New Book

Cupid Claus

We’re happy to announce our latest release, Cupid Claus. This sweet, magic, Christmas romance will have you reaching for the hot cocoa and wondering what’ll be beneath your tree this year.

CupidXClaus_eCover_Amazon_KOBO_iBooks-683x1024When mistletoe is not enough…

With her only son still single, Mrs. Claus is rolling up her red sleeves and playing matchmaker. With a little advice from Cupid and a list of potential brides, she’s convinced a dash of magic will get the snowball rolling. There’s just one problem, Nick isn’t looking for love. All he wants to do is fill his father’s boots as he prepares to take over as Santa Claus.

While Mrs. Claus is scheming away, Nick meets Heather, a charming artist with a giving heart and a loving smile. Preparing for her first Christmas alone, Heather is looking for adventure. Nick becomes a kindred spirit as they both remember what it’s like to live in the moment. Just as they think they found a fairytale romance, Nick discovers his mother’s magical meddling.

With Christmas Eve quickly approaching, Nick must decide if his love for Heather was the real magic all along or if it was just the work of Cupid Claus?

You can order your ebook or paperback copy now through Tule Publishing or wherever books are sold HERE.


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Elton Hall Chronicles Series

You’ve gone to class with Violet, explored your options with Annabelle, and rode off into the sunset with Christie, but are you ready for all three of their stories in one amazing box set? The Elton Chronicles box set is available now on Amazon for only $.99 and it’s free on Kindle Unlimited.

Book One: First Semester

Violet is just a freshman, off on her first adventure, when she meets a man she dubs her “hipster Hercules”. He’s tall, dark, handsome, British…and her professor. But the heart wants what it wants and her heart sure as hell wants Professor Bernelli. However, someone isn’t too keen on keeping the two secret lovers hidden from the watchful eye of the dean and before she knows it, Violet is forced to fight for her relationship…and her life.

Book Two: Second Snowfall

Annabelle is a relationship virgin. True love has been her dream all her life and when red hot firefighter Kingsley drops into her lap, she thinks she might have found the one. But her heart really longs for another man, one that she can never have. And when her picture perfect romance begins to crack, Annabelle is left to pick up the pieces…before it’s too late.

Book Three: Third Wheel

Christ has her life all planned out. First she’ll graduate college, then marry her childhood sweetheart, and live happily ever after in the traditional American Dream….the traditional, boring American Dream. Christie breaks all the rules and even meets a boy who sets her soul on fire. But life with street racer Shane has its dangers and she’s about to learn first hand that living on the edge isn’t easy.

  • Order First Semester in ebook or paperback HERE
  • Order Second Snowfall in ebook or paperback HERE
  • Order Third Wheel in ebook or paperback HERE

Or if you want to get the whole series in a neat, little package, you can preorder the boxset HERE now!


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His Tarnished Ruby

Today is the release day of His Tarnished Ruby, the third installment in The Scottish Stone Series. It follows Flora MacLeod, the fiery young woman who’s been dreaming of marriage…not just any marriage, but one filled with passion, one with the man of her dreams, a man she’s already handpicked to be hers.

The choices Flora make may ruin her, kill her reputation and her standing in the world she was raised in. It may just force her into situations she could never dream possible for a highborn lady. But when someone offers to face them with her, she must decide if she can bear the weight of true and innocent love.


Order His Tarnished Ruby today and run away to London with Flora to escape her past in the Highlands.


About Kelsey McKnight

From Scottish lairds to billionaire businessmen, Kelsey McKnight will ignite your soul, no matter what century it lives in.

Kelsey is a university-educated historian from southern New Jersey. She has married her great loves of romance, history, and literature to create her newly finished works, “The Scottish Stone Series”. This collection takes readers on a journey through the bustling streets of Victorian London and into the lush hills of the Scottish Highlands. Her second book, a contemporary romance titled “The Non-Disclosure Agreement”, is also available now and features a bad boy politician and the small town girl that could change his ways. When she’s not writing, Kelsey can be found reading, drinking too much coffee, spending time with her family, and working for two separate nonprofit. Visit her Amazon page HERE to learn more about all her published works.


