The Hearts and Haunts series, where destined souls find each other…with a whisper of the supernatural in the mix. These stand-alone novels are set in a fictional small town where anything could happen from best friends discovering true love in a haunted house, to opposites joining forces to battle for happily ever after, to childhood friends finding second chances and facing urban legends best left buried. A hint of humor, a bit of mystery, ghostly chills, and a whole lot of romance.

Book One – Now and Always

Available now  at all major book retailers and First for Romance!!

Romance may not be all that awakens for two best friends when renovating a Gothic mansion.







Music, Love and Other Miseries, a contemporary romance series set in the fictional small town of Graywood, all spotlighting the music, love, and other miseries of the sexy men and independent women who live there. Romance steamed, not scorched, with a side order of heart and humor. Each book stands alone, but it’s a small town, so a familiar face or two are bound to show up.

Discover Music, Love and Other Miseries today!

The Dreamcaster Series, a series of standalone new adult paranormal romance novels. While each book is best enjoyed in sequence, they may be read out of order. Each full-length story radiates with razor sharp tension, humor, banter, action and adventure, fated mates with hard-earned love, quirky goodness, beauty and hope in the darkness, shapeshifters with a nightmare twist, and a fresh and exciting take on the paranormal genre. If you like strong heroines who won’t stop until they’ve saved their hot but tortured heroes, you’ll love these magical romances.

Discover the Dreamcaster world today!


6 Responses to

  1. Karissa says:

    Good job, mom!

  2. Chrystee Houser says:

    Love it!

  3. Garry Rogers says:

    Hi CJ,
    I just liked your FB page, and I would follow your blog, but I don’t see a “Follow” button. You can add a nice one from the PlugIns list.

    My blog is at I have it hosted on WordPress, so they add the Follow button automatically. Try it out :-).


    • coleenjb says:

      Thanks, Garry! I’ve tried the “Follow” button route (to no avail – I believe it’s the template I’m using that’s the issue, but I really don’t want to change it). The subscribe by email was so easy, I just stuck to that. I’ll be trotting over to check out your blog – thanks for stopping by!

  4. Twila M says:

    So good to hear about getting a publisher.

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