They say having friends set you up is a great way to find love, though I imagine love can find you almost anywhere. But if there’s already a spark between two people, there’s nothing as cute as friends pulling for you (more or less) behind your back to give a sexy new love a chance to bloom – especially in a romantic story. Continue reading “Everyone needs friends – especially friends who gently aid and assist a sexy love story”
She’s out! She’s live. Here’s to focus and changed behaviors in 2019. I am so proud of myself. Two books in the span of a few months. Yes, I am patting myself on the back. I wanted to bring you more content, and I am! Go me! LOL
Seriously, I really hope you enjoy this book. I’m good for writing about families of characters – duh series – but I’ve stumbled upon a good crew here. You’ll even see some familiar names from some of my other books.
Hey y’all. This will be the last snippet for “Kae and The Rage.” It should be live in a few days. I’ll let you know when it is. Starting next week, we delve into all things romantic and Asian with the first snippet from my K-pop/Asian Series.
Now, last week Billy decided to make a rather unwanted call. Let’s see what happens next… Lemme know what you think, and thank you for reading. I hope you guys like the book! These characters are so cute and sweet it seriously makes my teeth hurt. LOL Continue reading “Joke: A pop star hears the doorbell ring. She gets her gun. Her boy friend says, “What’re you doing! It’s just the weed man.””
Hey y’all. Here’s another snippet from my upcoming young adult romance “Kae and The Rage” out this month. This picks up where last week’s blog left off. Let me know what you think!
So, Billy played. There was a model, a funny blond with huge brown eyes and dark, thick brows. She had a mouth like candy and a throat like rubber. They had a lot of fun for a few months, but she had a wandering eye too, and his interest waned when hers did, though she professed an interest in sticking around. Continue reading “No matter who Billy dated, it was never Kae, so it was never right.”