To celebrate the final days of summer, I’ve put my baby, TWISTED, on sale! Not just “on sale”, but for free! This means you can get this complete novel (all 99,000 words of it) for zero pennies, the price of nothing, for FREE!!! If you’re into friends-with-benefits, friends to lovers, new adult sass, and/or romances with a paranormal twist, then I have a feeling you will enjoy this story.
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What readers are saying about Twisted.
Readers are calling this story sexy, entertaining and easy to read. The characters are a little crazy, but who isn’t? There’s never a dull moment in the Twisted Trilogy.
Check out that Amazon Best Sellers Rank!
Pet Peeve #1: Reading Books Out of Order
There’s nothing worse than really getting into a story only to learn that it wasn’t the first book in the series. Of course, since you love it so much, you’re bound and determined to read the first book and so you buy it and it’s okay. But I’m sorry to say, it’s just not the same. Especially in romances. It stands true for me to this day. I’ve picked up book number two in a series on a number of occasions and to date I’ve loved the second more than the first.
I don’t know what it is, and maybe it’s just me, but I seem to fall in love with characters in a sequence, just the way the author intends for me to. By already reading the first set of characters in the next book, I’m already privy to the dynamic of their relationship and I think it steals the nostalgia of their first meeting. The respect for their journey seems to get lost somewhere along the way, since I already know what the end result will be.
Now, I know that a romance is a romance, and (more…)
Good advice for writers to live by.
***18+ Only PLEASE***
Edwin is back…
I OPENED MY EYES and stretched my arms out over my head, drawing in a long breath to relieve myself from my alarming dream, which I faintly recalled but desperately wanted to remember. I could hear running water and figured Edwin was in the shower. For that I was grateful. He had been the object of my dream that had left me breathless and overwhelmed with a fresh lack of clarity.
I squeezed my shut and strained to remember the dream that had felt so real only moments earlier. Bits and pieces started to come back to me in vivid colour.
Tropical waves crashed the white sand shore, the bright sunshine warming my skin while the fresh morning air teased through my hair. There were endless views of tree-covered mountains, ridiculously grand rocks and crystal blue waters. All that was fine and great, but what tripped me up was that Edwin was there with me. We were isolated on a secluded island and I was completely happy.
I wore nothing but flowered bikini bottoms. Edwin wore fitted, white swim trunks, that contrasted against his dark, tanned flesh. He pulled me into his arms and so tenderly kissed my exposed neck and chest. His hands gently cupped and caressed my breasts, leaving me aching with a need so deep I could feel it in my bones.
Every touch scorched my senses and I wasn’t hiding my attraction to him, running my fingers through his hair and digging my nails into his back as our kiss became more heated and necessary. Edwin lowered me onto a large, white lounger with an overhang that blocked our half-naked bodies from the harsh morning sunrays. (more…)
This is my 5 Star review of I’m With You by Glenna Maynard.
Gripping romance with a paranormal twist; my fav. Cutter is my man. He gives Bella exactly what she needs to help her cope with her depression after watching her sort-of boyfriend fall to his death. Add to that her boyfriend has a twin brother and you just know there is going to be trouble.
The emotions in this story go way beyond the mental anguish one suffers when dealing with a sudden death. It delves deeper into Bella’s mind, sharing her innermost fears and feelings, and exposing her tendencies to injure herself physically. She blames herself for the death of Harlan and cuts herself intentionally in an attempt to bleed out the guilt, release the poison surrounding her heart and to make her feel something for a change; anything.
Cutter makes her feel in a whole new way. I loved that. (more…)
I’ve been really busy lately, but I’m still here, in case you started to worry. 😉
Just yesterday I finished my first edit of A Twist of Fate, book 3 in The Twisted Trilogy!! Exciting, right? I thought so too, until I got to my epilogue, which I came to realize was only a small collection of thoughts and not written out at all. In other words, what I had planned out in my head, had never actually made it to paper and I found myself struggling to find the right words to make it as fabulous as I know it can be. I was even satisfied with it all when I was done putting it to paper, except for one very important issue that has been gnawing away at my progress.
When it came to the final words of the hero, the winner of the love triangle, being the very last line of The Twisted Trilogy, he wouldn’t spit out the right thing!! I’m even finding it difficult to get back to my imaginary movie theatre (aka dreamland) to find my muse and make him tell me the words he’s going to say. I’m not a very patient girl. I threw something together and it’s pretty good, but I refuse to settle for pretty good!! This line has to been the best damn line he’s spewed throughout this entire story, if you ask me. I want it to be everything. I’m still working on that. (more…)