Benson’s Boys book 3 out now!

It’s live! Callum and Isobel’s story is now available online in ebook and paperback. 🙂 If you don’t already have a copy, you’ll find the links below. I really hope you enjoy Rage. Don’t forget to let me know what you think!

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He’s lost his purpose. She’s giving it back. Whether he wants it or not!

These are the circumstances that led to Isobel Sinclair’s latest stupid decision:
1. She was a teenage mum who (unknowingly!) went on to marry a criminal.
2. She’s now divorced with two kids, a mountain of debt (courtesy of her criminal ex) and a minimum wage job.
3. A loan shark is after her to pay off her ex-husband’s debt, only Isobel doesn’t have any money to give him.
4. Desperation leads Isobel to sell the stolen goods she finds on the beach outside her house, rather than report the find to the police.
5. The people who lost their bounty have returned.
6. This time, they leave behind a body…

At this point, a normal person would call the cops. But Isobel isn’t normal. She’s a single mum, with two kids to feed, and a leery loan shark breathing down her neck. The last thing she needs is the cops sending her to jail for fencing stolen goods. And that’s the reason Isobel makes the stupidest decision of her life so far—she asks the most dangerous man she knows for help to deal with the body.

Callum McKay has hardly been spotted since he moved to the tiny Scottish town of Arness, four months earlier. But rumours about him abound. Some say he was in the Special Forces and received a medical discharge after he stepped on a landmine. Others say he worked for an international security company, but they kicked him out after he got his team killed. Some folk believe he turned rogue and now only works with criminals. And there are those who are convinced he’s a wanted man, hiding from the authorities. Whatever the story, everyone agrees on a few key things: Callum McKay is deadly, volatile and quite possibly suicidal.

He’s also Isobel’s only hope.

Callum is about to learn that you can quit Benson Security, but it doesn’t quit you!


My book won the Stiletto award!

Look what I  brought home as a souvenir from the Romance Writers of America conference! Reckless, Benson’s Boys book 1, won the romantic suspense category of the Stiletto competition. I was really shocked to win and very excited that I was actually there to hear my name being called. Not bad for my first ever conference! Now it’s back to getting book three in the series finished… 🙂

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Relentless out now!


The second book in the Benson’s Boys security series is out now. Happy reading everybody! 🙂

Every woman needs a warrior at her back


There’s no hiding the fact that Julia Collins has issues.She’s shy to the point of trying to become invisible. She has OCD tendencies–breaking out in hives if she loses control of her environment. She finds it hard to talk to intimidating men, or more accurately, to any men. A fact that makes working as the office manager for Benson Security particularly difficult–the company is made up almost entirely of huge, intimidating,ex-military men. But none of the men affect her the way Joe Barone does. The ex-marine is charming, confident, heroic and so sexy it hurts to look at him. Everything about Joe intimidates Julia. And that’s why, when he declares his interest in her,she does the only sensible thing–she hides.


There’s a limit to how long Joe Barone is going to tolerate Julia hiding. So what if she has a few issues? They don’t detract from her many attributes. She’s gorgeous, smart, generous and kind. Which guy wouldn’t want a woman like that by his side? So when her grandmother gets arrested in South America, Joe sees a perfect opportunity to show Julia how good they’d be together. Julia needs someone to accompany her to Peru, someone who speaks Spanish and who doesn’t crumble in the face of authority. Julia needs Joe.


But when they get to Lima, they discover things are much worse than they were led to believe. With danger at every turn and lives on the line, Julia is forced to get past her issues and trust in Joe–her life depends on it.


An interview with Betty

The Invertary Standard has interviewed Betty as part of their personality of the week series. If you want to read what she has to say, then there’s a copy of the interview on my blog. 😀 You’ll also find out more of what Betty’s been up to recently in Here Comes The Rainne Again  and Caught (out Dec 24).


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