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Brothers in Arms:  Retribution

The men of Prospero are back and hotter than ever!  Tempest, a covert ops agency is trading on the good name of  Prospero to snag assignments to keep the world safe.  But Tempest is not what it seems.  Caliban, the diabolical leader of Tempest is plotting to throw the world into chaos to establish a new world order with him as the ultimate leader, and he plans to use an army of “super agents” – impervious to pain, pleasure, and all morality – to help him accomplish his goal.  The brothers in arms, the agents of Prospero, are not about to let Caliban realize his evil plan and to threaten the women they love.  It’s time for…retribution




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My Excellent Adventure in NYC

soflI hadn’t been to New York in over 20 years when I attended the Romance Writers of America conference there this summer.  Since I was hopping on a plane for five hours, I decided to make a vacation out of it and my husband joined me after the conference.  We stayed in the city another three days for a whirlwind of sightseeing that encompassed the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island, the 9/11 Memorial Museum, the Tenement Museum, a walking tour of Soho, Little Italy, and Chinatown, and finally a Broadway show–Jersey Boys.  I kid you not.  We spent three days seeing all those sights–walking, taking subways and hailing the occasional taxi.  We must’ve walked MILES.  I had my Pacer app on my phone, but my phone kept dying so I don’t think the mileage was accurate, but each day we logged at least 7 miles.

vip1But before the vacay, I enjoyed four days at the RWA conference.  It was crazy crowded there; the noise level alone at the Literacy Book Signing was unreal.  I got to sign books at the Harlequin book signing, as well.  It’s so wonderful to connect with so many Harlequin readers in the same place.  The Harlequin party was a blast, as usual, and this year it was special for me.  I was recognized for publishing my 25th book for Harlequin!  I was treated to a pre-party where I got my hair and (way too much) make-up done.

me and alWhile my husband and I were trekking around NYC, we took a subway down to the Harlequin offices and my editor gave me a tour.  It was interesting to see where it all happens!

I returned to L.A. invigorated and ready to write, but now I want to go back to NYC and see everything I missed this trip–the Chelsea Highline, Greenwich Village, a walking tour of Harlem…

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