• Marked Sneak Peek

    Chapter One: Marked I’m a big fat coward. I’ve known this about myself definitively since one month before my sixth birthday. The night I lost my dad. Case in point: I’m just shy of seventeen. I’ve been in love with the same guy for almost three years. Even though I see Wesley a few times

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  • Finding Faith Sneak Peek

    Finding Faith Chapter One Preview By the time my friends turned seven, not a single one of them actually believed in Santa. Ironically, that’s the year my faith in the big guy began. I was skeptical from the start. A fat, bearded man shoots down chimneys or climbs through windows to deliver presents to lots

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  • Displaced Sneak Peek

    Chapter One: Displaced My mom should have killed me the day I was born. In her nearly nine-hundred-year reign as the Empress of the First Family, sparing my life seventeen years ago was her single act of mercy. Evians around the world refer to me as “Enora’s Folly.” It’s no wonder I’m fatally flawed, a

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  • YA Romantic Suspense

    Already Gone Lacy Shelton and her sister Hope couldn’t be more different, despite being less than a year apart in age. Lacy is captain of the debate team, poised to be Valedictorian of the high school and waiting for an admission letter from Yale any day. Hope is captain of the swim team, but will

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  • Where I got my start

    I wrote my first novel in 2003. It was amazing, beautiful, creative, unique… and terrible.  I didn’t realize that for quite some time, sadly, and I tried to query agents with it. I received enough rejections I could have fashioned them into a respectable doorstop. At that time, queries were still sent out via US

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  • Sins of Our Ancestors Series

    Marked, book 1 If one touch can infect. . . then a kiss is deadly.  All Ruby Behl wants for her seventeenth birthday is a good career path match, and to kiss her best friend and long time crush, Wesley Fairchild. Unfortunately, the simplicity of teenage wishes evaporated a decade ago when the Tercera virus

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  • Birthright Series

    Displaced, book 1 My mom should have killed me the day I was born. Being a twin complicates the Evian line of succession, but Chancery Alamecha is fine letting Judica inherit the throne. After all, she’s the stronger sister—the merciless fighter, the ruthless politician, and the groomed heir. But something unexpected happens when Chancery tries

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  • The Finding Home Series

    Finding Faith, Book One Like mother like daughter? Mary sure hopes not. Two decades ago, Mary’s mom walked out. A few days later, her dad started drinking. He never stopped. Mary swore off alcohol. She also decided she’d never have kids, just in case she took after her parents. A year ago, Mary’s boyfriend dumped

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