Vetted Again ~ the reviews are in!

Five Star

K’Anne’s books get 5-stars!


November 12, 2018

I loved Vetted Again. What a great follow up in this series. Great to see the Herriott family overcoming adversity and thriving.
Bobbi S.

November 13, 2018

Wonderful Addition to the Herriot story

I waited impatiently for this installment of the vetted series. I was not disappointed.

I hate to say much cause I don’t want to give anything away but these well written characters have once again drawn me into their world and allowed me to feel all of there ups and downs.

Tinna Webb

November 18, 2018

I really liked the entire series, the character’s are awesome from both time periods and I have to say I would like to see another on the vetted side just to know what happened after the fire, even if it’s just a novella. I highly recommend the entire series, it’s great reading.
Carter Steele

November 12, 2018

Wonderful story! Excellent writing! Fey and Allyssa once again pull you into their lives, and you don’t have the will to leave until the last page is turned. You must read this book. No other way to say it.
sharon barnes

November 12, 2018

I have read all three books and loved all of them. I would love to follow this incredible couple through another book.

November 16, 2018

I loved this book and I highly recommend it. I found myself enjoying each book in this series more than the one before it, and it’s hard to say which was my favorite. The author has developed such strong and realistic characters that you can’t help but feel like you know and care deeply about each of them. The childbirth scenes, which I usually hate, were actually really good!

November 12, 2018

I found myself checking the date quite often the last month or so; how long ’til the book would be released? I finally got the download and read non-stop.
The wait was well worth it.


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Vetted Further

Vetted Further Cover

Fiona Herriot and her wife, Allyssa continue nurturing and growing the large animal practice Fiona established on their ranch.

From a near-fatal accident to a dream come true, they have weathered all the trials and tribulations that came their way, supporting each other every step along the way.  But when one of their dreams falls through and nearly derails their marriage, will they survive the fallout?

Dogs, cats, horses, chickens, and even llamas play a part in this delightful story.

Join Fiona and Allyssa for the continuing saga of two women, a ranch, and the thriving veterinary practice they are building with love on the high plains of Oregon.

Vetted Further is available here!

See also VettedCavalcade, and Pioneering (and coming Vetted Again).

Available NOW from my website and on Wednesday from the various retailers on my website, or you can pre-order them from the links listed NOW!


The other day I announced the release of Cavalcade, hurray.  Had a minor hiccup when Amazon released it and didn’t let you all use the links!  Finally got THAT fixed…but here’s the truth, I didn’t release just one book, I released three, because, well, they are WRITTEN, and two of them are just waiting on editing and proofing and beta readers, you know, that stuff that makes us writers look good!

There are four books in the series so far.  The first, Vetted, takes place in modern times and was released in August 2017.  The second, Cavalcade, was released in June 2018.  Cavalcade is a prequel to Vetted and takes place 170 years prior.  The third, Pioneering, is due to be released in August 2018 and is the sequel to CavalcadePioneering takes place in the years immediately following Cavalcade.  The fourth, Vetted Further, is due to be released in September 2018 and is a sequel to Vetted.

These are complete, stand-alone books, which you can read in any order.  I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them.

Please follow my blog to learn about these and other releases.  I’ve made a couple of these books available for presale.  Click on the links now to purchase your copy:




Vetted Further



Fact vs Fiction

The definition of Fiction, as per Google search is:


So this means, you sometimes have to suspend disbelief to read a story…it’s called fiction for a reason, because the author, made up this story, it came from their imagination.  If it were fact, it would be a biography (even then, read it with a grain of salt), an auto-biography, or they would clearly state it was non-fiction.

The Northwood Lodge

My book The Northwood Lodge  (yes, I know it should be Northwoods, but I didn’t name it, my grandparents did) is the only piece of literature that I have written that is non-fiction…this means, it’s not made up.

My other works are clearly made up…or as they call it in layman’s terms, fiction.  I find it amusing when someone states they are upset because I made up a town, a place, or hey, the people aren’t real…um, hello?  Again, it’s called fiction for a reason.

Seriously, if they were fact, my erotica alone would make me the biggest s&*t there is and I am clearly not that.  At the time I wrote it, it is what I felt like writing and that’s what we authors do, we write what we feel like, make it up as it goes, sometimes some of us outline it and plan it out, but ultimately, it’s from our imaginations.

As a child, I had an active imagination.  I grew up without anyone around because we lived far out in the country.  My nearest neighbor was about a half a mile or so away.  My siblings were older and didn’t want to play with their little sister.  So I escaped to books and my imagination.  I have to tell you, that imagination never went away.  I can still clearly see the wild Indians, the Little House on the Prairie, and such things.  I think that is why I decided to write a prequel to my book Vetted while I’m also writing Vetted Further, the sequel to these amazing people.

Keep in mind, these books are not based on any REAL people, but real characters in my head.  They are also works in progress and subject to change (including the covers, see the watermarks still?)…but, it’s a nice western series for those who loved Vetted and it’s wonderful characters.


It was odd doing the research for Cavalcade and Pioneering, realizing that that this was 170 years ago!  Holy moly!  However, I hope when you read it, you will realize the beginning of this amazing pioneer family down through the years with Cavalcade and with it’s sequel Pioneering, how the family settled in 1800’s Oregon on the very same ranch that I featured in Vetted and Vetted Further.  I loved doing the research to include real, non-fiction facts in with my fiction works as well as including tidbits for the future stories.  Using real historical facts, makes it seem real, but again, it’s fiction.

Keep in mind, fiction means I made it up, non-fiction means I didn’t…