It Was All The Cat’s Fault — Now Live!

My latest steamy romantic comedy is now live! {{Insert all the usual Woots-Happy Dances-Celebratory Awkward Moves here.}}

This story was tons of fun to write. Not only did bedroom shenanigans ensue with Brent and Eve, Thor–one very adventurous Maine Coon cat–encourages it!

This bossy kitty waltzed into my office one and announced he also needed a role. Needless to say, he upstaged my hero and heroine a few times.

But Brent, our hero? His hotness cannot be denied.

Early Reviews!

“…Brent is definitely the unexpected!”

“…sizzling chemistry!”

“…Charming and most definitely sexy!”

“A feel-good book that is so needed!”

“Thor, the cat, stole the show. I loved his personality throughout the whole book.” 

THOR! How did you get into my computer and pull this last quote? He is looking innocently at me, but I know better.

He says “buy the book. I’m in it.” Cats are so bossy….

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Conversations with Characters

 
Oy. My brain hurts.

Me: I don’t think he should do that? <<stares at ceiling>>  Should he? <<back to keyboard>> No. Definitely not.
Him: Yes, I should.
Me: I’m not writing about you…whoever you are.
Him: You should. Because I would definitely do that to them.
Me: Her. Singular.
Him: I want two.
Me: Of course you do. Go find another writer to bother.
Him: I would smack her ass harder, though. This woman can attest. <<gestures to my open office door>>
Me: You brought someone with you?
Her: You called?
Me: I did not.
Him: I called you, sweetheart. On your knees now.
Me: Don’t. You. Dare. I’m working here and I will not be distracted by…
Him: <<slap>>
Me: Oooo, you’re pretty good at that.
Him: Start typing.

Book News!

I have book news! And it really was all the cat’s fault.

Eve was just trying to get to the finish line–of school, working odd jobs and maybe make a dent in her house renovations–when her beloved kitty, Thor, just had to get lost behind the laundry room wall causing her to call one plumber who just so happens to look like the god Thor. And that’s just the beginning…

If you like mayhem and madness, sexy romantic comedy, you’ll love It Was All The Cat’s Fault.

The book releases April 5 and is up for preorder!

Celebrating the Holidays in Elizabeth’s Playroom!

Could you use a little more fun? All month long, in Elizabeth’s Playroom, my private Facebook group, we’re having a party. Like, seriously every day for 30 days!

A few times a week I’ll go live where I’ll do readings of books I have coming up in early 2022. Also, win gift cards and books (mine and other authors) during these lives and in the group. And expect games and other fun surprises!

Wanna join us? Click or tap here! Be sure to answer the question so the mods let ya in.

Conversations with Characters

Me: {{Musing to the ceiling}} I might take a few weeks off in December.
Unidentified male character (a.ka. “him”): {{clears throat}}
Me: Not again.
Him: I’m new.
Me: Of course you are. 
Him: What if I bear gifts?
Me: {{finally looks at him}} If it’s not chocolate, wine or cheese, it better be Henry Cavill.
Him: Challenge accepted. How about writing some Witcher fan-fic where he feeds you all three. I can start working out to fit the part.
Me: Have you seen the man’s workouts?
Him: You have?
Me: YouTube is a gift to all frustrated steamy book writers out there. 
Him: You should be writing not trolling Henry Cavill workout videos.
Me: Men love to be admired.
Him: {{flexes bicep}}
Me: Ooooh. {{Puts hands on keyboard}} What do you want your name to be? The heroine’s name is definitely Elizabeth.
Him: You are so easy.
Me: You have no idea.