Lisa M. Harley
I grew up in a really small town in Missouri. Very similar to the fictional towns I write about. I moved to the big city right after I graduated. I work full-time and I am mom to a beautiful little girl.
I started writing in October 2012 when a group I am a member of had a prologue contest. I didn't win the contest, but everyone who read my prologue asked for more of my story. I decided I had to finish it and get these characters that were in my head out on paper. During the writing process it became clear that these characters had a lot to say. So I realized my story was really a series:
The Destined Series
Destined to Change (Available Now)
Destined to Succeed (Available Now)
Destined to Forgive (Coming Fall 2013)
Destined to Rock (Coming Winter 2013)
Destined to Overcome (Coming Early 2014)
I am a really boring person, so this bio is super short! This is really about all there is to know about me. Sad, isn't it. lol
I love music and honestly couldn't write without my Spotify playlist. I am kinda obsessed with frogs (not real ones) and office supplies are my downfall! I could spend my whole paycheck at the stationery store...boring, didn't I already say that? lol
Also, I am slightly addicted to Facebook and Voxer. Please message me on either one...I would love to hear from ya'll.
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by Lisa M. Harley
Approx. 96,690 words.
Published on September 26, 2013.
In Four Letters you’ll learn all about three couples...
Sterling and Skye, Asher and Lilly, and Tanner and Adlee.
Read Four Letters to see how all these lives are intertwined.
Destined to Succeed
by Lisa M. Harley
Series: Destined, Book 2.
Approx. 93,290 words.
Published on June 8, 2013.
What would you do if what you worked your entire life to build was suddenly destroyed?
Cade Walker is a cowboy Casanova. He’s cocky and he doesn’t care who knows it. He was raised on Walker Ranch and was destined to one day take it over. What he didn’t know was how soon that would happen. After his parents are killed in a car accident he is thrust into becoming a responsible adult. Well, sort of.
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