Pre-order Peggy and Rory's story!

Happy February! It’s the month of love, and so much fun to celebrate.

Does anyone have any exciting Valentine’s Day plans?

I know what I'll be doing -- finalizing Peggy and Rory’s story! The steamy version, Destiny of Moonlight, has been available on pre-order for a few weeks now, and I am pleased to tell you that the sweet and wholesome version, The Lass’s Love, is now available as well! What do you think of the cover?

You can currently pre-order either book on Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble (Nook), or Kobo, and the book will be released in both versions on February 27th.

If you’ve read the first four books in the series, you’ll know that Peggy is a fiery lass, and Rory, well, Rory has a long way to go to redeem himself. Peggy has always had a bit of a penchant for Rory, but feels she has overcome her young girl’s infatuation -- or has she?

If you haven’t read the McDougalls series, the first book is available for only $0.99.

To celebrate, I am giving away a signed paperback copy of Temptation of Fire, the steamy version of the fourth book! To enter, please email me back with the names of the five McDougall siblings, and the order in which they are featured in the series. The contest closes Saturday, February 16th, at midnight EST.

Love always,


Pre-order Destiny of Moonlight (steamy)

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Pre-order The Lass's Love (sweet)

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