Janise N. Smith is an author of contemporary fiction, a freelance writer and editor, and a word puzzle designer. She lives in Georgia with her husband Gregory. She also publishes contemporary romance under the name J. Nicole Parker.
Restoration House is more than just a homeless shelter-- it's a place that changes lives forever. Diane's toughest challenge becomes helping her son battle depression while trying to keep her family from falling apart. Jonathan comes to the rescue of a young woman, and she soon becomes his rescuer as well. Tangie must choose between her family or her desire to avenge her mother's death.
A brand new SUV, a set of keys and a petty thief. Tower can't resist temptation when he illegally claims his dream vehicle and drives off into the night, only to get carjacked. The nightmare continues when he and the carjacker are followed by the police, and Tower has to decide which of the two he's more afraid of . . .
There's no escaping. The music is blaring, the beat pulsates throughout the building and no one can sit still. The lyrics are suggestive and provide images to be imitated on and off the dance floor. It's easy to get lost in the rhythm, caught up in the groove, and lured into the seduction of the dance . . .
Simone Bradley knows there has to be more to life than heartache. Determined to get past her abandonment and rejection issues caused by her absentee father, Simone leaves everything and everyone behind. She creates her own adventure by moving to another state, changing her name and attitude in attempt to start over. She soon falls back into the same destructive pattern and is forced to change.