Marie About Town

It’s been a busy few weeks since Third Take released! Here’s a links roundup of the blogs I visited to talk about the new book!

My good friend Nona Raines invited me to her blog, The Divas of Desire, where I got to show off how pretty my cover is, talk a little about Third Take Is the Charm, and entice you with a sample.

Then I visited Bad Girlz Write and waxed extremely poetic about my love of Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell (and their love for each other), as well as why I find menage/poly to be The Holy Grail of Hotness. A big thank you to my bosom friend, Jeanette Grey, for inviting me!


AND, I don’t know if you know this, but I’m a member of the Romance Writers of America, so the esteemed Cara Connelly invited me to the chapter blog to chat about how I found my way to writing love stories!  RWA, its members, and its resources have improved me so much as a writer and as professional (hard to believe, I know), I was thrilled to gush about that, too.

So thank you, everyone, for offering me the opportunity to talk about Third Take and to talk with all of you! Hugs all around!


Indelible Ink Is Out!

My very first book, Indelible Ink is available for purchase in the “Boys Will Do Boys” special release from Ellora’s Cave. Also available from Amazon.

Fresh from the West Coast and out of a bad relationship, Jon Park wants nothing more than to make a name for himself on the East Coast with his tattoo and piercing parlor. But opening Park Ink in the dead of winter may not have been the best strategy. By February, he’s low on cash with few appointments and enough stress to turn him gray before he hits thirty.

All that changes when he finds Arthur half-frozen on his doorstep. A homeless thief with a troubled past, he ignites Jon’s creativity and charms his way into a quick friendship. Jon’s wary of falling in love again but still recognizes talent and promises to teach Arthur about tattooing, despite what it might do to his heart.

When the ugliness they both left behind threatens to swallow them whole, Jon must make a choice—go on alone or accept the man who’s gotten under his skin just as permanently as the ink he uses.