Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Thursday Thirteen - Squirrels!

Because yesterday's Google Doodle with the squirrel was co cute, here are Thirteen Cute Squirrels!

Wednesday, September 23, 2015


Drum Roll Please...

I absolutely LOVE this cover! The models are soooooo perfect for the hero and heroine! The Sourcebooks art department rocks! :)


When Angelo Rios rescues Minka Pajari from a band of thugs, he recognizes only that she’s a rogue hybrid shifter. He never could have known the wild beauty was created in a lab with stolen DNA.

Minka isn’t sure she can trust the sexy Special Forces soldier who saved her—and then Angelo turns her in to the authorities! Angelo thought he was doing the right thing, but now he’s vowed to do everything he can to protect her…even if it’s from himself.



See the Exclusive Reveal Here!


Wednesday, September 16, 2015

HER FIERCE PROTECTOR (X-OPS 4) is available for Pre-Order in paperback!

Yay! HER FIERCE PROTECTOR (#XOPS 4 - Angelo and Minka's book) is now available for pre-order in paperback at Amazon and B&N! Kindle, Nook, and other ebook will be available for pre-order soon! :)



Don't you just love that title?! Wait until you see the cover! So gorgeous! Cover reveal is Sep 22 at Heroes and Heartbreakers! :)


Monday, September 14, 2015

National Book Festival Recap!

My speech went great! I’ve done panels, but this was my first time speaking in front of that many people before, and it was a fantastic experience. It was also videotaped, so hopefully they’ll put the link on the Library of Congress page. I got to meet and hang out with NPR's Petra Mayer and authors Sarah Maclean and Beverly Jenkins, which was really fun!

More Pics from the National Book Festival are on my FB page!

Also, USA Today HEA has a fun post on it!


Saturday, September 12, 2015


HER WILD HERO (#XOPS 3) has been nominated at TRR! Declan, Kendra, and I would love your vote! :)



Thursday, September 10, 2015

Thursday Thirteen - Football Hunkapalooza!

The NFL Season Starts Tonight, so Here are Thirteen Hot Hunks to Get You Ready for Some Football!


Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Release Day - REKINDLED (Dallas Fire & Rescue Book 1)!

So excited! It's release day for REKINDLED, Book 1 in the Dallas Fire & Rescue Series! Can't believe I haven't written a book about a firefighter before, but the hero Jax Malloy is smokin' hot, no pun intended! :) He's not only a firefighter, but he's a cowboy, too. Oh, and he falls for his best friend's sister. Sparks definitely fly in this one! See what I did there? :)

REKINDLED is available at Amazon, B&N, ARe, Kobo, and iTunes.

Things are about to get hot in here...

When firefighter Jax Malloy gets called out to battle a blaze at a hotel in the middle of the night, he doesn’t expect to find the sister of his best friend and fellow firefighter in need of rescuing. He didn’t even know she was back in Dallas.

Skye Chandler has always had a crush on Jax and is ready to be more than friends. All they have to do is survive an overprotective brother who just doesn’t get it, and a psychotic ex-boyfriend who’d rather see her dead than with another man.


“Lieutenant, this is Malloy,” Jax shouted into his radio. “Tory and I are going up the east side stairwell. We have a report of people trapped on the upper floors.”

“Roger that. Watch yourselves up there.”

Running up steps while wearing a self-contained breathing apparatus, helmet, and fire-resistant turn-out suit that weighed an extra sixty pounds wasn’t exactly fun, but as a firefighter, Jax was used to it. He automatically controlled his breathing so he could conserve as much air in his self-contained breathing apparatus as possible, and kept humping up the smoke-filled stairwell. The SCBA gave him a full thirty minutes in ideal conditions, but conditions in a burning building were about as far from ideal as you could get. The fire was already eating through the walls above him, and the ceiling didn’t look like it was far behind. The hotel had ten minutes tops before it was completely devoured by flames.

He and Tory almost tripped over an older man down on his knees on the third-floor landing. His equally older wife was at his side, urging him to get to his feet. The woman’s shoulders sagged with relief at the sight of them.

Jax was all set to help her while Tory assisted her husband, but she waved away his hand.

“There’s a young woman up on the fifth floor. She helped us down, then went back up looking for other people,” she said, her voice hoarse from the smoke. “I can walk down. You go find her.”

Jax glanced at Tory to see him pressing the mask of his air pack against the old man’s face. Splitting up once you went inside a burning building wasn’t smart, but sometimes it had to be done.

