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About Stevie MacFarlane
Hi, I'm Stevie MacFarlane. It's only been a couple of years since my first book was published, and I didn't realize I could have an author's page on both Amazon, US and UK, so I'm a little late getting here.
I live in New York, the state, not the city, in a very rural community. It's a small town, and I use that term loosely. There's a Town Hall, a Town Barn and a bar. That's it. No stores, no post office, nothing and it's a six mile drive to get there. If I head in the other direction, there's a small village. The village actually has two stoplights, a post office and some regular things like a few doctors, and some stores. Needless to say, there's not much excitement. We have a free weekly newspaper and the Police Blotter goes something like this:
Report of Missing Dog
Domestic Dispute, husband locked out of house.
Report of car alarm going off, child playing with keys
Report of stolen wagon, resident forgot he loaned it to a neighbor.
Well, you get the picture. So, now that I'm retired, I have to make my own excitement and I do that on my laptop. Currently, I have books 15 out. Six are about an Irish-American family, The O'Malleys, and four are about a matching-making company called, Sugar Babies, Inc. They are all stand-alone novels, but I'll list them as written, in case you're the kind of person who needs to do things in order.
Changing Her Mind
Little White Lies
The O'Malley Brides
The Not-So-Lucky Bridget O'Malley (a novella)
The Perfectly Naughty Bride
The Trouble With Abby
A Sweet and Sassy Match, Sugar Babies, Inc. Book One
Match Me If You Dare, Sugar Babies, Inc. Book Two
Matched For Keeps, Sugar Babies,Inc. Book Three
The Last Match, Sugar Babies, Inc. Book Four
(These can be purchased in a set)
The Fall River Ranch Series with author Keriann McKenna:
The Key To Annie's Heart
Callie Mae and the Marine
The Marriage Market Series:
Amelia, Book One
All of my books are romances. I like a lot of conversation, a bit of humor, some fairly hot sex and spanking. If you're into whips and chains, these probably aren't for you. However, if you've ever watched a movie where the leading lady is being a perfect bitch and you feel like yelling at the leading man, "Oh my God, spank her you fool!" these might be right up your alley.
I'm also big on families, big families. Characters come out of the woodwork when I sit down to write. I have a big family myself, so the dynamics come easily to me. My husband is one of seven children, I'm one of five and we have five of our own.
I hope, if you've read this far, you may be interested in my books. If not, thanks for taking the time to check out my Bio. Feel free to drop me a line or two and let me know what you think. Even constructive criticism has it's place, just keep in mind, all my books are fiction. I don't care if "a man would never do that" in my books he will, because I made him, lol.
My email is: email@example.com or visit my blog at: www.steviemacfarlane.weebly.com
Oh, one more thing and yes, I know I'm long winded. My pen name is a family name of sorts. My great-grandfather MacFarlane was born in Scotland. My first name, Stevie, is a childhood nick name based on my maiden name.
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Think the North Pole is all about children?
Santa’s Workshop is bringing pleasure to children of all ages, if you get my drift. Things are happening there, big things, and sexy things. Elf things, human things, human and elf things! It’s crazy.
Merry Mistletoe, an elfin female is in the process of a divorcing her cheating husband and it shows in her work. Sad and angry faces are appearing on her dolls when Bartlett Bright joins the management staff at SW/NP Inc. and he cannot allow the talented artist to continue letting her emotions dictate her work.
Mr. Bright tries everything to bring Merry around to his way of thinking. Children will be disappointed. Santa will be frustrated and Bartlett’s job could be on the line. As he supervises her closely, he begins to see that his attentions are not all about her work.
It appears the pretty little elf has wormed her way into his heart. She’s stubborn, opinionated and the perfect match for his dominant personality. He’s determined to make her see it, set on winning her heart and willing to spank some sense into her.
Actually, he’s looking forward to it!
This Christmas fantasy novella has power exchange and mild domestic discipline. If this offends you, please do not purchase.
