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The Kincaids, Book One

They’re going to party like it’s 1885.

Mira Walker is hoping that competing on a “living history” reality show will give her what’s missing from her real life. Maybe she’ll get closer to her boyfriend, who hasn’t been all that nice to her lately. Get fired up about her job again. Who knows, she might even win a million dollars.

Gabe Kincaid and his brother Alec are after that million too, though. Mira and Scott are no threat at all, not when everybody involved is going to want to kill Scott after the first day. And there’s no bond stronger than a twin’s. What could possibly go wrong?

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  1. LOVED the first two Kincaid books! Please tell me there’s a (hopefully soon to be released) third one! I’m dying to read about Joe and Alyssa’s story.
    Thanks again for such good reads. Love that Kincaid family!

    • Hi–I missed this comment somehow, but thank you! Yep, another book comin’ up! It’s still in the thinking stage, but it’s beginning to press hard. Thank you for the kind words!

  2. I have really enjoyed all your books and have read them in quick succession. Do you know when the next Kincaid book will be out on Kindle?

  3. Emilie Livingood says:

    OMG! I LOVED this book! (Started this book after reading the NZ series, which is awesome, btw.) Reading the book description at first, I was skeptical, because the story is different and didn’t know how well it would play out. Well, it played out beautifully! Such a great and interesting story. I liked all the facets of the story line, the characters’ personalities, and the look at how people deal with the change to living like homesteaders.

    Both the NZ series and this book (The Kincaids, book one – this means more coming, I hope!) were full of information that doesn’t just entertain but also intrigues the reader and educates on the subject.

    • Thank you! I had a BLAST writing this book, from thinking up the idea of the show, to the brothers, to all the other characters. And then the challenges . . . it was all so much fun, and I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Total change of pace for me. And yes, Alec’s story is next . . . been nagging at me for more than three months now, and I need to write it!

  4. First of all I would like to say superb blog! I had a quick question in
    which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was interested to know how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
    I’ve had a hard time clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughts out there. I truly do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be lost simply just trying to figure out how to begin. Any suggestions or hints? Many thanks!

    • The answer is, I don’t, really. I start working and it takes a while for things to come clear. I just sort of power through it. (But first I’ve gone for a walk or something so there’s a scene bursting to get written.) It helps that I used to be a marketing copywriter . . . I’m used to plowing ahead when I don’t “feel” like it. The trick is, just start. (Not necessarily at the beginning of the scene–start with whatever line or moment is nagging at you. You can go back and write the beginning later.) It may start out awkward, but it’ll begin to flow as you continue to work.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    I love your books. I have now read all of your New Zealand books and Welcome to Paradise. I can’t wait to read more of your work.

  6. I was so excited to get the email that this was out! I quickly finished the book I was reading and dove in. I loved the creativity of the reality show and adored the characters. You are quickly becoming one of my favorite authors and all because of happy chance on Amazon and my love of New Zealand. I can’t wait for your next one!

    • Thank you! I was pretty nervous writing a book that wasn’t New Zealand, but there was so much about that story I wanted to tell. Writing it was a lot of fun. I’m so glad you liked it. I’d love it if you reviewed the book on Amazon too (if you have already, thank you for that). It doesn’t have many reviews yet, being so new.

      In any case, I sure appreciate you letting me know you enjoyed the book.

  7. Beautiful cover. Story sounds intriguing.

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