The Three Rivers Express Series started last year (2017) with alternate books written by myself and author Nan O’Berry. I started in the Spring with “Always, Ransom” and then the fall with “Always, Wyeth,” and now, my last book in the series, “Always, Ellis” is the second to the last book in the series. We […]
Aloha, All! Recently, Kindle Worlds announced that it will be closing in July 2018. The stories that I have in Kindle Worlds will either have to be altered to remove any mention of information(characters, businesses, etc) from the original series and rewritten to replace those elements. In some cases, I will be adding new sections […]
What a warm reception for “Too Much To Bear“! I’m so glad that readers are responding to Willa & Boone’s story… they really are soul-mates who are so lucky to find each other!
#SixSentenceSunday Title: Keeping Love Alive by: Reina Torres “I might beg to differ, Senator, but then again I’ve always been somewhat of an arrogant jerk.” “Are all para-jumpers like you?” That question seemed to interest his companion. Lifting his eyebrows up by a hair, Henry’s mouth stretched into a wide grin. “Nope.” Henry took another sip […]
Keeping Love Alive by: Reina Torres Prologue “So it’s true?” Signy froze, her hands hovering just over the keyboard before she looked up and saw her worst nightmare. “Sean, I-” “You’re working here?” She followed his hard gaze and looked around the room. It looked like any number of offices, four-foot walled cubicles, the droning […]
So excited to find out that “Her UnBearable Protector” (The First book in the Orsino Security Series) has over 100 reviews on Amazon! – Thanks so much to the readers and reviewers!
So thankful that the readers have enjoyed “The Fighter” He’s a Shifter, not a Father! Cage never expected to have a teen lioness dropped into his life & horrible job of it. Maggie walks into his life & becomes both his savior and his mate: a woman who can take on two shifters & make […]
#SixSentenceSunday Title: Turnabout by: Reina Torres “…You’re making it sound like a death sentence.” “That was always a possibility for me.” He smiled and it reminded me of the first time I’d seen him smile as a kid. He’d always seemed so uncomfortable being happy, like he was just waiting for someone to come over […]
So excited to find out that “Too Much To Bear” has over 100 reviews on Amazon! – Thanks so much to the readers and reviewers!
Q from Linda B. : How do you write such good books? A: I’m not sure which aspect you’re asking about, so I’ll try to cover the basics. I’d like to think that all of the years spent writing stories for myself and my friends have paid off. Add in a bunch of reading about […]