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My name is Adrienne D'nelle Ruvalcaba. I was born and raised in Southeast Texas. After high school, I joined the U.S. Army and served four years at Fort Campbell, KY. During my time there, I married a fellow soldier and had two children. Following my years in the service, I ended up as a single parent. After setting out on my own with my two children, I enrolled in the Engineering program at Southern Illinois University.
While at SIU, I completed my bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in structural analysis. Also while at SIU, I was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. This diagnosis significantly changed my life. Since the onset of this disease, I have learned a lot about those around me and even more about myself. Due to some serious and sobering complications, my health has declined in recent years. I am no longer able to spend time outside with my children, or do many of the things that I used to take for granted. I'm in my early 30's, but most of the time I feel decades older. After a few years of struggling to accept this illness as a part of my life, I've finally come to a more peaceful place. The most important thing I've learned while dealing with this devastating and serious disease is that it does not define who I am.
I've been writing since grade school, and I often take solace in the world I create in my imagination. Most of what I write is romantic fiction, meant purely for emotional fulfillment, enjoyment, and sweet escapism. Real life is difficult enough, and I believe we all need a little break from it sometimes.
on July 29, 2015 :
I forgot to add the stars
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
on July 29, 2015 :
This book was filled with twists and turns. It had more action than your average romance, and I enjoyed every part of the story. The characters are larger than life, vivid, and lovable. I recommend this book for anyone who loves romance, action, and suspense.
(reviewed 13 months after purchase)
on July 28, 2015 :
I read the first book The Officer's Wife and was panting for the follow-up book, The Prostitute's Daughter. When I finally got my hands on it, I did not want to put it down. The words kept me captive and each page was like an adventure. I wanted love to win! When it seemed as if all the struggles would block love I yelled nooooooo but rushed to keep reading. I needed to know it would be a passionate finish.
(reviewed the day of purchase)