Would you ever revisit some of the other genres you have written (paranormal, thriller, contemporary, historical)?
I would definitely revisit those other genres — on one condition. I would have to have a really, REALLY good idea. I still write historicals—my Christmas books, “A Lawman’s Christmas”, “A McKettrick Christmas”, etc., are always set in the late 19th or early 20th century. Time travel has always intrigued me, and I’m asked virtually every day when and if there will be a new Mojo book. The answer: Yes. Eventually. I enjoy reading short stories and novellas by my favorite authors as ebooks, and I’m considering doing more vampire and Mojo stories in that format, though right now, I’m truthfully too busy with current projects. Also, it’s important to mention that I LOVE writing about sexy contemporary cowboys and their smart, spirited women.
This book is kind of a spin-off of Big Sky Country, which focused on Joslyn and Slade. Now the stars are Joslyn's best friend Kendra, and Slade's half-brother Hutch. The two dated when they were younger, but wanted different things from life: Hutch took over his family's ranch, and Kendra went to college. She came back to Parable, Montana to become a realtor after she married Jeffrey, an Englishman who swept her off her feet. After discovering too many secrets and lies in his past, Kendra divorced Jeffrey, but as he's on his death bed, he asks her to come see him in England. Kendra comes back with his four-year-old daughter, Madison (from another woman, needless to say) and settles in to raise the girl in Parable. She didn't count on Madison taking a shine to Hutch, and she didn't think Hutch would be such a great father figure. Everything takes Kendra by surprise and she has to figure out what she wants out of life now.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free and was given the guest post, but the review is my own and is, as always, completely honest.