Winner of the Booksellers Best Award 2014! Waitress Abby Gray is about to discover knights in shining armor aren’t just for fairy tales. CHAPTER ONE “HEY, WHERE DO you think you’re going?”   Pudgy fingers gripped Abby’s wrist. She froze, hating herself for her reaction. “Let go of me, Warren,”she said.
Her ex-boyfriend shook his head. […]

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Read an article over the weekend that raised – in my mind – an interesting question regarding equality. Would you rather have Equality of Opportunity or Equality of Representation? Obviously in a perfect world, we would have both.  But if you had to prioritize one over the other in your fight for equality, which one […]

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I call this the little book that could. Weekend Agreement won the Golden Heart for best unpublished manuscript in 2007 and convinced Harlequin to take me on as a potential author. Later, with Entangled Publishing, it hit 101 overall on the Amazon Bestseller’s list. I love this book. Cynical billionaire Daniel Moretti works hard, plays […]

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Once upon a time, I had a really close friend.  She was one of the first people who “got” me, and as such I felt truly comfortable sharing my insecurities and fears with her. Then she dumped me.  Where once we emailed back and forth several times a day, my emails were suddenly ignored. It wasn’t […]

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For the past fourteen years, my mother’s had three wishes: — To die. — To die peacefully in her own home. — To not spend the last of her days in a nursing home. None of her wishes has come true. The sad thing about this isn’t that my mother is spending her days in […]

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THE HEART OF A HERO Helping people comes naturally to Zoe Hamilton—she has the advice column to prove it. All she wants this summer, though, is to lick her postdivorce wounds in peace. That’s fine by her surly-yet-handsome neighbor, ex-army captain Jake Meyers; he just wants to be left alone. Jake might believe his emotions […]

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I’ve developed a real liking for audio books over the past few years.  Back when I was making the weekly six hour drive to my mother’s house, things like podcasts and audio books made the trips fly by.  There, I was super excited when this year, for Christmas, Captain Pete bought me a copy of […]

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