• A Short Story for Jack&Rose

    February 18, 2020

    As promised, here is Jack and Rose in all their glory! I mentioned this on my social media, but just in case you don’t use Instagram (If you do, you should definitely follow me since I’m the most active on there) let me give you a little reminder. I had too much fun writing this not-so-little extra story for Jack&Rose, which means I have to do this for all the books I’ve written so far. And hopefully the ones that will come in the future. And my newsletter will always be the…

  • Exciting News for Jack & Rose

    December 24, 2019

    We haven’t talked in ages, but I come bearing a little gift to those of you who loved Marriage For One and has been missing Jack and Rose. I, actually, didn’t realize how much I was missing them until I started writing this. So, when I’m telling you, you don’t want to miss this, I’m being serious. It’s so good! This is a 8k word short story–kinda like an extra scene for them, takes place one year after the epilogue in the book. I’m sending this out to my newsletter subscribers…

  • Signed Paperback Giveaway

    May 22, 2019

    Hi! It’s been almost two weeks now since Marriage For One has been released and it has reached Top 20 on Amazon. Have you read it? Are you planning on reading it? Or did you add it to your TBR on Goodreads and you’re planning to get to it later? Tell me all the things. I wanted to let you know that I’m doing a signed paperback giveaway on Goodreads for Marriage For One. It’s the first one I ever did on there! I’m excited because the paperback for Marriage For…

  • A New Standalone – Marriage For One

    May 4, 2019

    It’s been a little bit over a year now since I’ve published a new novel, so that means I’m ready for you guys to meet the two characters I’ve been so in love with for quite some time now. In case you don’t follow me on social media, Marriage For One is a standalone Contemporary Romance, and it’s a slow burn–just like all my other books. If you enjoy my stories, I’m hoping you’ll enjoy this one just as much, if not more. The trope is Marriage of Convenience, which is…

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