July 17th, 2017
Fade To Gray Out Today!!!!

A New Romantic Suspense from award winning author Dee Davis!


Fade to Gray

Nothing is ever black and white…

When Emily Masterson wakes up in a strange bed with a dead man, she does the only thing she can think to do.  She calls the one man who can help her.  A man who betrayed her years ago—the only man she’s ever loved.

Gideon Sloan might be in the business of helping people, he just never thought one of them would be Emily.  After using all his resources to help her, he swears never to see her again, but a second attempt on her life leaves him racing against a clock to keep her alive.

Even as the killer circles closer, passion reignites, but secrets from the past threaten to destroy their fragile truce.  Only together can they find answers and—if they survive—a second chance at love.

Here’s a sneak peek…


Emily Masterson rolled to her side and tried not to gag.  Something smelled horrible.  Her stomach clenched, threatening to rebel, and she scrunched her eyes shut, as if by doing so she could forestall what was obviously going to be an awful morning.  Her mind scrambled to pull forth details from last night.

She’d gone out with her friends, Sylvie and Jules.  She drew in a shaky breath and swallowed, trying to keep her stomach in line.  They’d started with dinner and then moved on to some clubs, ending at Avalon if she was remembering right.  There’d been tequila involved. Which of course had been a mistake.  She’d never been able to handle tequila well.

She grimaced and risked opening an eye.  For a moment the world was blurry and then it cleared.  Her other eye popped open, her heart pounding.

This wasn’t her bedroom. In fact, she’d never seen that chair or those drapes before.  She squeezed her eyes shut again.  What in the world had she done?  She was always so careful not to cross the line between having a good time and making a fool of herself.  So she couldn’t have done anything that bad.  Right?

Except for the fact that she had no idea where she was or how she’d gotten here.  She shifted and the sheet slid against her skin.  Oh God, she wasn’t wearing much of anything. Did that mean she wasn’t alone?  Could this get any worse?

Eyes still screwed tightly shut, Emily considered again what she remembered of last night.  In truth, not much about the ending at all.  Sylvie had left before she and Jules had headed for Avalon.  A hotspot for up and coming politicos, Jules had wanted to make an appearance.  She was running for office, after all.  And even though Emily wasn’t much of a party girl, she had wanted to support her friend.

Pushing her hair from her face, she rolled to her side, opened her eyes—and nearly strangled on a scream.  Tom Irwin lay sprawled beside her on the bed, covered in blood.  The smell. Oh God. That was the smell.  His sightless eyes looked to the ceiling, his hand stretched out as if he were summoning her.  He was naked.  And dead.

Oh, dear Lord, she was going to be sick. Really, really sick.  Senator Tom Irwin, the Democratic party’s golden boy, was dead.  Dead.  Dead.


Fade to Gray. http://www.deedavis.com/books/fade-to-gray.php  The first book in Dee’s new Triad Series.

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July 11th, 2017
Fade to Gray! July 17th!


January 4th, 2017
Rising Storm Season 2 Goes Wide!!!

rising-storm_all-books_lg_2017Ready to settle in for a little winter reading?  The second season of Rising Storm has just gone live across all platforms!!!  As with Season 1, Season 2 is full of intrigue and heartbreak…but like all storms, sooner or later there’s bound to be blue skies again. Join the citizens of Storm as they rally together to find their happy endings!

Secrets, Sex and Scandals …

Welcome to Storm, Texas, where passion runs hot, desire runs deep, and secrets have the power to destroy… Get ready.  The storm is coming.



1-Against the Wind:
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2-Storm Warning
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3-Brave the Storm
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4-Lightning Strikes
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5-Fire and Rain
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6-Quiet Storm
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7-Blinding Rain
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8-Blue Skies
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And for Amazon links and all things Rising Storm, Seasons 1 and 2, check out the Rising Storm Website!


December 17th, 2016
Happy Holidays!




Wishing you and yours

a wonderful holiday season

and a happy new year!


August 1st, 2016
Romantic Suspense Give Away!


To celebrate the summer, I’ve teamed up with more than 35 fantastic romantic suspense authors to give away a huge collection of romantic suspense novels, PLUS a Kindle Fire to one lucky winner!

You can win my book Dark of the Night plus books from authors like L.A. Mondello and Diana Love.

Enter the giveaway by clicking here !    

Aug 2016 - Romantic Suspense Sweepstakes - Davis



July 29th, 2016
Barbara Vey tickets on sale!!!!

