Introducing my redesigned website

I’m so excited to officially launch my new redesigned website. Take a moment and browse around. Under the Bookshelf tag you’ll find my printable book list, book news, and info on my various books, which is still being added to. And don’t forget to subscribe to my Book Alert List, so you don’t miss any of my new releases. To the left you’ll see Latest News which is where I will post my most current book available. And of course my blog is right on the homepage so you don’t miss those sneak peeks of future books I like to post. Alert… a sneak peek is coming soon.

I want to thank The Killion Group for doing such a terrific redesign. They were a dream to work with and made the project painless.

Take your time and explore and let me know what you think! :)

Any day now… The Highlander’s Stolen Heart!

babbling  brook St. Kevin Monastic Site gelndalough Ireland 2013 Emma had come across a babbling stream, the tracks she had been following having taken her off a well-worn path. While her horse drank, she discarded her cloak and knelt beside the water and got a distorted glimpse of her reflection, which made her look even worse than she already did. Dried mud spotted her face here and there and her hair hung in strings over her shoulders. Her hands were a mixture of dried mud and scratches, and she wished she had remembered to use the salve in her satchel before leaving the stable. The mixture was her own concoction she had scented with lavender and it kept her hands in fine shape, not to mention soft and smelling nice. But she had forgotten about it and now she had no time to care for her hands, or for that matter herself. She looked affright, and she doubted that even a brief washing would change that.

She went to dip her hands in the water when she caught another reflection shimmering just behind hers. It towered over her and the breadth of it made it seem like it was about to devour her.



The Highlander’s Stolen Heart

Book 1 Macinnes Sisters Trilogy





A favorite of mine on sale for $.99

A spooky manor house, ghosts, and a spirited, young American woman make for a jolly good romantic romp in an old favorite historical romance of mine… Whispers on the Wind… on sale for $.99.

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Belinda Latham travels from Nantucket, Massachusetts to Cornwall, England to claim her inheritance… Radborne Manor. She arrives on a dark and stormy night and can find no coach driver who will take her to the manor. She learns why from the inhabitants of the local inn. It seems that Belinda has inherited more than just the manor. She has also inherited a ghost and not just any ghost… the arrogant Maximillian Radborne, lord of the manor.

Maximillian Radborne intends to frighten the young American away, but she doesn’t frighten easily and she’s a stubborn one, sticking her nose where it doesn’t belong. She irritates him and has no sense of proper propriety and… she tempts the devil in him.
Belinda spends her nights in the arms of a sexy ghost and her days trying to solve the mystery of the ghost of Radborne Manor.
Don’t forget The Highlander’s Stolen Heart, 1st book in the Macinnes Sisters Trilogy will be available in June (e-book & print).

Rogan… having his hands full with Emma… The Highlander’s Stolen Heart

Here’s a brief exchange between Rogan and Emma to wet your appetite for lots more to come in The Highlander’s Stolen Heart… available June 2014.


DonnaFletcher_TheHighlandersStolenHeart_200px“Since I have no choice but to take you along, listen well to what I say,” Rogan commanded. “You will obey my every word, for I have no time to deal with your foolish antics that serve no purpose but to delay my search for my intended.”

‘Delay your search?” Emma repeated incredulously. “You did a fine job of that yourself. And my foolish antics found the trail of those who took my sister, so I warn you, I will let nothing get in the way of finding my sister—not even you.” With a yank to her horses’s reins, she took off.

Rogan mounted his horse and with a furious look on his face, followed after her, his warriors wisely giving him a wide berth. He guided his stallion next to Emma’s mare and in an even, though threatening tone said, “Issue me such a warning again and I will see you bound and draped over your horse and sent home to your father.”

Emma smiled pleasantly. “You would have to catch me first.”