Unfreezing the Ice Giant #SixSunday #FiresofJustice

Welcome  to   Six Sentence Sunday.  Thanks for stopping by.  Today’s six are from my debut Fires of Justice releasing October 17 from Ellora’s Cave  and follows from the snippet I last shared last week.  For those of you who have visited before, I’ve given the blog a new look.  Like haircuts,  its good to make a dramatic change every now and then.  Anyhoo, onward with Six Sentence Sunday.


“You’re one sexy dude but not much fun. How’d you get so cold for a fire elemental?”

“This isn’t a game, witch. Let’s go upstairs and get it over with.”

This joker needed to lighten up. She was not having sex with the ice giant here, no matter what vows she made and how tasty he looked.


I’d love to know what you think.  And take a hop around the web and visit the other fabulous writers on Six Sentence Sunday.

Book Blurb

Always read the fine print when swearing an eternal oath to gods and guardians…

Beholden by the sacred vows of her coven, fire witch Calista Reid agrees to temporarily mate with shifter Cullen McMahan to fulfill a mission assigned by the guardians. When tall, dark and damaged arrives on her doorstep, generating enough heat to scorch a fire witch, Calista finds herself drawn to his battle-hardened body and broken soul. His pain speaks to her own deep-rooted isolation and the intensity of his hunger slakes her passion like no other.

Cullen, scarred by a past that left him an indentured soldier to the guardians, resents yet another hump-on-command assignment…until he encounters the compassionate, fearless, incendiary redhead who detonates his body and reawakens the emotions sacrifice and loss had suppressed. But Cullen harbors a terrible secret—one that reaches back into Calista’s troubled childhood and threatens the foundation of their growing bond.

Read the full excerpt.


  1. They sound like quite the pair. Good luck with your release. I’m going to have to look into getting this book. There’s something about a steamy romance that makes the winter months seem more tolerable.

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