How far will she go to save a troubled man from himself?
(Deep Blue Trilogy Book 1)
Love is the most addicting drug of all. . .
“Barely-not-starving” Denver artist and cancer survivor Claire Martin has almost given up finding an older man with a youthful spirit when she meets charismatic New York soul singer Robert Silver of the legendary band Deep Blue. She soon learns that hero worship can be dangerous, especially when the object of her desire comes with a disturbing past.
Robert is smart and sexy with a self-deprecating sense of humor, but he’s also a man who has suffered from panic attacks, drug abuse, a well-publicized stint in rehab and the death of his wife, screenwriter Elaine Jordan. When his demons resurface on tour, jeopardizing his voice and the band’s future, Claire must decide if she’s willing to take the biggest risk of her life—betting her future on a troubled man.
(Deep Blue Trilogy Book 2)
Her fairy tale marriage just went off the rails...
“One of those rare times when the sequel is even better than the first. Duhamel adds an unexpected but believable twist to the saga of Rob and Claire. The love story between two of the secondary characters is fleshed out as well. Deeper will leave one wanting to know what happens to all of these people.”
“This book was great with so many twists and turns it was hard to put down! Each character left me wanting more. I hated to see it end.”
“True to its name this book delves into the relationships between Claire and Rob and between Art and Dee. We see how the past can pop up to let you know it's not finished with you and explore the difficulty of accepting our own value and believing we deserve love.”
At Home With Andre
(A Deep Blue novella)
“A delicious, bite-sized work of romantic fiction.”
New York public relations consultant and self-proclaimed control freak Katie McDowell may have made the biggest career mistake of her life. She’s agreed to temporarily leave her beloved Manhattan to manage the company’s struggling New Orleans office, knowing her biggest client is television chef Andre Thibodeaux, whose massive masculine presence makes her feel hotter than the onset of menopause.
Finding her way in a funky new city and earning the trust of her employees is tough enough without annoying hot flashes, night sweats and ugly mood swings, not to mention the lingering memory of one steamy night she shared with the big man she thinks she can’t have.
Sexy, smart, and successful, Chef Andre has everything a man could want except the right woman, and he’s determined to learn why Katie rejected him. To convince her to stay in Louisiana, he’ll need to find a way to make her fall in love-with him, as well as the amazing, vibrant city he calls home.
(Deep Blue Trilogy, Vol 3)
"An emotional roller coaster for all the characters."
After years of struggle and harsh criticism, happily married rock star wife Claire Martin has finally achieved the career success of her dreams. As the featured artist in an international traveling exhibit, she looks forward to her best year ever, while her husband, singer Robert Silver of the legendary band Deep Blue, contemplates a return to touring.
Things are also looking up for Claire’s best friend, Denise Hrivnak, who’s planning her wedding to Robert’s musical partner, Art Hoffman. However, what should have been most joyful day of Denise’s life turns to tragedy when an unexpected event forces both woman to contemplate the terrifying possibility of life without the men they love.
Besieged by the paparazzi and sick with worry, Claire waits for answers in a Las Vegas hotel room, thinking over her improbable relationship with Rob and praying that love alone is strong enough to bring her beloved husband back from the brink.