Samuel Fox’s granddaughter, Wynter, has loved Storm ever since she was a little girl. Their mothers are adopted sisters, and they have always been close. He has always protected her.

But children grow up, and feelings change. Or do they?

Will Storm be able to protect her now that they are older and life has become more complicated? Will he finally let Wynter know he loves her before it is too late?

Danger is all around them, and Wynter’s Storm is in the middle of it all, along with his pals, Lou and Gabe. Will the women in their lives trust them enough to listen when they warn them of the trouble lurking?

Publisher’s Note: This steamy historical romance contains elements of power exchange.

 

 

Author Spotlight

 

I am the wife and mother of three sons, whom I am very proud.  The grandmother of four grandchildren.

My favorite thing so do are putting with my canning and going on trips with my husband and having my grandchildren visit.

I love hearing from my readers and respond to all of them.

You can visit me on Face book. I would love to hear from you.

Visit me on http://charcauley.com  I have blog and would love to hear from you there also.

 

Quote from Wynter’s Storm

Samuel Fox’s granddaughter has loved Storm since she was a little girl. Their mothers were adopted sisters and they have always been close.

But children grow up and feelings change. Or do they?

Will Storm be able to protect her now that they are older, and life has become more complicated?

Will her finally let Wynter know he loves her before it is too late?

Danger is all around them, and Wynter’s Storm is in the middle of all of it all, along with his pals, Lou and Gabe. Will the women in their lives trust them enough to listen when they warn them of the trouble lurking?

 

 

Author Interview

What is your writing process?  I usually do a rough outline just to get my idea’s down. Than I just jump right in.

What are your favorite novels?  My favorite books are the Carpathian series by Christine Feehan

If you could travel anywhere where would you go?  I would love to visit Ireland and spend time getting to know so much more about the history.

What do you like to collect? I collect recipes.

What is your favorite color?  Blue

What was the hardest part of writing Wynter’s Storm? I wanted to show how even though these two grew up together, they needed time apart to become individuals and to grow. How Storm grew to be his own man and a man to be proud of, but he needed time to grow to become the man Wynter could respect and love.