Bedelia Longmore had resigned herself to becoming the town spinster. Always in a hurry, she looked the part most afternoons appearing frazzled, her hat perched slightly cock-eyed on her head. Being an old maid did not bother her, and Biddy was certainly capable of making her mark on the world. She quickly determined she would publish Centerville’s first newspaper. She began to plan accordingly.
Successful reporter Thornton James arrived from Topeka with a plan. He, too, was looking for a place to begin his publishing career. A chance meeting with Bedelia Longmore was an unexpected stroke of luck. She knew everyone, their habits, their preferences and clearly more than she revealed regarding their personal lives.
“Mr. James, you never did say what you were planning to do here in town,” she said breathlessly.
“I guess I didn’t,” he admitted with a smile. “I plan to start Centerville’s first newspaper. I really must hurry if I’m going to make my appointment at the bank.”
Bedelia watched him until he was out of sight as though glued to the boardwalk. A newspaper! He was the reason the bank had denied her a loan that very morning! Damn, she’d given him far too much information and unwittingly passed on some of her best ideas! Hell’s bells.
Let the competition begin!
The Newspaper Man and Bedelia is Book 3 of the Come Sundown Series. Don’t miss books 1&2:
The Rancher and Carrie Ann
The Marshal and Kate
Carrie Ann Meadows is a dreamer, a bit of a schemer, and the prettiest girl in Centerville. If she’d get her nose out of those damn dime novels now and then, she might realize that standing right in front of her is a flesh and blood man willing to do his best to turn her highly unlikely romantic notions into reality.
It's not until Micah MacPherson stealthy purchases one of those books that he realizes he’s a far cry from the kind of man his Carrie Ann is dreaming about. He’s a rancher who has little time for courting a woman as it is. He doesn’t own fancy cravats, he can’t quote poetry, and he sure as hell isn’t on some social registry for highfalutin fops and dandies.
Micah loves Carrie Ann and he’s waited for her to grow up, but his patience is nearly at its end. She’s either going to marry him, or he’ll be pleased to give her what she so richly deserves and set his sights elsewhere. Surely somewhere there’s a woman who would appreciate a hard-working and devoted rancher with his eye on marriage.
**Disclaimer: A portion of this book was published earlier this year in a limited edition charity anthology. The original short story title was Come Sundown, and it has been extended into a full length novel.
This novel contains mild power exchange elements.
A hot romance is kicking up some dust in the old west! A sexy Marshal, looking to rope his woman, is about to find himself smack dab in the middle of a mystery. The woman he craves is up to her pretty neck in murder and mayhem!
Kate McKutchin has her share of problems. Strong, proud, and fiercely independent, having a man in her life is a complication, but she’s unable to resist the attentions of Martin MacPherson. His midnight raids leave her breathless and sated. Oh, Kate knows the townsfolk gossip about her, however, that is the least of her worries. She has far darker secrets in her past, ones she hopes will never make it this far west.
Marshal Martin MacPherson is stuck on Kate and has been from the moment she first appeared in town. She’s troublesome to be sure, but her embrace is one he longs for and it’s his intention to make their relationship permanent. The beautiful redhead has refused him more times than he can count, making him a bit of a territorial joke. Determined to win her he’s not above using a little over-the-knee encouragement, but Kate remains firm. She cannot marry him. It’s not until a wanted poster crosses the marshal’s desk that he begins to wonder just who Kate McKutchin really is.
Never trust your best friend.
After a fun night and too much liquor,
Bridget let me crash in an empty apartment over the pub.
She forgot to mention that the owner's brother uses it when he's home from active duty.
I woke up next to a very naked and sexy Navy Seal.
He seems big on rules and discipline.
I’m pretty sure my bottom is at risk.
I love Dell, everything about him.
It's my future mother-in-law that is driving me crazy.
With her meddling nature and hijacking our wedding plans,
How can I not act out?
I need Dell to help keep me in line, before I spoil everything with my Irish temper.
And Maggie didn't have the decency to tell me the truth.
Am I angry?
She always skirted the truth, but I expected more from her.
But the young man needs a father and I have a son.
I intend to put Maggie in line and cure her of her bad habits.
Until Chas’ best friend, Pete (Crunch) Benedict gets in the way.
