So excited to talk about a new series I have planned for Winter 2014!
Dirty Rotten Dixons is a suspense/romance series, containing dark situations, humor, and violence, with a smoking hot romance at the center. Heroine Beatrice has always been drawn to bad boy Daniel Dixon, a smooth-talking chameleon from a family of criminals, ever since they were young. When they meet in NYC after not seeing each other for years, Beatrice has the rug pulled out from under her safe and secure life. She can’t resist Danny, but is Danny really ready to reveal his true devilish self to the woman he’s always loved?
Dirty Rotten Dixons, a 2-3 book series, will follow Trix and Danny’s story as they laugh, love, and shoot their way to their happily-ever-after. Prison escapes, island retreats, high-profile trials, dastardly villains, and lots of flying bullets await them, and readers, in this wild and crazily romantic tale.
Here’s the synopsis for A Devil Named Dixon (Dirty Rotten Dixons #1):
What happens when a good girl goes bad? A bad boy just might fall in love.
Say the name Dixon in the tiny town of Crestwood, Kentucky, and everyone knows who you’re talking about – the white trash family of criminals that resides on the edge of town. Eldest brother Darby is serving a life sentence. Middle child Daniel and the youngest Derek look like they’ll be headed up the creek as well, in good time.
Say the name Fontaine in the tiny town of Crestwood, Kentucky, and a completely different picture comes to mind – church bells, bible study, and passionate sermons from a pulpit. Beatrice ‘Trixie’ Fontaine is the minister’s daughter, a golden girl with a good head on her shoulders. Except when it comes to Daniel Dixon, that is.
Daniel Dixon isn’t content to live out the life that his family has planned for him. He’s got an altogether different sort of life mapped out for he and his younger brother… but that doesn’t mean it’s on the right side of the law.
Now all grown up and living in New York City, Beatrice Fontaine doesn’t know it, but their worlds are about to collide in a major way. This good girl is about to find out just how much she likes being bad…
Later this week, I’ll reveal the cover for A Devil Named Dixon so stay tuned 🙂