13659108_10210529702377475_2737042929830354901_nTickets for #BVW17 go on sale tonight. Keynote speaker will be Kristan Higgins who will be joined by 59 other authors. Including me!!! Get all the info here.

I can’t wait!  Am totally stoked to be able to attend this year.  And look forward to seeing you!!!!


February 22nd, 2016
Cottage in the Mist

CottageInTheMist_400I am so excited to announce that my newest book, Cottage in the Mist is now available for preorder!  (Release date March 22!)  Cottage in the Mist, a sequel to Everything in its Time, is a time travel romance set in fifteenth century Scotland.

Here’s the blurb:

Mo Chridhe Gu Bràth.  My heart forever.

Ancient words, a powerful legend, a timeless love…

Lily Chastain has lost everything—her family, her inheritance, and her fiancé.  Desperate to escape her pain, she heads for a remote castle in Scotland, but is trapped by a violent storm along the way. Injured and alone, she is drawn by a lighted cottage in the mist.  What she finds there will change her life forever.

Attacked by a vicious rival and betrayed by someone from his own clan, Bram Macgillivray finds himself alone and on the run.  His father is dead, his holding all but destroyed.  Wanting vengeance, he seeks out the help of his cousins, but finds instead a beautiful woman who calls to his heart.

After losing herself in an unexpected and wonderful night of sensuality, Lily wakes to find Bram gone.  But even more disturbing, when she leaves the sanctuary of the cottage, she finds that it has disappeared as well.

Separated by over five hundred years, yet tied together through a magic stronger than the bonds of time and place, Lily and Bram fight to find each other again.  And as Lily uncovers the secrets of the past, she must race to find a way back to save the only man she’s ever truly loved.

And here’s an excerpt:

Scotland – 1468

There was danger.  Bram could feel it all around him. Fire raced up the wooden steps that lead up to the door leading into the tower.   And he could see more flames thrusting out of the windows, black smoke spiraling into the night sky.  Throwing his plaid over his face, he ran up the steps, but was stopped by one of the tower’s guards.

The man raised his claymore, his eyes narrowed as the deadly blade began its descent.  Bram pivoted, and then swung his own weapon, confused as to where he was and why he was fighting.  The man fell, only to be replaced by another.  Bram called to him, some part of him recognizing a face that still seemed a stranger, but this man, too, seemed intent only on stopping him.

His mind argued that nothing made sense, even as his heart screamed that he must get inside.  If he did not then that which was most precious to him would be lost.  He knew this as surely as he drew breath.

With a twist and a parry he drew the man off, and then made quick work of him, dashing through the opening of the tower, down the hallway and into the great hall.  A place meant for comfort it offered only danger now.  It too was full of flame, and lined with enemies. 

Again the thought brought him up short.  But there was no time to try and understand.  Fear pushed him forward.  He surged into the fray, moving toward the stairway at the far end of the room.  It gave access to the chambers above and it was there he knew he would find her.

His brain recoiled.  Find who?  But his heart urged him forward, and he fought his way to the bottom of the steps, then ran up them, taking them two at a time, knowing the other swordsmen were fast on his heels. 

At the top he froze for a moment, the thick smoke disorienting him.  The fire was much worse here.  Pushing forward, he breathed through the heavy wool of his plaid, keeping sword at the ready.  The first chamber was empty.  As was the solar and the chamber beyond it.  But then from down the narrow hallway he heard a cry.

Heart thundering in his ears, he ran through the flames and smoke.  A timber fell, glancing off of his shoulder, and he hardly felt it, the need to find her overriding everything else.

He called for her, his voice swallowed by the raging fire.  Another timber fell, and a wall collapsed.  He jumped across a gaping hole in the floor, landing hard, but still moving.   The doorway ahead was edged in flames, the smoke and fire roiling like some kind of evil spirit. 

Ignoring the danger, he sprinted forward, through the opening, again calling her name.

And then, through the shimmering heat, he saw her, tied to the bedframe, her long hair unbound, her green eyes wide with fear. 

“Go back,” she screamed.

But he pushed onward, stumbling as still more of the burning tower fell.  “I’ll no’ leave you.”   His words were whipped away by the inferno surrounding them.  But he knew that she had heard him.

There were only a few feet between them now.  There was bruising on her face, and a trickle of blood at the corner of her beautiful mouth, and he swore there would be hell to pay.

But first, he had to free her.

He reached out a hand, but as he did so, the ceiling above him crashed to the ground.  One moment he was looking into her eyes—and the next, she was gone.

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