Hello Everyone!!!

Since it’s been forever and a day since my last post, I thought I would share what I’ve been up to. I’ve been writing, writing, writing – seriously, that’s it.???? But all of the keyboard hours have been worth it. My first Contemporary Romance will be released on February 20 under the pen name Anne Gregor! I’m sure you’ve noticed my complete website overhaul and name change. Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews has been a part of my life for so many years that it was difficult to say goodbye. However, once I am able to take a breather from my own stuff, I plan on jumping into reviews again – so stay tuned!

Anne Gregor is the new face of the website (my face, actually). I hope you continue to visit for What I’m Reading Now, Reviews, and Details about my books and upcoming projects.

I want to sincerely thank everyone for sticking with me for so many years and believing in my reviews. I hope you will believe in The Irish Wolves just as much.


Raven is the first book in The Irish Wolves trilogy. River will be released on April 16, 2024, and Rowan will be released by June or July this year.

The Irish Wolves combines the rich history of Native Americans and Irish immigrants. Raven highlights sisterly devotion, billionaire oil tycoons, a bitter breakup, addictive love scenes, and a psychotic antagonist – all set in modern Oklahoma and Ireland.

Raven, River, and Rowan are sisters. Their father was Irish, and their mother was Native American; both were history professors in Oklahoma until they were taken from their daughters in a tragic accident. Now, the sisters have an interior design firm and have landed a job with the O’Faolains, who want them to decorate their newest business venture, Wolves Irish Pub & Eatery. The O’Faolain patriarch, Hugh, and his sons Bran and Patrick were not prepared for the triple threat that was the Byrne sisters.

The Irish Wolves  (Book 1) is Raven and Bran’s story. Their whirlwind romance is destroyed by a single text sent anonymously by a man who hates the O’Faolains and their best friends, the O’Connors. Driven by vengeance for crimes laid upon his father’s ‘innocent’ head, Samuel Delton is a darkly disturbed man whose sole goal is to destroy all chances of happiness for the men he hates most in this world – starting with their women.


Stay tuned for updates.

Much love and Happy Reading, Kris Helt