I've been telling stories since I was old enough to talk. My readers find themselves in a world which centers on romance but with a twist, as the love grows in the midst of extreme crisis. I write for those who have been knocked down a few times by life and may or may not have recovered yet. This stress opens them up to people they would not ordinarily include in their inner circles and changes forever the tapestry of love and the way they think and feel about life. My tales take place in a near-psychotic state, or perhaps profoundly neurotic, a condition which allows for a spiritual dimension to enter, wherein invisible forces which normally run smoothly in the background begin to bubble through the cracks in their psyches. My people perceive these forces as perhaps a divine intervention of sorts, something to be added to their arsenal to deal with the conflicts. Under the twin pressure of immediate external stress and the infusion of newfound spirituality from within my heroes and heroines must change and become someone newly capable of creating a new life going forward.
A woman undergoes a nasty divorce and finds herself experiencing suicidal depression and panic attacks. She desperately seeks relief in the arms of a younger man and gets a lot more than she bargained for.
A single woman goes into hiding after she is attacked by a thug, but finds herself the target of assassination when she discovers he has tracked her down. Struggling with PTSD and panic attacks, she must find a way to pull herself together and fight back.
A lonely woman is given a death sentence of pancreatic cancer. She decides not to fight it but her best friend has other ideas, including an impulsive offer to marry and take one last wild ride through life.
A frightened woman leaves her abusive husband only to find he now intends to kill her. In spite of this, she feels the need to go back to him. Her friends, however, have other ideas, including a fresh romance and a wicked revenge plot.