Tuesday, February 9, 2016

"In Love with My Brother's Best Friend, Part 3"


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I thought we were going to make it. We were almost there. It was like I could feel the end right at my fingertips. We'd made it through the wedding and the reception. All we had to do was help my mom clean before making our escape. 


Then it happened. 

Jackson was the one that snapped. I was surprised. 

It all happened so fast. When my mouth opened, I couldn't stop it. 

I made myself look pathetic and took Jackson down with me. 

I'd confessed to having a fake boyfriend as well as sleeping with my brother's best friend. 

It was wrong. I knew it was. I felt horrible as soon as I'd done it, but there was no taking it back. 


I got out of there as fast as I could. There was no way I wanted to face my family. The more I thought about it, the worse I felt. I knew that I was flying home the next day, but Jackson would be left to deal with my brother and the only family he'd ever really cared about. Deep down I knew that he needed them, and there was a huge possibility that I'd taken them away from him. 

I picked up my phone to see a ton of messages and calls. It was no surprise that they had all come from my brother. If I could get through a call with him and lunch the following day with my parents, I'd be able to run as fast as I could back to my life and leave it all behind me. I knew once I left, I wouldn't be back. 

By the time I hung up with my brother, I was more hurt than I had been before. 

It was one thing to think I wasn't memorable or good enough for HIM to keep me around. It was a totally different thing to be used just to prove a point. 

I was on a mission, and I wasn't leaving without facing HIM and getting the answers I deserved. 

That was the plan anyway. 

Of course, nothing could ever be that easy when it came to Jackson.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Coming February 9th. "In Love with My Brother's Best Friend" Part 3

In Love with My Brother's Best Friend, Part 3

will be available February 9th.

Pre-order is available for $0.99



I thought we were going to make it. We were almost there. It was like I could feel the end right at my fingertips. We'd made it through the wedding and the reception. All we had to do was help my mom clean before making our escape. 


Then it happened. 

Jackson was the one that snapped. I was surprised. 

It all happened so fast. When my mouth opened, I couldn't stop it. 

I made myself look pathetic and took Jackson down with me. 

I'd confessed to having a fake boyfriend as well as sleeping with my brother's best friend. 

It was wrong. I knew it was. I felt horrible as soon as I'd done it, but there was no taking it back. 


I got out of there as fast as I could. There was no way I wanted to face my family. The more I thought about it, the worse I felt. I knew that I was flying home the next day, but Jackson would be left to deal with my brother and the only family he'd ever really cared about. Deep down I knew that he needed them, and there was a huge possibility that I'd taken them away from him. 

I picked up my phone to see a ton of messages and calls. It was no surprise that they had all come from my brother. If I could get through a call with him and lunch the following day with my parents, I'd be able to run as fast as I could back to my life and leave it all behind me. I knew once I left, I wouldn't be back. 

By the time I hung up with my brother, I was more hurt than I had been before. 

It was one thing to think I wasn't memorable or good enough for HIM to keep me around. It was a totally different thing to be used just to prove a point. 

I was on a mission, and I wasn't leaving without facing HIM and getting the answers I deserved. 

That was the plan anyway. 

Of course, nothing could ever be that easy when it came to Jackson.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

"In Love with My Brother's Best Friend" Part 2 is now available


"In Love with My Brother's Best Friend" Part 2


is available for $0.99 and FREE through Kindle Unlimited




He stood in front of me looking sexier than I ever remembered him being. She stood next to him with pride in all of her perfectness. All I could focus on was his hand on her back. It came out of my mouth without even thinking. 

“Jackson,” I said. “This is my boyfriend Chris.” 

There was no way I was going to let him think I was single. I couldn't do it. He didn't need to know just how much that one night with him had impacted my life or that ten years later, he was still the only man I thought about. 

I could feel my best friend's eyes on me and knew I was in trouble. That would have to wait. I had to focus on getting through the rehearsal and dinner with my family and HIM. 

