That’s right–my subscribers got this cover reveal before the weekend, but now it’s out in the world! Meet the first Ghost Squad novel, beloveds!


Keeping her safe will be his hardest assignment yet. . .

Reeling from trauma and divorce, Cara Halperin takes what should be a simple job with an expensive agency. As a nanny to rich children, she shouldn’t have much to worry about, and her job is just complex enough to keep her from brooding. Unfortunately, the agency’s sent her into a trap.

Vincent Desmarais wants to go back into the field, but instead, he’s put on leave. The diagnosis? PTSD. No problem–he can pick up security work on the side to keep himself sharp–that is, if the side work isn’t just as dangerous as the bloody places he’s longing to get back to.

When the lights go out, Cara and her young charge have only one option: to trust the new security guy. Vincent finds himself unwilling to abandon them to fate or let them out of his sight. If the trio wants to stay alive, they’ve got to trust each other. . .

. . .but that may just be what their enemies are counting on.

Now available for preorder from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Kobo.

Isn’t it lovely? I really like that the heroine looks exactly like she did in my head–which doesn’t happen a lot, as you well know. I’m also looking forward to writing a few more Squad books; the next one is already assembling itself inside my head. I like writing romance a great deal.

For those asking about other platforms, it will be available, they just take some time for preorder links to populate. (Looking at you, Apple.)

Long-time subscribers will also know that this particular book is my love song to a certain movie starring Matthias Schoenaerts; they also got to see bits and pieces while I was writing it.

I do write a lot of love songs, come to think of it. I’m gonna call that a good thing.

Anyway, we’ve got this book to look forward to at the end of March, my dears. I’m already nervous over an upcoming release day, but that’s usual. I figured, what with it being the Monday after Daylight Savings, not to mention the Ides of March, we could all use something pretty, and this certainly qualifies.

I’m going to go finish my coffee and hope a pleasant day befalls us all. And maybe hyperventilate into a paper bag because a cover reveal means a release day approaching like a slinking lion, and those always play havoc with my nerves…