Upcoming Releases

Vivi would love to write more Lone Pine Pride books, but unfortunately life doesn't always cooperate. Lone Pine Pride is taking a short hiatus, but be sure to sign up for her newsletter if you would like to receive updates when the series resumes.


Alter Ego

If you love comtemporary romance, check out Vivi's new alter ego Lizzie Shane for fun, flirty contemporary romances set against the back-drop of reality television. You can read the first book absolutely FREE and the second and third books of the series have been nominated for the 2016 Romance Writers of America® RITA Award for Best Mid-Length Contemporary Romance.


Latest Release

Tangling With the Tiger

A Lone Pine Pride novel.
Publication Date: August 18, 2015
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Tangling with the Tiger Cover It might be love... if they don't kill one another first.

Siberian tiger-shifter Dominec Giroux doesn’t play well with others. Horribly scarred by the Organization scientists who killed his family and tried to turn him into their pet assassin, his sanity has been hanging by a thread ever since his escape.

His one reason for living—revenge. But when he snaps during one of the shifters’ strikes against the Organization and goes on a killing spree, it doesn’t go over so well with his pride mates.

As the only female lieutenant in Lone Pine Pride history, Grace Calaveras has a lot to prove, and a lot on her plate. The last thing she needs to deal with is Dominec’s brand of crazy, but until she can get him under control, she’s his babysitter.

It would take a miracle for these two to find common ground, but when they’re sent on a mission that could impact the future of every shifter in the world, lioness and tiger form an uneasy alliance…and unleash an attraction that could be their salvation. If it doesn’t destroy them both.

Warning: This book contains a scarred, brooding tiger with an unconventional approach to romance, a feisty, flirty lioness who doesn’t know how to quit, love triangles, secret missions, and rooftop kisses hot enough to melt the Montana snow.