The Next Big Thing

Hi all, I was tagged by Tara Kingston in "The Next Big Thing" to answer a few questions regarding my latest release" 

Question: What is the title of your book?

Lost Memories - Part of a wonderful series called Honky Tonk Hearts published by The Wild Rose Press

Question: Where did the idea come from for the book?

It was a combination of country songs and "what ifs" ... Think about it, what if you woke up in a hospital and couldn't remember anything about yourself or your past, not to mention no one in the strange town knows who you are.

Question: What genre does your book fall under?

Contemporary -cowboy romance

Question: What is the one sentence synopsis of your book?

When your past is blank, it's hard to trust the furture...

Question: Where can we get your book?

Right now it is exclusively availabe through  Amazon for Kindle users


 April 2013 it will be released through The Wild Rose Press

Question: How long did it take your to write the first draft of your manuscript?

About six months. I had originally started writing the story when the submission requests for Honky Tonk Hearts came out and after adjusting the story a bit, I submitted.
There are a great number of authors involved in this series. Be sure to check out the other stories in Honk Tonk Hearts.

I believe this is the last stop to the Next Big Thing blog tour. Thank you for joining us.
Be sure to circle back and check out my fellow authors blogs




When your past is a blank, it’s hard to trust the future…

A car accident leaves Darcy Brooks with amnesia, but she’s determined it won’t ruin her life. She finds a job on a dude ranch—hiding her brain trauma to get it—and falls in love with her work. Now if she can just avoid falling in love with her boss.

Nick Matthews knows his new employee is hiding something, and he’s determined to discover what. He’s failed to protect his family from disaster in the past and won’t let it happen again. Now if he can just keep his attraction to Darcy from clouding his judgment.

Nick soon comes to value Darcy as an employee and a friend—even as the heat between them builds. But when a man claiming to be Darcy's husband shows up, Nick realizes just how much he wants to keep Darcy for himself.