My Latest Release

My Latest Release – “Impossible Liaison”

I’m very excited to be able to share my latest release with you. It feels like I’ve been waiting forever for my new story “Impossible Liaison” to see the light but finally the day is here.

This story is part of The Wild Rose Press’s “Champagne” line. Content in this line is slightly more graphic. The publisher advertises these stories as “sensual”. As I know many of my readers prefer a clean story, I want to reassure them that “Impossible Liaison” is not too much more graphic than my other stories. There is one scene which some readers might feel a little uncomfortable with or prefer to skip over, but the rest of the story is clean. Even with this increased rating, I continue to tout my stories as clean but more suitable for 16+.

The story touches on family relationships with a hint of genealogy thrown in. Each of the characters’ childhoods has tainted their personalities and it isn’t until they manage to unravel each others backgrounds that they can accept each other and find their happy ever after.

A Taster:

Zoe’s learnt to hide her feelings. An unhappy upbringing taught her all about trust and relying on others.

Her aloneness is ended when she miraculously finds a loving grandmother anxious to share Zoe with extended family. Unnerved, Zoe begs they temporarily keep their relationship secret.

Dr. Connor Matthews returns home disheartened by the carnage he’s witnessed during years of charity work overseas. Discovering a scheming housemate hoodwinking the old lady (Bess) he’s come to love helps him set aside his disillusionment. He concentrates on ridding Bess of this unsavory character.

Zoe digs her toes in. She provokes the insufferable Connor, taunting she’ll leave only when Bess asks. Connor vows to oust her as more reasons to suspect Zoe’s honesty surface.

The issue becomes clouded as Connor and Zoe grow closer. Too soon Connor realizes it was not Bess who needed protecting, but himself.

If you enjoy reading “Impossible Liaison” I’d be most grateful to have you post a review of this story on Goodreads and Amazon after you’ve read it. Cheers.



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