Look to Geri’s stand alone novels and her Whidbey Island series. If written today these stories would fall under women’s fiction. Lush, satisfying reads with emotional intensity while taking you into new worlds, often with military communities (Geri has a strong Navy background). Geri originally sold A Rendezvous to Remember and then What Family Means when she won Harlequin’s Everlasting Love™ contest. When the line morphed into Superromance™, she wrote Sasha’s Dad and then went on to write the Whidbey Island series for Supers.
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Geri’s written two novels featuring World War II. Her critically acclaimed debut, A Rendezvous to Remember, begins in Belgium and takes you through to present day. A second tear-inducing romance, Navy Christmas, part of Geri’s Whidbey Island series, showcases a romance put on hold for World War II. Its HEA helps lead the contemporary couple to their HEA, too.
Geri has a book for you, whether you prefer sweet romance or enjoy super hot passion between the hero and heroine. Geri’s Standalone Books and Whidbey Island series are all at a sweet to medium heat level, with definite sexual content but not nearly as sexy as her Silver Valley PD and Colton’s books, which have a medium-to-high heat level. And if you’re in the mood for super-hot, sexy-all-the-time romance, you’ll find your stories in steamy Louisiana in The Bayou Bachelor’s series.
You’ll love Geri’s Silver Valley PD series and her Colton books for Harlequin™ Romantic Suspense. A special feature of the Silver Valley PD books is that they are all set in and around Central Pennsylvania, where Geri and her family have grown roots after decades of military moves. Silver Valley is a fictional town but its Pennsylvania flavor is authentic. Locals and out-of-towners alike enjoy the lush setting of Cumberland and Susquehanna Valleys, the Appalachian Trail, and the city on the Susquehanna River–Harrisburg. Even though Silver Valley, PA is a peaceful, beautiful place to live, it’s fraught with greed, envy, the opioid crisis, organized crime, human trafficking, and a serial killer. All endings are happy and love wins in Silver Valley–but only after a good dose of spine-tingles.