There is also a giveaway at play, which has three of any of Kelsey McKnight’s ebooks up for grabs. Enter now by clicking HERE.


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Severus Snape: Good or Evil

Snape, Snape, Severus Snape… There seems to be a constant debate among the Potterheads as to whether Snape is good or evil. As the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts just passed, and JK Rowling just posted a new apology, I figured it was time to talk about this.

Now, I’m going to preface this by saying I have read the books so many times I can’t count and have watched the movies (to include the ABC Family ones with the deleted scenes) in excess.

Why I think Snape Was A Hero?


1. I’m going back for this one. When Snape found out about Voldemort’s plan to kill Harry, he didn’t say hide Lily. He said hide all of them. Why? Because he knew Lily wouldn’t be happy without her family. It would have been so easy just to say save Lily. Frankly, it would probably have been better for him. If James were out of the picture, then he would be the obvious shoulder to cry on and we all know he’s ALWAYS loved her.


2. He didn’t know about Dumbledore’s plan for Harry yet he still tried to save him during Philosopher’s Stone during the Quidditch match. Where were the other teachers? Where was Madam Hooch? Hell, where was Dumbledore? Snape is the one who tried to keep him alive. That’s right. He was trying to save the kid he hated. Why? Does it matter? He was doing the right thing.


3. He provided the means to get things done but still gave his students the opportunity to learn. What more can a teacher do? He let Malfoy try to kill Dumbledore before attempting to help. He knew about the plan, he knew Malfoy was going to have a hard time with it. But there he was. Risking his life to try and make sure Malfoy was safe. Snape didn’t give the trio the sword but led them to it. Okay, so this is up for debate. Harry almost died trying to get the sword. But it was also the reason Harry stepped out of their protected zone which brought Harry and Ron back together. And he (though for a vindictive purpose) didn’t tell the kids Lupin was a werewolf, but gave them (Hermione) the tools to figure it out.


4. Though, he was said to be a creeper, I think he was actually a protector. He actually really cared about people. Snape didn’t want to kill Dumbledore, he pushed the trio behind him when Lupin turned into a Werewolf after Harry jinxed Snape. He had every chance to run (like Lockhart). Instead, he put his life on the line for the children. And let’s not forget what would happen to Snape if he were bit. In this case, dying wouldn’t be the worst thing. Snape also sent the Order of the Phoenix to help Harry and the rest of Dumbledore’s Army. Not only that, he didn’t tell Umbridge what was going on. He could have easily told her about the Order and what they were up to. He could have done a lot of things. Instead, he saved the day…again.


5. He truly left the world of the Death Eaters. One of the most recognized ways to be a villain is to be a member of a super violent and evil group…like the Death Eaters. Snape could have easily fallen back in with his group. Snape knew Quirrell was up to no good and he even tried to get past Fluffy to stop him from stealing the stone. Snape could have helped and brought his old master back to life but he didn’t. Later, Voldemort believed Snape was a double agent and accepted him back. But in the end, Snape took out the Carrows instead of going after McGonnegal. Then he left. He didn’t fight with Voldemort. It would have been easy for him to do. Instead, he stayed out of it and then gave Harry the details he needed to end the fight. His last dying breaths were to help the one guy with the potential to kill Voldemort.

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With Snape, I tend to look at him like he were the Dark Knight. He is the hero Hogwarts didn’t want, but the one they needed at the time. JK Rowling has said that he characters are not black and white. All of her characters have some grey in them. With Snape, we like to think he is 50 Shades of Grey.


What do you all think of Snape? My blogmate, Kelsey, thinks he’s a creeper extraordinaire and the ultimate jerk. What about you? Which side are you on?

Looking for something else to read? Check out Sarah’s new book, First Semester. It is a college romance about freshman Violet Carrington as she learns about love, friendship, danger, and most importantly…not everyone is as they seem.

Click HERE

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