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Want a chance to win a copy of my upcoming release Firecracker?

I've got a short historical piece that I'm looking to submit to Harlequine's Historicals Undone and I need a title!

How does one enter the draw for a free copy of my Flirty erotic novella - Firecracker coming out in May - read the following blurb and come up with some title suggestions. Leave me a comment with your suggestions as well as pop over and sign up for my monthly newsletter.

I'll be announcing the winner on the 26th of April, in time to enter into the pitch contest. From the comments and those who join the newsletter I'll select two names: The first one will be the title that I chose and the second will be the one with the most posts/comments!

Come out and have some fun - maybe your title will be on the cover of my next book!

The daughter of a slave, Mary Joseph is haunted by images of a stranger in a grey uniform. His eyes are filled with pain and guilt. Beneath the misery is a heat that will engulf her.


Northern Sympathizer, Confederate Captain, Caine Wells is a hunted man. When Caine stumbles on a small, well kept farm nestled within the hills of Virginia his world is rocked by the mysterious Mary – a woman with secrets that sooths his weary soul even as she stokes the fires of his love.















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