Pete has known Marla forever. In fact, she was his high school crush. When he gets wind of her plans to thwart Chas’ wedding, he does the only thing he can – he takes Marla in hand. Marla doesn’t know it, but Pete has no intention of ever letting her go.
Publisher’s Note: This steamy contemporary romance contains elements of power exchange.
She did not want her cousin Rory hounding her to leave the shelter and go and stay with his parents. And she especially didn’t want her cousin Colleen, the one she’d been closest to as a child, to pry into her reasons for leaving Ireland.
Even if Colleen was willing to spill her guts about how she’d managed to catch such a handsome husband, that didn’t mean Irelynn was going to relax her guard. Oh, her story ‘twas interesting, to be sure, but Irelynn’s secrets were much too painful to talk about over Irish coffee and wine.
Publisher’s Note: This contemporary romance contains elements of power exchange and domestic discipline.
Hunter made a slight error in judgement when he disciplined his girlfriend and co-worker, Suzanna. He went overboard and he’s been backpedaling ever since, trying to get Suzie Q to forgive him without renouncing his belief in a loving, domestic discipline relationship.
Suzie’s not having it – no way, no how! She loves him but her first experience with over-the-knee discipline was horrible and it’s not something she’s willing to entertain again. When Hunter gets a promotion at work and becomes her boss, tensions rise. Oh hell, no! She’s not going to be under his thumb 24/7, no matter how much she adores him.
Quitting her job and taking off for Montana to spend some time with their friends Joy and J.R. Everly might not have been her smartest move. Leaving Hunter without a word was asking for trouble and, in hindsight, she knows she probably has just put her heart and her hind-end at risk.
Publisher’s Note: This steamy contemporary Western romance contains elements of action, adventure, humor and power exchange.
Candace McKenzie did everything she could think of to sabotage her brother Chas’ wedding to Babe, a little nobody who came from nowhere. If it was going to embarrass Babe, Candy was all in. Unfortunately, despite her efforts, the marriage went on as planned. Now, certain people think Candy should pay the price for her actions.
Mark Schaller grew up with Chas and remembers Candy as his little tag along sister. He has also watched her grow up into a beautiful woman with an entitled attitude. When he takes her home after Chas’ wedding, sparks fly. He couldn’t be more surprised when he decides to take her in hand, Candy’s life will change forever.
This is book three in the Sassy Girls series but can be enjoyed independently.
Publisher’s Note: This contemporary romance features humor, sensual scenes and power exchange. If these offend you, please do not purchase.
I completely lost it.
I'm lucky I wasn't suspended considering I'm a Detective.
I roasted that strangers perfect bottom when I caught her sleeping on the park bench, three times in one week.
Then I impounded her car and carted her off to my mothers.
Now every time I look at her I think - Finders/Keepers
I'll never be able to let her go
Bridget and Dell:
He's an attractive, well-mannered, and inexperienced geek.
A 'project' boyfriend is just what I need,
Someone I can mold into the perfect guy.
He's helpless against my skills and with a name like Delbert,
I bet disciplining a woman has never crossed his mind.
As long as I can keep him away from my brothers influence,
I'll have him wrapped around my finger in no time. Or not?
Ever since I met her, I knew Maeve was going to be my wife someday.
Aye, she’s trouble, there’s no doubt about it,
Strutting around town, endangering her reputation.
Before I left for university, I warned her:
You’re going to be mine, so don’t go getting into any mischief!
I’ve been in love with Sean for as long as I can remember
But why does he have to be so damn bossy and opinionated?
Aye, I might have done a few foolish things after he left, but
There was no permanent damage.
And the way he forced my hand was downright underhanded…
When I marry him – if I marry him –
I’m going to teach him a thing or two about how to treat women!
Author’s Note: This book is a prequel to The O’Malley Series. Many times I’ve been asked for Sean and Maeve’s story. Readers seem to want to know how the parents of Rory, Maggie, Patrick, Colleen, and Bridget met and fell in love many years ago in Ireland.
Publisher’s Note: This book contains elements of power exchange and domestic discipline. If these offend you, please do not purchase.