Ariella’s Nemesis is here…

This is the final book in the trilogy with a wonderful HEA!

Ariella's Nemesis Caro_c_ebookThe final battle. Destinies will be revealed. Love will triumph or destroy. Ariella journeys into the heart of the old empire, backed by thousands of troops.

But her love for Demetrius only brings her pain and self-hatred. While she yearns for his irresistible body, she can’t forgive him the suffering caused by their forbidden passion. Her obsession with winning back the kingdom and taking revenge on Queen Esclairmonde is a good distraction, and she drowns her sorrows in bloody battles.

Determined to reclaim her heart, Demetrius refuses to share her bed unless he can win her forgiveness. Just as there is a chance for reconciliation, the fortunes of war take Demetrius away from his lover and into the clutches of his worst enemy.

As the final battle begins, Ariella will have to choose… her destiny to rule the empire, or her love.

Grab your copy of Ariella’s Nemesis on, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK, or Amazon Australia.


Alessandro (The Greyhounds of Sorrento #2) #Paranormal #Romance

Alessandro is now available for just $0.99 on Amazon! Alessandro’s story picks up just after Desi and Julia’s whirlwind romance, and of course, you’ll get a chance to see how the original couple is doing as they are still very much a part of the ongoing story.


“This was the greatest fail in the history of fails: a true love’s kiss fail!”

Liliana (Lili) Rossi is an aspiring artist who is also a wizard, wielder of the Rainbow Wand. It was supposed to be the best summer ever for Lili as she has discovered that she’s a wizard, and she’s staying with her cousin Juilia and the two greyhound shifter brothers Desi and Alessandro in beautiful Sorrento, Italy.

The only problem is, Lili still has a crush on Alessandro, while the playboy Italian greyhound shifter gallivants around town surrounded by his harem of women and treats Lili like his baby sister.

To make him jealous, Lili starts dating an artist named Silvestro. But she’s not the only one playing mind games, and she soon realizes she might be in over her head.

To make matters worse, Lili kisses Alessandro, but fails to break his greyhound curse. Of course, that’s nothing that can’t be solved with a quick memory wipe…

But a greyhound is nothing if not loyal, and Alessandro is not about to abandon Lili as she faces a mysterious and dangerous opponent. If they can survive this danger, maybe they could even overcome a failed true love’s kiss.

This paranormal romance novella is part of a series, but each story in the series can be read as a standalone.

Find Alessandro on Goodreads, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK, and Amazon Australia.

Makeover! And a free book

The books in the Stars at Zenith series have beautiful new covers, thanks to Oliviaprodesign (on Fiverr). Because even a warrior baroness needs a makeover once in a while…

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They tell a story that reflects the heroine’s attitude through the series. The first one is like “Something is coming at me… I’m not sure what it is, but I’m pretty sure I’m going to kick its butt.”


This second one is like “I’m fighting mad, and I’m definitely going to kick butt.”

Book 3 coming soon!

To celebrate, Ariella’s Escape is totally FREE August 29th and 30thGrab your copy on Amazon USAmazon Canada, Amazon UK, or Amazon Australia

Soundtrack of the Greyhounds #paranormal #romance #booksoundtrack

This playlist goes with my story Desi (The Greyhounds of Sorrento #1).

Like the story, it’s a little bit funny, cute and very romantic. There’s lots of Italian flavor with Innamorata, which is the song Julia hears when she first encounters the mystery man. Raffaella Carra reminds me of an early Madonna. She’s usually quite the saucy temptress (for the 70s), but in this video she shows a more romantic side.

Then there’s a very spunky rendition of Mambo Italiano sung by Bette Midler.

Aside from being a great song, it fits with the story because Julia returns to Italy after a long time away. And she finds certain things a bit strange, like magical greyhounds running around. Talk about culture shock.

There are hundreds of versions of this classic song, but my favorite cover of I Put a Spell on You by Bet. e & Stef conveys a sense of the sorcery and the romance!

If you’re into house music… there’s a song called Greyhound, so I had to put it in.

I Still Believe, because sometimes believing in love can be the hardest thing to do, especially for my heroine who is so logical.

And of course, because the heroine is a scientist, “She Blinded me with Science.”

I hope you enjoyed the music! Find Desi on  GoodreadsAmazon USAmazon UKAmazon Canada

Desi (The Greyhounds of Sorrento #1) #Paranormal #Romance

Caro_c_2 FinalDesi is out today! I hope you enjoy the story of a cute greyhound shifter who is also a sexy Italian restauranteur.

Here’s a short excerpt from this exciting new series…

It was only on my way back from the kitchen that I saw through a partial view of the living room that there was a naked man sleeping on the couch. The curtains were drawn, but I could see the outline of his body in the darkness.

Needless to say, I was startled. I must have screamed quite loudly because the next thing I knew, the guy woke up, just as startled at seeing me as I was seeing him, and sat up on the couch, rubbing his face and peering at me in confusion as if I was the one who had invaded his house.

“Stay back, I have a cup of boiling hot coffee here,” I improvised, though I was merely holding a mug filled with water.

He looked really strong, and in case he was some kind of pervert, I was mentally debating trying to find a better weapon, but when he stopped rubbing his eyes and I could see his face, I realized it was the motorcycle guy. I didn’t feel safe exactly, but now my heart didn’t race as much, and my brain rubbed its metaphorical hands together in anticipation, ready to finally piece together the mystery.

“Hey, I was just sleeping here,” he said. As if that helped clarify things.

He held one hand out defensively, while he grabbed a cushion with the other and covered up his private parts. Not that I could see them in the darkness. Not that I was curious or anything…

“My name is Desi,” he said, “and I’ll explain everything.”

“Desi like the greyhound?” I queried.

“Uh… yes, like the greyhound. I was a friend of your uncle’s, and there’s no need to be nervous. Look, I think we could all use some coffee and some breakfast.”

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