That was a real tweet…but then I got to thinking…I’m wrong!
There’s a reason we don’t start stories off with, “And they lived happily ever after.” What fun would that be? If someone hand-carried you to the last day of your life and showed you your wonderful husband, your beautiful children and grandchildren, your successful career, and then said, “Happily ever after, see you in the next life”, you’d feel cheated.
“Hey, where are the arguments my husband and I got into that led to the fun making-up scenes? Where’s the memory of the pain I experienced bringing those beautiful children into this world and the frustrations I dealt with during their teenage years, when I thought I might lose them? Where’s the gratification I felt at climbing my way to the top of the corporate ladder where no other woman had been? Where’s my life? I want the good times and the bad stretches. I want to overcome the tragedies so that I know I’m alive. I want it all!
There’s a reason I write what I call modern-day fairytales. People don’t want to read about an un-flawed heroine, a picture-perfect hero, an unblemished life. Face it; we love a train wreck. No, we don’t want real people to die, but there’s a reason there are hurricane parties. People crave excitement and adventure, and yes, they even want that un-tamable man who’s willing to fight to the death for the woman he now can no longer live without.
Or, at least I think so. If I’m wrong, don’t read my books because that’s what you’ll get. J
Until next time, friends, happy reading!
A little about what I write:
A writer of modern-day fairytales, my stories overflow with romance, mystery, suspense, and of course, tragedy. After all, what would a fairytale be without a tragic event setting the stage? All of my novels are sensual, but not erotic, gripping but not graphic and will make you cry, laugh, love, and hope.
My first two novels, She Belongs to Me and Land of the Noonday Sun, have reached bestseller status right alongside Nicholas Sparks, J.D. Robb, and other great authors. My new releases, Entangled Dreams and When Noonday Ends are now available.
My novels are all standalones; however, I do link each of my stories with a little surprise. If you read out of order, you'll never notice. But if you read in order, it's fun.
First release - December 2011:
After secrets and a mysterious background leave a wife’s life hanging by a thread, a husband must look for answers in the only place he knows—the past.
Second Release - May 2012
When two strangers have nothing left but their dreams, they must forge a relationship in Nantahala, North Carolina, a small town known as Land of the Noonday Sun.
Third Release - September 2012
When Alexandra’s choices dissolve into Entangled Dreams, pushing her down a dark and dismal path, she must trust her instincts to escape danger, but be able to surrender all to find her happily ever after. Knowing how to decipher the difference, will be her toughest challenge.
Fourth Release – December 2012
When a new attorney accepts a case of a woman accused of attempted murder, he finds himself entwined in age-old secrets and a family who will stop at nothing to conceal them—even murder.
Series of Mini-Mysteries with a Paranormal Edge
First Short Story — October 2012
When what seems like a normal pit stop turns to more than just gas and food, a lost couple finds themselves searching for the truth of a twenty-year-old mystery that may cost them their life.
Second Short Story — January 2013
They say The Depot is haunted. But in all the years homicide detective Mark Waters has visited the old train station turned restaurant, he’s never seen proof. Until now.
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