Siobhan has always believed in fairy tales, spirits, and kissing underneath the mistletoe. She wrote her first story when she was eight -- a harrowing tale about a brave Amtrak who saved a slow moving freight train in the mountains of Colorado and had a romance with an equally heroic commuter train. She was eight; it wasn't that complex.
A practicing Green Witch, Siobhan is often frustrated by inaccurate depictions of her religion in the media. Her stories will often incorporate aspects of various forms of Wicca or Paganism. And some point she'll write that series on Paganism in Writing her publisher wants.
When she isn't beating her head against the keyboard creating paranormal love stories, she works as a research assistant for a world-class structural engineer. One day she hopes to join her boss in being Wiki-worthy, but for now she'll settle for relative obscurity. She enjoys spending time with her family, exploring nature, reading, gardening, and talking about herself in the third person.
The Mystical Matchmaker Series
Yearning by Siobhan Kearney
When Rachel Bradbury died, she was forced to watch everything she cared for decay or drift away. But when hunky landscaper Ian Waterhouse arrives to clean up the place, they establish a connection. Against all odds, the ghost and the gardener fall in love. Can the two find a way to make it work even though they can’t even touch?
From the first moment, I wanted Rachel to find some happiness, companionship, and love in her afterlife, and I found this to be a delightfully sweet romance! -- Rebecca Rodgers
I enjoyed this paranormal short read. The characters were very likable and the pace was great. -- The Celtic Rebel
The Guardian by Siobhan Kearney
A chance encounter.
A runaway dog.
A hidden graveyard.
And a sexy guardian.
A simple afternoon stroll turns Phoebe's life upside down when her dog, Fallon, escapes. A breathless chase leads her straight into Edward's strong arms... and his purpose. Will Phoebe be able to protect her heart while Edward protects his charges?
For a 63-page novella, The Guardian packs one hell of a punch. Full of lush, evocative prose, this story really carries you away. I won’t spoil the ending for you, but this IS a romance, and I promise you won’t be disappointed! Five stars for a quick but enormously satisfying read. -- Brutally Honest Reviews
I felt swept away by the connection between Phoebe and Edward, which felt so spontaneous and so genuine as she gradually fell for him. -- Rebecca Rodgers
Weird & Wonderful by Various Authors
Helmed by USAT Bestselling Author Caitlyn Lynch, 18 authors explore several lesser-known holidays. Featuring sweet country romance and sex in the big city, there's something for all romance readers. Polar bear plunges. Sexy neighbors. Even a cute shifter or two. This anthology has it all!
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The Editor by Siobhan Kearney
Being a published author isn’t what Sophie expected. The pay isn’t great. The hours are long. And the deadlines are impossible. At least her publisher-approved editor is decent. More than decent, dreamy. Too bad she can’t graft her editor’s personality onto her sexy downstairs neighbor. Except fate’s got a funny way of throwing them together… in more ways than one.
It has something similar to the feel of going into a story knowing what trope it centers on and the basic framework of how it’ll play out, but you’re still excited to see the details and set dressing. Sets up rich potential for further character growth. -- Mel
The interaction between Sophie and Xavier in The Editor reveals how people can often misjudge another person and I loved the ending. -- Tabitha C. Weiler
I enjoyed all 18 stories, but some of my top picks to look out for are definitely: “The Editor” by Siobhan Kearney (oh no we stan a socially awkward, book nerd vampire) -- RomancingtheBookworm
Tempting Treats by Various Authors
Curated by USA Today bestselling author Caitlyn Lynch, Tempting Treats is a collection of Halloween-themed stories from some of the best new voices in romance.
Enjoy fifteen stories filled with masquerades, magic, and more. Ranging from sweet to sexy, this anthology will fill all your Halloween needs. You’ll be seduced by Fae and succubi, vampires and shifters, witches and werewolves as you’re swept away by the magic of Halloween!
The Guardian - Siobhan Kearney
A simple afternoon turns Phoebe’s life upside down when her dog escapes leading her straight into Edward’s strong arms and his purpose.
I really liked the stories in this book! Short, sweet and sexy reads. Some were really Hot and some were very sweet and romantic. I read a lot of short story compilations and one of the things they seem to have in common is a lot of grammatical errors and a major need for editing. None of that here, they were all well written. My favorite stories in the book were Masquerade - Nikola Christain, The Guardian - Siobhan Kearney, The Curse Of The Donkey Dong - Caitlyn Lynch (Despite the name, lol!) and Brave Magics - Miranda Deacon. -- Melissa J. Piper
Summer Heat by Various Authors
A collection of 17 steamy short stories (5,000 - 10,000 words) by new and established romance authors, Summer Heat is sure to steam up your reading this summer!
Yearning - Siobhan Kearney
When Rachel died, she was forced to watch everything she cared for decay or drift away. But when hunky landscaper Ian arrives to clean up, they establish a connection. Can the two find a way to make it work even though they can’t even touch?
This anthology is excellent from start to finish! I loved that the relationships depicted ranged from committed long-term relationships (married) to meet-cutes, and included everything from fantasy worlds to hot!moms and hot!dads. It was steamy, enjoyable, and I'll definitely be going back for a reread. -- Sarah Johnson
Don't try to race through this anthology too quickly, because there are some really hot stories in here! Whether focused on vacations, summer wedding season, rituals, or just trying to get through life when it's boiling outside, these stories took me away to different times and places. My favorites were "The Research Trip," "The Gardener," "Bliss," and "Yearning." -- Rebecca Rodgers