It wasn't as easy as I thought it was going to be. The tension was mounting, and I wasn't sure we were going to make it through without one of us losing it. 

All we had to do was get through the wedding. 

How hard could it be? 

I should have know that nothing was that easy when it came to HIM. 

Part 3 will be available February 9th.



Monday, January 4, 2016

"In Love with My Brother's Best Friend" Part 1 is available

"In Love with My Brother's Best Friend" Part 1 is available
for only $0.99
and free through Kindle Unlimited.




I had just gotten home from spending a few days with two of best friends in Vegas. All I wanted was a little time to relax and rejuvenate before going to work the following day. I'd just set my bags down, closed my door, and fell onto my couch when my phone rang. 

I should have known it was my big brother. That was always a joke with him. We were twins, and he was minutes older than me. He'd been protecting and hovering over me my entire life. Of course he'd call to make sure I was home safe and in one piece. He was a thousand miles away, but it never felt like it. 

When he announced that he was getting married, I was surprised. They had only known each other for about a year. What he said next shocked me even more. They were getting married in two weeks, and he wanted me to be in the wedding. 

I hadn't been home for more than a moment in over ten years. He'd come to visit me plenty of times, and he'd even brought her with him. No matter what was happening, I'd always found a way out of going home. His wedding was the exception. My brother was getting married, and I needed to be there. 


There was only one problem. 

His name was Jackson, but I called him Jackie. 

He was my brother's best friend and the reason I'd been running for so long. 

Could I do it? Could I face him after all those years? 

I didn't have a choice. I knew I had to go, but I didn't have to do it alone. 


I talked one of my best friends into going with me. His name was Chris. I promised him a weekend of fun on the beach with all expenses paid. 

That all changed the moment I saw HIM. I did the only thing I could think of and hoped it wasn't going to blow up in my face. 

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Built for Love (Bachelor Billionaire #5) New Release and Sale

"Built for Love"
Bachelor Billionaire #5

is available for only $0.99 and FREE through Kindle Unlimited
for a limited time.



Heath was a gorgeous builder. He'd been passionate about building since he was a child. The home he lived in was built by his hands alone. He was awesome at what he did and was always able to keep his clients happy. 

Tara was a writer and mother of two who had just moved her and her boys into what used to be their family's summer home. She hired Heath's company to make some changes and update her home. 

Within hours of his first meeting with Tara, Heath knew in the back of his mind that he needed to turn down the job. The team that would be working on it had no other jobs scheduled for months, and he didn't want them to have to collect unemployment. He was sure he could use his charm and amazing personality to please Tara and turn her into a happy and satisfied client. He was more than willing to do whatever she wanted with the house. There was only one problem. Tara had no idea what that was, and Heath found himself getting more aggravated by the minute. 

When Heath showed up at his friend Becky's baby shower, he couldn't believe his eyes when he saw Tara standing with his best friend Lisa. 

He wasn't surprised when he received a text from Tara after the shower, but he was shocked when she said that she was letting his company go. Something didn't feel right about the situation, and Heath wasn't walking away that easily. 

When he showed up at the house to find all of the work his team had done completely trashed, he was pissed beyond belief. No matter how many times she told him he needed to give up and move on, he wasn't willing to do it. She was friends with his best friend, and he was going to help her. 

The more time they spent together, the more both of their lives changed. 

When her house was finally finished and it was time to part ways, could they both walk away, or would the connection they built be more than either of them could live without? 

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Sunday, September 20, 2015

A Blast from the Past Teaser

A Blast from the Past



Twenty Years Earlier

Olivia

It was a day I would never forget for the rest of my life. The trees were blowing and clouds filled the sky. I woke up to the sound of a door slamming outside. Summer had just started. You would think I would've been excited, but I wasn't. I liked school and didn't want to be home for three months. It was one of the only places I was able to get away from home and be myself. Our town was pretty small, and everyone knew each other. I had a couple of friends at school, but my dad didn't let me have people over. Summer was pretty boring for me.

