Archive for October 28th, 2009


Caterina Shaw’s days are numbered. Her only chance for survival is a highly experimental gene treatment – a risk she willingly takes. But now Caterina barely recognizes herself. She has new, terrifying powers, an exotic, arresting body — and she’s been accused of a savage murder, sending her on the run.

Mick Carrera is a mercenary and an expert at capturing elusive, clever prey. Yet the woman he’s hunting down is far from the vicious killer he’s been told to expect: Caterina is wounded, vulnerable, and a startling mystery of medical science. Even more, she’s a beautiful woman whose innocent sensuality tempts Mick to show her exactly how thrilling pleasure can be. The heat that builds between them is irresistible, but surrendering to it could kill them both . . . for a dangerous group is plotting its next move using Caterina as its deadly pawn.


Over the past decade of writing and over twenty books, I’ve discovered that I love the bad boys.  No not those kinds of bad boys.  You know the ones with the tight ripped jeans, leather jackets and motorcycles.

I’m talking about the really really bad boys as in the ones that don’t necessarily seem as if they could ever be good guys.  They might have had a brush with the law in the past (or at the current time).  They might seem selfish or even unheroic at times.

And despite all that, they are my favorite heroes to write about!


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