Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Romances to Remember includes five of Maxine Douglas’ novels, ranging from time travel, paranormal, to inspirational romantic flairs for your reading pleasure:

Knight to Remember
A Knight lost in time.
A Lady in need of a knight.
A Queen as dark as black magic.
A modern tale of true love and honor.

Rings of Paradise
One man’s quest to find the truth. One woman’s desire for more in life. A mistress that won’t let go.

The Queen
Cole Masterson needs to solve a family mystery with the help of an old locket photo of Hanna Amery.

Blood Ties
A long-lost aunt, two loving ghosts, two people looking for answers, the Civil War and a family legacy all with BLOOD TIES.

Road Angel
Two lives hang in the balance of life, death, and desire…can Cyn convince Lee life is worth living?


Friday, October 31, 2014

Writing as Debi Wilder

After much thought and discussion with several people ... the final Debi Wilder erotic book, By the Blue Moon, will be released soon.  For those who are wondering why should I, Maxine Douglas, care ... I write as Debi Wilder as well.  From this day forward I will be writing ALL genres as Maxine Douglas. 

Look for the first Maxine Douglas sexy story, Eternally Yours, coming in 2015 from MuseItHot Publishing.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Ghost stories, Civil War historical, knight in shining armor time-travel, and contemporary romance waiting for you at 50% this month (October) as MuseItUp Publishing celebrates its 4 Year Anniversary. Come join the celebration and dive into a new world of romance. I'll see you there!

Now's your chance to get most of my books at 50% this month only! 

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Nashville by Morning


Heather stood in the shadows, looking out at the clear sky and full moon. She wanted to blend into the darkness. She couldn’t bring herself to turn and face Frank. It was impossible to melt away.

“Excuse me, Miss, but are you all right?”

The voice, much deeper with a pure southern accent edged with a soft, masculine ring to it, wasn’t Frank’s.

“Miss, are you okay?”

She turned and gazed into a pair of concerned chocolate-brown eyes. “Yes,” she replied in a trembling small voice.

Frank walked out onto the balcony toward her. The three of them stood in the moonlight, looking at each other, not knowing whether to speak. Finally, the stranger broke the deafening silence.

“Frank, I was looking for you. My drummer, Jordan, can’t make it tonight, which leaves me at a great loss. When I saw you dancing, I was hoping you’d be able to fill in for him. But I can see you have other plans, so I’ll try to find someone else. It was nice seeing you again.” The man turned to leave.

“Wait a minute.” Frank turned away from Heather. “You want me to sit in with your band?” The surprise in his voice expressed visible waves of shock flowing through his body.

“Yeah. If I didn’t think you could handle it, I wouldn’t have asked ya.”

“How soon do you need me?”

“In about half an hour. You’ll do it?”

“You bet! Just give me a few minutes here, and I’ll be right there.”

“Okay. And Frank, thanks.” With appreciation showing in his eyes, the man left Heather and Frank on the balcony.


He lightly touched her shoulder, and she whirled toward him, tears threatening to fall down her cheeks. “Frank, don’t.”

As she stood with her back against the railing, the moonlight showed the sorrow and pain on his face. He reminded her of a little boy who’d done something very wrong but didn’t realize it until it was too late.

“Heather, please listen. I’m sorry. I wasn’t thinking when I…well, you know.” With renewed humiliation, he looked away.

In an attempt to ease his embarrassment as well as her own, she walked over to him. “There was a time in my life when I fell deeply and totally in love. The love was never returned. At least…not the way I wanted and needed it then. Anyway, after the relationship had gone on for two years, I found out he was married.” Heather turned away. She just couldn’t bear for him to see the shame and grief ripping at her heart once again. “I made a promise to never let a man get that close again…physically or emotionally.”