Thursday, December 18, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Caught In A Jam

I’ve loved her since we were kids. But loving someone gets tough when they don’t love you back.

Nixon Black has made mistakes. He made one mistake that would change his life forever. Now he’s working and in school—and he’s got a three year old. He gave up dating when Scout was born, but every night he retreats to another life in his mind, one he could’ve had with her.

Journey spent her formative years on the arm of any boy that didn’t expect anything out of her. She was hiding from the one person who did expect something in return—Nixon. Years after being cheated on and dumped for the last time, she takes a job at a daycare center where there’s a genius of a ginger haired girl whose last name is Black.

But the roles have been reversed and Journey is no longer Nixon’s first priority. Can he make room for the new Journey? And when he does, will he be able to forgive the old one?

(You can get book 1, Love and Skate, FREE on Amazon, iTunes and Smashwords)

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Heart Breaker

Breaker James isn’t the boy who is imprisoned in his home anymore. He’s not the guy who is afraid to leave the house. He doesn’t need Ash twenty four hours a day anymore.
Hell, he might not need her anymore at all.
He’s a heart breaker, pure and simple.
Love is easy when you’re secluded from the world within four walls.

Ash now has to learn how to let Breaker love her—without being his crutch.

Sequel Novella to UNTIL SHE WALKED IN (formally known as AnguiSH). 

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

New Look: UNTIL SHE WALKED IN (Formally known as AnguiSH)

Title: UNTIL SHE WALKED IN (Formally known as AnguiSH)

Until she walked in, Breaker James floated around in a prison of his own making, crippled by agoraphobia.
Until she walked in, he itched for something more.
Until she walked in, his world was in limbo.
A simple note pinned to a corkboard will lead Ash right to Breaker’s solitary world and she will learn that there's more to love than holding on tight.
Sometimes it means you have to let go.