The couple that lived next door to me had just moved out. They were old and said it was too cold for them. I think my mom said they were going to Florida. When I heard a second car door slam, I was afraid to look. Who was moving in, I wondered? Was it more old people, or was it a bunch of bratty kids? I had just turned fourteen and was going to start high school in the fall. There was no way I wanted a bunch of tiny ones running around. It would be so loud. When I heard a third car door close, I knew I had to look.

I moved to my window and opened my shade the rest of the way. When I looked over and saw him, my mouth dropped open wide. He was the cutest boy I had ever seen. How old was he, I wondered? He was taller than me, but that didn't mean anything. I was pretty short compared to the other kids my age. He had short, dark hair. I saw a man and a woman with him. There weren't many cute boys in our town. I had lived there my whole life, so I knew all of the other kids.

The boy walked up to the front porch and shook his head. I watched him look up at my window before he sat down on the top step hanging his head down. What was he like, I wondered? There were a million things running wild through my mind. He could be smart, athletic, quiet, loud, nerdy, mean, nice, or sarcastic. Maybe he didn't want to live there. Parents made all the decisions for us. I didn't want him to feel alone. That was a horrible feeling. His mom walked out and said something to him. He got up, shook his head, and walked into the house.

The next morning, I looked out my window and saw him sitting against a tree with his head in his arms. I wanted to know why he seemed so sad. That was a feeling I knew well sometimes. I knew how guys could be, and I knew I needed to appear confident and in charge. I wasn't sure what I was dealing with and didn't want to end up being bossed around by some boy. I threw some clothes on, brushed my teeth, grabbed some flip-flops, and threw my hair up quickly, as I took off out the door. It was time to welcome him and let him know he was in my territory.

I knew he didn't hear me coming, and when he looked up, I almost stumbled. He was even cuter up close.

"My name's Olivia," I mumbled.

Nice going, I thought. That wasn't confident at all. He put his head back down in his arms without a word. I let out a huff. He was being rude.

"Do you have a name?" I asked.

"Zander," he answered from under his arms.

I leaned down in front of him.

"How old are you?" I asked.

"I'm fourteen," he said, as he lifted his head.

"What's your problem?" I asked.

"I didn't want to come here. My dad made us move. He took a stupid job here. I'm not staying any longer than I have to. As soon as I turn eighteen, I'm going back to New York."

"Come with me," I said, as I reached out my hand.

He rolled his eyes, and I shook my hand in his face. I heard him huff as he grabbed my hand and stood.

I took him to my spot. It was in the woods behind our houses. I was taking him to the one place I could think and get away from everything, and I hoped it wasn't something I would regret.

"It's not so bad here. I've lived here my whole life. You could at least give it a chance. This is my spot. My parents never come out here. You can come out here by yourself if you want."

He let out a laugh. I had chairs and a table set up. There were a couple of plastic boxes with books and other things in them.

"This is where you hang out," he said with a shake of his head. "Is this your idea of fun?"

"No," I snapped. "I don't like being in the house when my dad gets home from work. He's mean to my mom, and sometimes, he's mean to me. It's my place to be alone without either of them."

"I don't get along with my dad either," he said. "He's too busy telling me what I need to do. Nothing I do is ever right in his eyes."

We sat out there talking for hours. I heard a woman calling his name, and he stood up and looked down at me.

"You coming out here tomorrow, Livie?" he asked.

I narrowed my eyes at him.

"Olivia," I snapped with my face scrunched in disgust.

"Whatever," he said.

"I am," I said. "I come out here every day."

"I'll see you tomorrow then, Livie," he said.

I knew in that moment we were going to be friends, even if he was the most irritating boy I had ever met.

When I stood up, I walked over with a smile, ruffled his hair, and cocked my head to the side.

"You're not so bad. I'm going to marry you one day," I said with a huge smile.

I could be irritating too.

"What?" he yelled out, as I walked away.

"See you tomorrow, Z," I called back at him from over my shoulder.

Summer wasn't going to be so bad after all, I thought.