My muse has been working me hard just lately lol. So sorry for all of the releases. I’ve had all of these ideas, and I just had to get them out. I wanted to say a big thank you for all of your wonderful reviews, comments, and messages with regards to Fat Mate. Hearing your feedback is the best feeling in the world.
Fat Mate was a book that was hard to write as I took some of my own thoughts, my own feelings especially when it comes to image. I’m a big girl, full-figured, and have been all my life. Names have followed me everywhere, and within my books I can give my heroines the chance to stand up. I hope I didn’t upset or offend anyone, as that was not my intention. It’s also not my intention with Chubby Chaser, which is scheduled for release July 24th. I hope you like the cover.
The first time Cole saw Elena was at the tender age of eight. He knew then that she was the love of his life. Cole was always looking out for Elena, and with his obsession came the name that he was teased with, chubby chaser. Everything is fighting against him, but when Elena loses her job at the library, Cole sees his chance to finally make her his.
Cole was the popular guy in school, and now he’s the real handyman who owns the local DIY story. Elena is accident prone, but at least she gets to have sneak peeks at her boss. He’s the silent, brooding type, but that is okay for her. She loves to talk, or at least when she’s nervous, she can talk the house down.
Never did she expect Cole to ask her out on a date, or for that date to go from bad, to worse, to the best pleasure she has ever known. Finding out that Cole was called a Chubby Chaser isn’t comforting news to Elena, but then, she doesn’t care. She’s been comfortable in her curves, and neither of them are in high school anymore.
Now that Cole has her, he’s not letting go. She will belong to him in every way that counts.
In Other News
Did you enjoy, Fat, Bully No More, and Ugly? If so, you can now have them in one paperback.
**3 Books in 1** FAT: Elsa Quinn has been bullied for being fat all her life. On the start of her new year of school, she makes a decision. She is going to lose weight. Elsa joins a gym out of town to ensure it’s top secret. Noah Stewart lives for exercise. When he wants to relax, he works out, pumps weights, and runs to clear his head. After an embarrassing scene by his crazed ex, Noah decides to exercise in a gym a town over. When he meets Elsa, it seems too good to be true. He can’t let her out of his life when he knows he can help her—even though she’s already perfect to him. Striking up a deal, he’ll help Elsa get in shape, and in return she will keep his new gym a secret. Day after day, week after week, it’s hard for Noah to not see how beautiful Elsa is. He’s struggling to keep his hands to himself, and when he finally claims her, he doesn’t want to keep it a secret. Noah wants the world to know Elsa belongs to him. What will happen when their peers find out? Will Elsa be too scared to stay with Noah? Will he let her go when he sees what his ex does to her? BULLY NO MORE: Fat. Cow. Chubby. Chunky. Those were just a few names Kurt had called her growing up. He was her bully, and he didn’t care. One chemistry assignment changed everything. Kim refused to give in to him, so he had no choice but to leave. Ten years later, Kim’s stubbornness gives him the chance to show her that he’s no longer her bully. Kim didn’t like asking for help, but Kurt made an offer she couldn’t refuse. She didn’t want to be the girl that fell for the man who hurt her. She was stronger than that. Kurt was not that guy anymore, and no matter how much she tried to fight the boy, this was a man. Can two complete opposites find love? Can Kurt prove that he’s no longer a bully, and is in fact the perfect guy for her? Will Kim take that chance? UGLY: In every element of her life, even before she was born, Blake Carson has failed. She isn’t a boy, she isn’t pretty, she doesn’t fit in—she is ugly. That is what she believes. All of her faults make her ugly. Then he comes along. Logan Black has met ugly head on, and lived to tell the tale. Now he has moved to West County, to get away from both his father and the pain of the past. He never expected to meet his future, but there she sits in the cafeteria at school, accepting everyone’s judgment, and worse, believing them. But Logan knows she isn’t ugly. She isn’t a failure, and he is about to show her another way. He is determined to be her friend—and more. Then a fight brings his father to town, and Logan runs, taking Blake with him. But they can’t run forever, and when an accident leaves them no choice, they have to head home and face the consequences of what they did. Can their love survive the real ugly in the world?