It’s here! Release day is here! DARK PURSUIT ~ a collection of paranormal stories set around the theme of hunting, because someone has to hunt what lurks in the dark.

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The amazing Bronwyn Green, Jessica Jarman, Paige Prince and I have been having an awesome blog tour, which ends today. And as such, we’ll be picking the winner of our $100.00 Amazon gift certificate soon! Until then, here’s one last tidbit. Unfortunately one of the blog topics didn’t get posted, so here it is—favorite character.

Okay, so I’m tempted…oh so very tempted…to say Isabel. Why? Because she’s a vengeful spirit and kicking asses all over this side of the veil, that’s why. And who doesn’t love a villain who makes the good folks look even better?

But otherwise I’d pick Daniel. Mostly because he came into his new life from tragedy. And despite all his intentions and new-found skills—all the monsters he puts to rest—he’s still trying to banish that ghost from his past. His one true failure that never quite goes away. He’s loyal, cocky and once he makes up his mind—he’s all in.

Now without further delay, here’s the blurb and a sneak peek.

Not all souls go quietly.

After the brutal murder of his girlfriend thrusts Daniel Cartwright into the world of the supernatural, he’s finally adjusted to the reality that monsters are real. And not all souls cross over on their own. He’d thought banishing her spirit would bring him peace—allow him to move on. That is until her ghost returns—angrier than ever and hell bent on finally completing her mission. She wants Daniel to join her…and she’s not taking no for an answer.

Arrynn Baker has spent the past two years watching Daniel flourish into one of Threshold’s best hunters. Decisive, highly skilled—she’s proud to be his partner. There’s just one small issue… She’s fallen for the man. Hard. While she’s not opposed to taking him as a lover, she’s not convinced he feels the same—not with the distance he seems to maintain. The emotional walls he never steps beyond. Besides, mixing business with pleasure rarely ends well.

When a grisly new killing rocks both their worlds, lines get crossed, and Daniel knows he’s got a choice to make. Either be content with one night with Arrynn, or man up and jump in. But if he wants a future with the woman of his dreams, he needs to deal with his past, once and for all. Even if the solution takes grave measures.


Daniel jerked up his head, blinking the room into focus as he dragged himself back from the edge of sleep. Sunlight streamed through the windows, highlighting the specks of dust floating through the air. Another thirty minutes before the damn sun set and things really got interesting. The microwave beeped off to his left, the number pad flashing zero. Third damn time he’d reheated his coffee, and he had yet to remove it. He rubbed the back of his neck, tracing the scars that crisscrossed his skin, ignoring the way the marks seemed to burn from the simple contact. It was just fatigue getting the better of him.

You’re mine.

His stomach tensed as the ghostly voice played in his head, again, the eerie sound openly mocking his sanity. Three years—today—and she still haunted him. Awake. Asleep. It didn’t seem to matter. She merely waited until he’d managed to put himself back together before drifting into his life.


He pushed her parting words out of his head, grabbing his mug. It was just his mind fucking with him. He’d vanquished her ghost. Burnt her damn remains and anything remotely connected with her. Done everything to being massive douchebags than anything else. Fuck, he wasn’t catching any breaks today.

Garret crossed his arms over his chest, giving Daniel a cocky grin. “Wow, Danno, you look like you haven’t slept in a while. What’s wrong? Casper giving you a hard time?”
Daniel bit back his usual retort at the nickname—just another dig against his previous life. He arched a brow. “Is it the full moon again already? Must be tough working three nights a month.”
Garret’s expression fell. “Doesn’t work like that, asshole.”

“Really? When’s the last time either of you bagged a wolf other than during a full moon?” He snorted as he pushed past them. “We all know you only hunt the newly turned. Seasoned werewolves are just too damn smart for you boys.”

Tanner hooked Daniel’s arm as he moved past him. “At least we don’t waste our time chasing a fucking mist. Your unit’s a joke.”

Daniel yanked away his arm, drawing himself up, when boots clicked on the floor behind him. He turned as Arrynn entered, auburn hair bouncing behind her in a ponytail, amused smile tilting her lips.

She hitched out a hip, giving the men the once over headed for their office, her lips still curved into a smile.

Daniel rolled his shoulders, gently easing free of her grasp. “I don’t know why you’re smiling.”

“Because, even after two and a half years, you still let them get to you. They’re assholes with more arrogance than sense. Boys playing dress up.”

“Yeah, well, if they keep running their mouths off, someone’s going to see they end up being wired shut.”

Now hop on over to the other ladies and join in their release day fun.

Bronwyn Green  |  Jessica Jarman  |  Paige Prince


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