I’d like to introduce the hero of my Pets in Space story, StarDog, by way of a quick interview. Taro Shall was one of my favorite heroes to write. He’s not a boss or a bad boy. He has no superpowers or psi talent. He’s just an honest, hard-working star navigator who makes an adorable find in a spaceport (and her StarDog is pretty cute too) which critically alters his course.

Young handsome macho man in sunglasses with open leather jacket revealing muscular chest and torso
Taro pauses at my office door. He’s classic Tectolian–tall with ebony hair, dark cinnamon eyes and sun-blessed skin, thanks to his ancient Pacific islander ancestry. “You wanted to see me, boss?”

“Yes. Why don’t you take a seat? We’d like to have a chat.”

“Right.” Taro squares his shoulders and saunters in, glancing around. “We?”

“Yes. I’m here with your readers.”

“My readers?” He arches a dark eyebrow. “Oh. Well…hi there.” With a guarded wave, he takes his seat. Leaning forward to rest his elbows on his knees, he whispers, “Hey boss, there’s nobody here.”

“Trust me, they’re present.”

“If you say so.” He scans the room, looking skeptical. “K, then. I guess you can fire when ready.”

“Why don’t you first tell us a little about your background.”

“Not really much to tell. And it’s pretty much already in my story.”

“Always the minimalist, aren’t you? I think you’re referring to this…”

“Citizen of Tectol. Graduated Tectolian Academy as a certified Navigator, ID 7456392. Registered as a nav for the Clearsky, Baddinger, Blue Darley, and Tahanna, all registered out of Tectol, the Viebold out of Parol. A half-calendar gap in service after that.”

“Yeah. That’s me.”

“They didn’t mention you were third in your class at academy.”

He gives a subtle shrug and a sly smile. “Never was much for speeches.”

“Let’s take a look at your history. After serving as nav on five different vessels, why is your service log blank for the last half calendar? For our audience, that would be six months.”

He straightens, running his hand down the sleeve of his black flightsuit. “I got picked up as nav on the Calypso by a captain who prefers to keep her business on the down-low, so no, my service isn’t registered with Universal Flight Authority.”

“And you’re okay with having a big gap in your resumé?”

“To have a shot like at navigating a ship like this? Yeah, it’s worth it.”

“What’s so special about the ship?”

“You know I can’t talk about that. And besides…that’s in the story, too.”

“Maybe just give us a few generalities.”

“Let’s just say Calypso is a special express transport. Patrol class.”

“Hold on. For reference, how does patrol class compare to…say, the Millennium Falcon?”

“Bigger. Faster.” Taro gives a slow smile. “More teeth.”

“So tell us a little more about you. Favorite color? Favorite food? Marital status?”

“Aquamarine. Carduwan sugar pulls.” Taro’s wistful look melts away and he sets his mouth in a thin line. “Terminally single.”

“Care to embellish that last part?”

He eases out his breath. Leaning back, he stretches out long legs and crosses them at the ankle. “Life of a nav. Because we’re always leaving…”

He sits upright when a tone sounds, moving a hand to silence a device clipped to his uniform. “Sorry. Time’s up. Just got recalled. Cap’s readying to fly.”

“I understand. Thanks for taking a few minutes to let readers get to know you better.”

“My pleasure.” Taro gives a parting smile and a casual salute. “See you around the universe.”


Navigator Taro Shall has a mission no one wants – find a way to eradicate snakes on a starship. He never expects to find the answer to his problem in a charming street vendor named Adini. His already unusual mission becomes more complicated when he suddenly acquires an adorable StarDog that soon sweeps him and Adini into the maw of a brewing insurrection.

View of planet Earth from inside a space station

Author Bio

Laurie A. Green is a three-time RWA Golden Heart® finalist, an award-winning author, and a science fiction romance enthusiast who founded the SFR Brigade community of writers, which is now nearly 900 members strong.

She confesses to being an Andromeda Galaxy groupie and would someday love to own a vacation home on Mars or Titan. She’s enthused to be a part of this wonderful anthology mash-up of two of her favorite things–pets and space.

Her family includes her husband, David, four dogs, three cats and several horses, all who reside on a ranch in beautiful New Mexico. A former military budget director and reserve state trooper, she now spends her time writing, networking, researching, enjoying the Southwestern lifestyle and, naturally, stargazing and daydreaming about other worlds.

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