It has been too long since I posted anything but new releases, so sorry about that. Life has been pretty hectic right now. In some sad news, I lost a pet, and I was so damn heartbroken about that, I really just got stuck into my work to help deal with the pain. Also, my muse has been working me hard. I mean, every time I finish one story, I have ideas for two more, sometimes more. So, been in some serious writing caves.
I want to say a big thank you to everyone for their love and support, and especially their kind words about Fat and Bully No More. These books mean so much to me, and they were the kind of books I had to put everything else on hold to write. 🙂
How has everyone been? I do try to get on here as much as possible.
I do have a question. If you had to chose between, The Owners, Cape Falls, The Sinclair Men, or any of my other unfinished series, which one would you want the most?
Finishing up with, COVER ART!!!!!
I love Jay Aheer. She is a fantastic cover artist.
Every element of her life, even before she was born, Blake Carson had failed. She wasn’t a boy, she wasn’t pretty, she didn’t fit in, she was ugly. That was what she believed. All of her faults made her ugly.
Then he came along. Logan Black has seen ugly head on, and lived to tell the tale. Moving to West County, he did so to get away from his father, and the pain of the past. He never expected to meet his future, but there she sat in the cafeteria at school, accepting everyone’s judgement, and worse, she believed them.
She wasn’t ugly.
She hadn’t failed, and Logan was about to show her another way.
He was determined to be her friend.
When a fight brings his father to town, Logan runs, taking Blake with him. Together on the road, their relationship takes a dramatic turn.
They can’t run forever, and when an accident leaves them no choice, they have to head home, and to the consequences of what they did. Can love survive the real ugly in the world?