I'm so excited to share the cover for my next book! With Every Breath is an emotional story of love and loss, releasing in November!
I'm thrilled to reveal the title for my next book, an all-new standalone romance! It's an emotional story will all the feels! Releasing later this fall.
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A monster-truck-loving curvy girl falls for her best friend's hot-as-hell frat boy brother in this enemies to lovers college romance!
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What happens when a fun and feisty monster-truck-loving girl falls for her best friend’s rich, preppy frat boy brother she’s hated since childhood?
Kinda Hate You releases today at Apple Books, Kobo, and B&N! It'll be taken off these retailers in a couple days so grab your copy now!
Kinda Hate You, my all-new standalone romance, releases in early August! It's an enemies to lovers story about Birdie and her best friend's brother, Cal. Birdie and Cal first appeared in Anyone But Her. You don't have to read that book to read this one but if you want to, it's available now!
KINDA HATE YOU
I’ve always hated Cal.
We fight constantly. Just the sight of him gets my blood boiling.
Problem is, I’m best friends with his sister so it’s hard to avoid him. And now we’re going to the same college.
He’s also giving me swimming lessons but I have no idea why. I swear he’s only doing it so he can drown me.
I really hate him.
I hate the smirk on his face.
I hate his gorgeous blue eyes. His dark tan. His muscular arms.
I hate the way my stomach flutters when he touches me in the pool.
And most of all? I hate that I’m starting to like him.
Me liking Cal? That was never supposed to happen.
Lucky Star, my all-new standalone romance, is now live! Meet Star and Corbin, an unlikely couple who meet in a very unexpected way. It’s fun, sexy, and full of drama!
Grab it now at Amazon.
Star’s never had good luck. Until the day she was hit by a car.
That was the day she met Corbin. Hot. Rich. A doctor. She thought guys like him only existed in dreams and yet Corbin is real. And he wants to date her! It seems her luck is finally changing for the better.
But good luck doesn’t always last. Just as Star and Corbin are growing closer, Corbin’s ex-girlfriend, Lauren, shows up and wants a relationship with him again. Corbin swears he’d never go back to her but Star isn’t sure she believes him, especially when she finds out why Lauren wants him back.
Star really believed Corbin was the one, but was it all too good to be true? Or will good luck find her again?
Luck. You either have it or you don’t. I don’t. But that might be starting to change, with the exception of my car which completely died this morning.
But I’m trying to look on the bright side. And on the bright side I’m starting a job today. A real job where I’ll finally make decent money. And I have my own apartment now. Well, it’s not mine. I live there with some guy and his girlfriend but at least I’m no longer living in my parents’ basement. I’m finally on my own, in a new city, with a new job.
So yeah, things are going well, except for the fact that I have to bike to work today. But hey, it’s good exercise, right? I’ve heard positive thinking leads to positive results so I figure if I keep looking on the bright side, my luck will keep changing for the better.
Something wet hits my face. I ignore it and keep riding my bike, a hand-me-down from my brother. It’s a blue ten speed that’s rusted because he always left it outside. I wasn’t going to move it here but at the last minute I decided to take it just in case my car gave out. Good thing I did or I might’ve missed my first day on the job, which could’ve meant losing the job, which can’t happen. I really need this job.
Another drop of wetness hits my face, then another. I glance up at the sky. It’s clouding over and getting dark. It better not rain. I’m wearing brand new black dress pants that ate up a good chunk of my pitiful savings.
A drop hits me right in the eye. It burns and stings and blurs my vision.
“Shit,” I mutter, blinking repeatedly as I pedal faster.
Thunder booms from above and the few drops of rain become a steady downpour.
“Seriously?” I yell at the sky as the thunder booms again. “You couldn’t give me a break today? Just one lousy break?”
I’m almost at work. If I’d left just a few minutes earlier I would’ve beat the storm but how was I to know it was going to rain? I don’t watch the weather.
My new pants are getting soaked and sticking to my legs. At least my blouse is covered by my jacket, but the sleeves are riding up as I grip the handlebars. I can already feel the water seeping up my arms. Damn! Why didn’t I leave earlier?
I’m approaching a stoplight and see the countdown on the walk button. It has eight seconds left. If I hurry I can make it across the street. The office is just a block away. I’m ten minutes early. I’ll get there, run to the restroom and use the hand dryer to dry my clothes.
I hunch down and pedal faster, my eyes focused on the countdown timer, which is now at five seconds. As I enter the intersection I’m hit by a force so strong it launches me from my bike. Thunder claps, and for a moment I think I might’ve been struck by lightning.
My body lands in the street with a thud, my head hitting hard against the wet pavement. I see stars, then my vision fades in and out. I hear yelling but it sounds distant, like an echo.
Cars start honking and I hear a man’s voice.
“Miss, are you okay?” he asks.
I feel him next to me but can’t see him. My eyes are closed. I feel like I’m falling asleep.
“Talk to me,” he says. “Tell me where it hurts.”
Pain shoots through my head and remains there, throbbing, getting worse by the second.
Cars start honking and someone yells, “Get out of the damn street!”
It’s followed by more honking and then someone yells, “She’s been hit!”
Voices start chattering all around me. I feel people there but can’t see them. My eyelids are heavy. Too heavy to open.
“Stay back,” the man beside me yells. I feel him covering me with something. Maybe a jacket?
It all seems to be happening in slow motion. It feels like I’m not really here. Like I’m just watching from afar. Am I dead?
“Miss, can you tell me where it hurts?” the man next to me asks, but I’m unable to answer. Instead I moan a little as my head falls to the side.
Warm strong hands slip under my neck and I hear the man again. “Don’t move. You don’t want to damage your spine.”
His hands move to the side of my head, holding it in place.
“I’m so sorry.” His voice is soft and steady but I can hear his concern. Why is he worried? What’s wrong with me? Am I dying?
“You’re going to be okay,” he says, which makes me wonder if I asked the question out loud. I don’t think I did. I can barely open my eyes so I doubt I was able to talk. “The ambulance is on its way.”
The man’s hand continues to hold my head in place while his other hand reaches down and wraps around mine. “I know you’re scared but I’m right here. I won’t leave you. I promise.” He lightly squeezes my hand. “Just stay with me, okay?”
My eyes try to flutter open but can’t. It’s like they’ve been weighted down.
“Stay with me,” I hear the man say as he clutches my hand. “They’re almost here.” I hear him exhale a long heavy breath. “God, I’m so sorry. I’m so, so sorry.”
Want to keep reading? Lucky Star is available now in ebook and paperback!
Release Date May 3
I’ve never had good luck.
Until the day I was hit by a car.
It was the worst day of my life. But also the best. Because it’s the day I met Corbin.
Dating a hot rich doctor is something I’ve only dreamed about and yet it happened. To me! I took it as a sign my bad luck was gone.
But then it returned. First it was Corbin’s family, who doesn’t think I’m good enough. Then his ex, who wants him back. And then? Something I never saw coming.
Was it all too good to be true? Or would luck find me again?