Catching the Cajun-Cover Reveal


My newest story has a cover! Catching the Cajun is the first in what I hope to be a series of books about southern psychics.

Catching the Cajun

Paranormal blogger Felicia Li wants to show she’s more than an Internet flash in the pan. Her Paranormal Pest website is taking off as she debunks ghosts and monsters across the country. Her next gig involves busting a New Orleans tour group for a fake Loup Garou haunting the swamps. But the formidable tour owner kicks her off the boat, and she’s not above cozying up to the sexy Cajun to catch the fake monster.

Jacques Mercier, owner of Cajun Boy Tours, isn’t about to let petite Felicia bring down his family business. He’s overcome oil spills and hurricanes, but something about the feisty Internet phenom tells him she’s going to be trouble for his business–and his heart.

From The Wild Rose Press, Release date TBA

Candy Hearts Romances: Be My Love, Dare Me, Marry Me, www.Cupid

More wonderful stories based on those adorable candy hearts with sayings printed on them are out today! Check out Be My Love by JC McKenzie, Dare me by Debra Druzy, Marry Me by Heidi Kneale, and http://www.Cupid by Annette Miller. All available at The Wild Rose Press. 


Check out all the other Candy Hearts Romances and Je T’aime, my offering for this varied series.

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Je T’aime, A Candy Hearts Romance, by Ursula Whistler

Ursula Whistler is happy to announce the release of Je T’aime, A Candy Hearts Romance. The title of this short story is taken from one of the new sayings added for the 2015 Valentine’s season. Je t’aime means “I love you” in French, and she used a trip she took years ago to the south of France as inspiration for the setting. From the sun setting over the Rhone River to the medieval hilltop town of Le Castellet, go on a journey with the heroine as she navigates the language of the country as well as the hero.

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Part of the Candy Hearts series

Part of the Candy Hearts series


Looking for inspiration, designer Genevieve Hoffman agrees to an apartment swap and heads to the south of France. But when the apartment owner’s brother returns from deployment, she finds herself  with a man who inspires fantasies rather than fashion.

Etienne Gagnon barely made it out of Syria alive during his last special forces assignment. All he wants is a little R&R in the apartment he shares with his sister. But the woman making breakfast in his kitchen isn’t his sister. He might not understand a word coming out of her mouth but he has no problem reading body language and likes what she’s saying just fine.


With no more delays, he strode out the door and smiled at her dancing as she cooked in the small kitchen. Her back was to him. Her long black ponytail swung back and forth, opposite her hips. She’d lost some weight, too. Her bare legs had more tone than he remembered from last summer when she’d joined him at the gym. She was singing with such volume she didn’t hear him.

He took advantage of her distraction and grabbed her around the waist as he announced in French, “Surprise! I’m home!”

She snapped her head back, whacking the back of her head into his nose. Sharp pain made him grab his face, letting go of her. Her well-placed elbow cracked against his rib cage. An oof escaped his lips as he absorbed the blow. He backed away just in time to avoid a round kick to his knee. He let go of his side and put both hands in front of his chest in self-defense mode. She’d not land any more hits. “Brigitte! Why? It’s me! Stop this!”

This wasn’t his stepsister. This woman resembled her greatly, except she had larger breasts, better legs, and excellent self-defense tactics. She yelled in English. What she said was a mystery, but her face and body language told him everything he needed to know. She was fully prepared to kick his ass.

Check out the other stories released today in the same series:


Ever After by Candace Sams and One Kiss by Misty Simon