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Aubrie grew up watching the original Star Wars movies over and over until she could recite and reenact every single scene in her backyard. She also loved The Goonies, Star Trek the Next Generation–favorite character was Data by far–and Indiana Jones. But, her all time favorite movie was The Last Unicorn. She still wonders why the unicorn decided to change back to a unicorn in the end.
Aubrie wrote in her junior high yearbook that she wanted to be “a concert flutist” when she grew up. She majored in flute performance at the University of New Hampshire on a full scholarship, then secured two teaching jobs at a University and a local community music school. While playing in orchestras and teaching, stories popped into her head, and she used them to make the music come alive for her flute students. Her students said they were so good, she had to write them down! Maybe they were right, who knows? Two careers seems to keep her busy. For now.
She is represented by Dawn Dowdle and writes sweet and adventurous fantasy, science fiction, and contemporary romance.
Tour Dates: January 7th – 12th.
Now, North Platte is free, but Liet was not the only one using the zombie apocalypse to control their people. Florida is ruled by five ruthless Families, who use intimidation and the threat of the zombie horde to coerce their populace. While trying to solidify their new relationship, Krista and Quinn hatch a desperate plan to run guns into the state and help the people revolt. When The Families label Krista and Quinn rebels and attack North Platte, Krista and Quinn run for their lives. The Families want them captured, the zombies want to eat them, and other survivors want them dead. Caught in between powerful forces, they must survive long enough to devise a new plan and put it into action, all while trying not self-destruct in the meantime.
Michael Dunbar runs his family’s cattle station in the far north of Western Australia. Station life is lonely and he wishes there was a way he could find a companion that wouldn’t mind living the outback life with him. In hopes of finding a woman, Michael heads to Broome for a few weeks holiday. What he finds is something he never expected.
Mia Mason is a Perth girl who longs to leave the city behind for a life in the country.
Can two like minds fall in love? Only destiny knows.
Good Luck and fun with your hopping!
Who knew being with Mr. Wrong could be so right?
Caitlyn Hart is shooting her first movie, and she doesn’t want to screw it up. Still, she’s on a deadline and when her co-star, Mr. Hot Shot Campbell, holds filming up, he’s immediately on her shit list. But she can’t ignore his charms for long or the overpowering want she feels for him. Even though she knows he’s her Mr. Wrong, she doesn’t mind him being her Mr. Right Now. If only her silly heart would stay immune.
Having been burned once, Jake Campbell doesn’t have the capacity to love, but that doesn’t mean relationships of a purely sexual nature are off limits. After all, a man has needs. His sexy co-star with fire red hair and a passion to match ignites his own desire and he sets out to convince her a fling is the only way to scratch the proverbial itch. Little did he figure that she’d be the one to penetrate the thick scars on his heart and make him feel.
Are you looking forward to tomorrow?” Jake asked.
Caitlyn’s brows pulled together as she tried to work out what was so special about the following day. Nothing came to mind. “Tomorrow?”
Jake turned to look at her, the cheeky grin back in place which had her heart beating out an unsteady rhythm. “Our characters will share their first kiss.”
Her eyes widened as her face grew hot. How could she have forgotten? Probably because she’d been too busy stressing over the love scene to worry about much else.
“Not particularly,” she breathed. Jake studied her with a teasing glint in his eyes. Her face flamed.
“Not buying it.”
Irritation flared again and she clenched he”r hands into fists. She had to remind herself to keep her cool around him. She was supposed to be torturing him, not being tortured herself. Still, the thought that in less than twenty-four hours she’d have his lips on hers sent little heated jitters coursing through her body.
She forced her stiff shoulders to shrug, mortified by her lack of acting ability in his presence. “You can believe what you like.”
He pulled the cling film from a platter of sandwiches and offered her the plate. Caitlyn picked up a smoked salmon piece and brought it to her lips. She groaned as the flavor of the bread and fish played across her taste buds. Jake’s gaze went to her mouth and, feeling a little vindictive, she licked her lips. He swallowed and a thrill ran through her as she realized perhaps she really was torturing him.
With his focus still on her lips, he asked, “Do you really want our first kiss to be in front of the camera?”
The vindictive thrill vanished as panic started to creep in. She was alone with a man she barely knew for the second time in less than a day. Her thoughts were spinning with bad case scenarios and she couldn’t even hear the voice of logic in her head telling her she was overreacting. All she could think of was she was there—literally flirting with danger—alone with Jake and no one had any idea where she was.
“Hey, Caitlyn, what’s wrong?” Jake’s eyes were serious and he looked concerned. Her inner fear must have shown in her expression, but she couldn’t feel embarrassed about it yet. The panic was still forefront in her mind.
“Why did you bring me here?” She hated that her voice sounded small and frightened.
His eyes widened in surprise. “I brought you here because it’s the nicest place I’ve seen on the island and I wanted to spend time with you. Having dinner where we could watch the sun set was all I had in mind.”
She relaxed a little at his words. Jake sounded like he was telling the truth, and perhaps a little affronted she had doubted him. “I’m sorry, I overreacted.” The voice of logic didn’t have to whisper that in her head, it was obvious.
He shrugged and a hint of a smile played around the edges of his mouth. “I won’t force you to do anything you’re not comfortable with. That’s not my style.” He paused, took a bite of his sandwich, and swallowed before he continued. “Though if you wanted something to happen, I certainly wouldn’t protest.”
He winked at her and for an awful moment, Caitlyn had the wildest urge to close the distance between them and plant her lips on his, pulling herself against his well-sculpted chest.
“That won’t ever happen,” Caitlyn said with bite, trying to convince herself more than him.
I live in sunny Scotland in a small town near the Ochils and work nine to five in a solicitors office. In my free time, you’ll find me on Facebook, stalking *cough* following friends on Twitter, and may even catch me shoe shopping.
Ever since his divorce several years ago, Dr. Tanner Rhodes has spent Christmas Eve alone. He has a tradition; he sits by the fire, sips his brandy and falls asleep by the lights of the tree.
When his son Aiden’s beautiful friend Sofia shows up unexpectedly at his door bearing gifts, everything changes. When had Sofia become a woman?