“You good?” he asked.

His fellow firefighter nodded. “Go. I’ll get these two down by relay if I have to.”

Giving Tory a nod, Jax sprinted up the stairs. A moment later, he heard Tory’s voice on the radio, announcing he was coming down with two, while Jax was heading up for another.

By the time Jax reached the fifth floor, he knew the chances of finding anyone alive up there were slim. All public places like this were supposed to have sprinklers and water deluge systems, but if the hotel had them, they weren’t working. He could feel the heat from the flames even with all his gear on, and knew the air was getting hot enough to sear lung tissue. He kept going, though. He’d seen miracles too many times to give up on anyone.

Ten steps later, he almost stumbled over a woman lying on the floor. She had a wet bath towel over her shoulders, and another draped over her head. Smart girl, he thought as he crouched down beside her. He was half afraid he was too late, but then the woman coughed. 

Wrapping one arm around her, Jax gently pulled her up into a sitting position, then took off his mask to place it over her nose and mouth, pushing the button on the regulator to dump extra air into it. 

He would have preferred to wait to see if the woman was able to breathe, but he couldn’t risk it. The building could give way any minute. So instead, he got the mask on the girl’s head as well as he could with her long hair, then scooped her into his arms and headed for the stairwell.

The smoke burned his throat like acid as he carried her down the five flights of stairs, but he ignored it. Another crew of firefighters were heading up as he came down, and he gave them a nod as he maneuvered around them, then through what was left of the lobby and out the front door. Damn, fresh air never tasted so good.

“Malloy. Out of the building with one rescue,” he called over his radio as he hurried over to the collection of Dallas Rescue vehicles and regular ambulances set up on the far side of Jacobs street. There were at least a dozen other patients already there, sitting on gurneys or on the ground. Most had oxygen masks on, getting good air into their lungs. Jax saw the older couple he’d left with Tory in the stairwell, but there was no sign of the other firefighter. He’d probably already gone back inside.

Alec McIntyre, one of the paramedics from Jax’s station immediately ran over, a green oxygen tank with a mask kit already attached in his hand. Jax gently placed the woman on the ground, then turned off the valve on the top of his tank and took the big firefighter’s face mask away. Alec quickly replaced it with the smaller medical mask. The woman was aware enough to get her hands around it and press it firmly to her face, breathing deep.

“I’ve got her,” Alec said, already checking the woman for burns and other injuries. 

Jax was about to turn around and head back to the burning hotel when the woman flipped her long, brunette hair aside to fit the oxygen mask more closely to her face. Jax stared, stunned.

“Skye, is that you?” he asked.

He was sure he was wrong even as he said the words. No way could the slim, curvy girl sitting on the curb be the little sister of his best friend and fellow firefighter, Dane Chandler. Three years younger than them, Skye had spent most of their childhood running around behind them wanting to be included in everything they did. He hadn’t seen her in years, not since he’d graduated high school and moved away. Skye had only been a freshman in high school then, all skinny arms, long legs, knobby knees, and sharp elbows.

The woman blinked up at him, her big, blue eyes going wide as they filled with recognition. Damn, it was her. Little Skye had grown up, and even through all the dirt and grime he couldn’t miss the fact that she’d become one hell of a beautiful woman.








Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Tasty Tuesday Hunk!

Because my steamy firefighter/cowboy romance REKINDLED (Dallas Fire & Rescue 1) releases this week...

Monday, September 7, 2015

I'm at Literary Escapism talking WOLF TROUBLE and other stuff!

I'm over at Literary Escapism today talking WOLF TROUBLE #SWAT, what kind of shifter I'd want to be, and which of my characters I'd like to be! :)



Wednesday, September 2, 2015

I'm a Featured Author at the National Book Festival!

I've been invited to speak at the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C. on Sept 5th! I'll also be signing copies of WOLF TROUBLE at the book signing after my speech! Xander is helping me polish my speech right now! So excited! :)

Paige Tyler's Presentation
Romance Fiction
Saturday, September 5
8:05 pm - 8:30 pm

Book Signing in the Romance Pavilion
Saturday, September 5
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

You can get all the details on the National Book Festival website! Hope to see you there! :)



Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Tasty Tuesday Hunk!

REKINDLED (Dallas Fire & Rescue 1), my steamy romantic suspense with the sexy firefighter/cowboy hero releases next week! How's this for a sneak peek?!
Read an excerpt here!