I have lived in the country all my life and have always loved it. When my chores were done I’d read, and oh how I loved reading romance novels. One day after I finished reading a book that wasn’t all that good, I thought, I can write a better book than that! So I decided to try my hand at writing. When I got my first computer, I’d stay up until all hours of the night, turning my daydreams into novels. When I write, I become a part of the story I’m working on. When I’m finished with that book, it’s like saying goodbye to a dear old friend and moving on to a new one. It’s been my dream since I completed my first novel to be published, and share my work with you. My wish is that someday, one of my “dear old friends” will become a best seller! When anyone asks me what it takes to write a book, I always tell them, “a good imagination and spell check!” I hope you enjoy reading my books as much as I’ve enjoyed writing them. A good book is like going on a vacation, while never leaving your home. If you enjoyed my books, please come back and rate it along with leave a review.
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by J Burk
Published: January 6, 2013.
Ian McKnight has been working for a law firm in New York for close to six years. The firm has decided to open a branch office near the small rural southern town Ian grew up in and they want him to run it. Ian wondered whatever happened to his teenage buddy Bobby Williams. Memories of Bobby brought back buried memories of his sister. The only woman he had ever loved, all those years ago.
Romancing In The Rain
by J Burk
Since Miranda’s divorce she has lived with her sister and brother in-law. A year later she still can't find a job. There’s nothing left in Ohio for her but broken dreams. Her dear friend and ex sister in-law lives in South Carolina and suggests that Miranda looks for job in her area. Miranda applies for a job as a live-in housekeeper, little does she know it will change her life forever.
by J Burk
Jessie lost both her parents when she was just a teenager. Her ten brothers made a promise that they would always be there for her. When Jessie became pregnant at the tender age of seventeen, her brothers forced the father of the baby to marry her. None of her brothers had an inkling that he would physically and mentally abuse her for years to come.
Approximately 557 pages
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