Hi. I love writing and some of my earliest memories are of my mom stapling paper together into a book for me.
Now I write romance novels. I love happy endings, so romances were the perfect fit for me.
I have already published five books under the pen name Sheridan Jeane, and now I'm getting ready to release some contemporary romances under the name Sheri Tyler.
You can find my published books at
I’ve been working on my new contemporary romance series for quite some time now, and can’t wait for you to read the first book, Signature Dish. This book first started out as a side project but soon turned into an entire world-- and an entire series-- which I couldn’t stop thinking about or writing.
"Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale"
Hans Christian Andersen
My newest contemporary romances haven't yet been released. While you're waiting for them to hit the shelves, you can peruse some of my recent books I wrote under the name Sheridan Jeane.
Please feel free to get in touch and share your comments or questions, I’d be more than happy to hear from you and help out.
November 1, 2014
What's a bride without a groom?
When Celia attends her engagement ball the last thing she expects is to have her entire dowry stolen!
She might have had reservations about marrying Devin Montlake, but she refuses to have their future stolen along with her dowry.
Devin Montlake has his life planned out… he loves his orderly life as a barrister. His biggest worry used to be convincing his headstrong fiancée to behave with a modicum of propriety... until he finds himself the focus of a manhunt!
Unfortunately, adhering to society’s strict rules for propriety won’t solve this particular problem. Devin has to rely on the inventiveness of the irrepressible Cecilia to catch the thief as the pair embarks on a rollicking chase to recover Cecilia's dowry before time runs out.
December 01, 2014
London, 1853 – Lady Catherine and Alexander Gray share a passion… because Catherine IS Alexander Gray!
Catherine is a lady now, and that means she needs to give up her secret life of fencing. She can’t keep pretending to be a boy and fraternizing with men, but before she does, she’s determined to win the upcoming fencing tournament and have her nom de guerre engraved on the traveling trophy. Her mother plans to marry her off by the end of the season, so this will be her last chance to enjoy her freedom. When she impulsively puts her reputation at risk to save the life of the dashing marquess, he sees through her disguise.
Can the Mad Marquess find a bride?
Daniel, Marquess of Huntley, wants to be embraced by London society, but to do that, he needs to quash the rumors of his father’s madness. He plans to marry the most proper and well-connected woman he can find so they can raise stable, respectable children with stainless pedigrees. He certainly isn’t interested in some hoyden with a penchant for masquerading as a boy and flaunting society’s rules. In fact, he’d prefer to keep her at a distance.
It comes down to a question of honor…
When a penniless earl uncovers Catherine’s secret and blackmails her, the only path out of social ruin is marriage, but to whom? She soon learns that matrimony provides little protection when a vengeful suitor is plotting the ultimate revenge.
November 17, 2015
Winner of the I Heart Indie award for Best Historical Romance
He’s trying to avert a war, she’s trying to salvage her future.
Tonight they find themselves adversaries, but something tells them that’s not their destiny.
They both need to learn to trust again, but how can they when there’s treachery at every turn?
London, 1854 – Lord Wentworth can’t refuse his brother’s request — not when war with Russia is at stake!
Robert, Earl of Wentworth, isn’t a spy, and he never wants to be one, but when his brother is injured and needs his help stealing an important book from the Russian embassy, he can’t refuse. He’ll do it, just this once.
Antonia’s future depends on the contents of that book…
Antonia and her sisters have lost everything. They can’t even call their names their own. If she wants a chance at a future, she needs to steal that book. The problem is, Lord Wentworth just stole it from the Russian Ambassador.
…And they both need it
Family duty is in direct conflict with loyalty to the queen. The reluctant spy and the daring thief find themselves at cross-purposes. Is there a way to satisfy one ideal without sacrificing the other? Who will win in this dangerous game of nations— especially when their hearts are at stake as well?