Set on a fictional version of Marie’s beloved Block Island, RI, the Gansett Island is Marie’s marquee series with more than 2.5 million copies of the books sold since Maid for Love debuted in 2011. Readers come back book after book to catch up with their favorite characters while enjoying a new romance in every book. Get ready to share in the life of the McCarthy family as well as their many island friends in this much-loved sexy romance series.
The Quantum Series marks Marie’s first foray into erotic romance. In this series, she writes about celebrities working and playing in New York, Los Angeles and other locations around the world while pursing their passion for dominant sexual relationships. Join the principals of the Quantum production company as each of them meets their match in life and love!
The series that started Marie’s career as an author in 2004-2005, The Treading Water series contains her first three books: Treading Water, Marking Time and Starting Over as well as Coming Home, a book her readers asked her to write to finish a story begun in Marking Time. Find out more about the impact Treading Water has had on Marie’s career and how she named her company for Jack, her architect in Treading Water.
TSam and Nick’s journey continues with a change of address to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the the First Family Series, a continuation of their story that began with the Fatal Series. All the things you love best about the Fatal Series will be coming with us into the new First Family Series, only there’ll be some added focus on Nick’s job (not too much—I promise) in addition to Sam’s job, which she’ll continue, despite an enormous uproar. There’ll be glamour and international intrigue and all sorts of amazing things to come All the characters you love in the Fatal Series will remain on the landscape, albeit some of them in new and different roles, but everyone will remain present.
Thank you for your interest in the Fatal Series! I first began writing Sam and Nick’s story way back in 2007 when I read about a congressman who’d been found dead in his Washington, D.C.-area home. At first, his death was investigated as a possible crime but it was later determined he died of natural causes. I wondered… If he had been murdered, who would’ve had jurisdiction over the case? That question led to Sam and Nick and the rest… Well, there’s no end in sight for our favorite D.C. homicide detective and her politician husband. I hope you enjoy Sam and Nick’s wild ride as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it!
Welcome to Vermont and the Green Mountain and Butler Series, featuring the Abbott family, proprietors of the Green Mountain Country Store. This series was inspired by a story I saw on the NBC News about the real-life Vermont Country Store and the Orton family that owns it. I was fascinated by the story of a modern-day family running an old-fashioned country store in the mountains of Vermont. After a memorable weekend in Vermont in which I visited both of the stores locations—and managed to spend too much money at both stops—I was hooked on the idea. I went home and wrote the first three chapters of All You Need Is Love, which was released in February 2014. Since then, the Abbott/Stillman/Coleman clan has stolen the hearts of readers, and Fred the Moose has earned himself a cult following.
The indie-published Butler, Vermont Series is a continuation of the Green Mountain Series with all the things you loved best about that series—Fred the Moose, the boisterous Abbott family, the beautiful Vermont mountain landscape and the sexy romances that set your heart to racing. Catch up with the series by reading the Green Mountain Series and then come along on the next phase of the story with the all new Butler, Vermont Series!
The Green Mountain Series
The Butler, Vermont Series
Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.
~ Calvin Coolidge