Capricorn Cravings was published in print format 10 months after it first hit the Kindle market, and with two new books being released over the holiday season I am only just now scheduling a giveaway.
Riley Shaughnessy has the perfect life. Her veterinary practice is thriving, and she loves living in the small town in the Colorado mountains, where no one knows the shocking secret of her past. She loves to gallop her palomino mare across the vast expanse of public land bordering the town, and after a long period of self-denial, she has even committed to a date with handsome horse wrangler, Randy Hansen. But now, she knows her assistant, Jamie, would never willingly abandon her child, so why has she disappeared? Something dark and sinister is taking place, and it all started on the day hunky Powell Stewart, with the piercing blue eyes, came into her life in a strange and unexpected way. Her inner voice tells her to stay as far away from him as she can… Here are the details of the Giveaway:
With Valentine’s Day being just around the corner this seemed like the perfect time to write about my passion–romance.
So what exactly is romance? Romance is a noun. Put an ‘A’ in front of it , as in they had a romance, it means a relationship or attachment that is usually between lovers, but it may also be used in an abstract way to describe someone’s passion, as in she had a lifetime romance with historical homes. Valentine’s Day has been so commercialized that people have lost its true purpose and today they give gifts to anyone they love, whether it be a lover, a child, a sibling, a parent or even a friend, but true romance between lovers is to do with the emotional side of love. It may include passion, excitement, allure, and desire among other things, but it is also encompassed in the little things lovers do to show their affection. He may spontaneously pick a bunch of wildflowers and present them to her while taking a walk, or she may turn the lights down low and set the dinner table with candles and include a bottle of champagne with the meal. Little romantic acts show your partner that you care, and keep the romance alive in a relationship. Here are a few ideas for putting the romance back into your life–or keeping it there this Valentine’s Day.
If you plan to ask her to marry you, get down on your knees (that is so romantic and never goes out of style) and pop the question some place crazy on Valentine’s Day.
Fill your Jacuzzi with something fragrant, and light some candles, or go skinny-dipping on a deserted beach. Or, if it’s cold, light the fire and lay a blanket on the carpet in front of the fireplace. There’s something very romantic about real wood fires.
Take him to a wildly expensive restaurant on Valentine’s Day night and pay for the dinner. Remember, a little champagne buzz does wonders for romance.
Send her dozens of red roses and a giant teddy bear.
Get tickets to his favorite sporting event. It may not seem like a romantic idea, but it will show him how much you care about his happiness.
Buy your special someone something that sparkles–like diamonds or any jewelry.
Chocolates have always been a favorite, especially for women, but be sure she isn’t trying to lose weight before giving them to her. Chocolate covered strawberries go well with bubbly.
Do something outrageously crazy, like skydiving, or take a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride in the moonlight.
Send an anonymous Valentine’s Card to someone you secretly admire.
Buy a couple of cans of whipped cream and let your imagination run wild…
So how about some comments about what you do to make Valentine’s Day romantic with that special someone. Don’t forget to get your lover in the mood — buy them a romance novel. Get mine Here
UK psychological thriller author Joan Ellis just sent me this wonderful review for Aquarius Addiction. I am thrilled with it.
Tight, taut and thrilling, Trish Jackson at her best.
Trish Jackson can tell a tale. Birth, death, love and hate form the bedrock with a generous helping of Voodoo, kidnap and murder thrown in to spice things up. Trish Jackson deals as expertly as ever with all the elements in this fast, sexy romance. Her fans will love this book and the gutsy story-telling is guaranteed to garner her even more readers.
Meet FBI Psychic Arlette Xylander. No ordinary agent.
When she discovers she’s terminally ill, far from buckling under, she behaves like a typical Aquarius, telling no-one, fighting back and vowing to beat the disease.
What a time for her to meet the gorgeous Andre who needs her help finding his sister who has been missing for four years. She feels an electric connection with him and puts him first on her Bucket List. Just one problem – his fiancée.
Of course, nothing is quite what it seems and there are plenty of twists and turns along the way.
Trish Jackson does what she does best, expertly leading the reader through a maze of events before finally, wrapping up the loose ends as neatly as any good cop.
To give more clues to the story would spoil the plot.
If you like your romances tinged with danger, told tight and taut, this one’s for you.