father’s business partner has inherited the ranch she grew up on.
To make matters worse her father’s will stipulates she cannot
receive her inheritance until she turns twenty-one. Now penniless and
homeless, she agrees to a marriage of convenience with her father’s
wishes to be trapped in a loveless marriage. Moving out she builds a
life for herself away from the ranch and her husband. When her
husband shows up on her door step asking to give their marriage a
chance, she jumps at the idea of a marriage of love. The problem is:
everyone has been lying to her, her whole life. Now those lies may
very well get her killed.
Stella never thought anything could destroy her new life. Until a
package arrived containing a severed head. The threat was clear and
the stakes were high. Leaving her new life behind, Stella hoped her
choice would protect her loved ones.
People she loves are starting to die at the hands of a very cold and
calculated killer. Forced out of hiding, Stella moves fast to protect
her family. Can the Centaur Agency discover the identity of the
killer in time? Or will Stella lose everyone she has ever loved?
where she came from. Rescued by the Centaur Agency, she sets out to
discover her identity. Plagued by violent flashbacks, she finds
herself afraid of the men around her.
out for all of them. Will “Lucky” get her memories back in
time to stop a madman? Or will her past catch up with her, leaving
the most important person in her life to pay the price?
A: When I wrote the second book in the series The Ghosts of a Centaur, I introduced everyone to Nathaniel. It was during the time that I was finishing up that book that it hit me that Nathaniel needed his own story. He had been through so much tragedy in his short life that I wanted him to have his happily-ever-after.
Q: If you had to do it over again would you change anything about your latest book?
A: To be honest so much got changed during the editing phase for The Making of a Centaur. While I liked some of what I did before the editing, the story is so much better now. So, no I wouldn’t change anything about this book. In fact, I wouldn’t change anything about any of the books in this series.
Q: How did you come up with the title for your books?
A: I went with the Centaur Agency as the overall series as a play on words. With the agents being undercover and hiding under the cover of either working on a horse ranch or for the equine magazine, they are half and half in my line of thinking so Centaur fit. Part of me slightly regrets this because sometimes readers expect it to be a fantasy type story when it isn’t. But the regret is only slight because I still love the name.
Q: What is your favorite part of this book?
A: My favorite part is the killer scenes. This same killer moves from book to book. That is why this series is not a standalone. The fun comes from having readers trying to guess the killer’s identity. His identity will be revealed in the next book which is the last book in the series. I have also decided to play a game on my Facebook page prior to book 4 publishing. I am going to allow readers to guess the identity of the killer for a chance to win prizes.
am the author of the Centaur Agency series. Currently I am working on
book 3 in the series The Making of a Centaur which will publish in
July 2017. I also have plans for a vampire trilogy that I am working
on. I will be publishing the trilogy after I finish the 4 book
Centaur Agency series. From there I also am working on a Werewolf
series. So much planned with a little bit for everyone.
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