Madeleine Beckett is a born and bred Hoosier who still lives in Indy with her hunky high school sweetheart, gorgeous son, and house full of yapping dogs.
Maddie’s love of books came at an early age. Her parents were evil and deprived her of a television; therefore, books became her obsession. She found that she could curl up with someone’s words and be exported to another world; places dreamed up from the most creative imaginations. She could be a princess, ride a broom, jettison to the moon. Anything was possible when she held a collection of words in her hands.
As a child, she dreamed of becoming a famous author. She secretly hid a notebook under her twin bed and every night, she would put ink to paper, wishing desperately to write stories of fairies and far away lands with perfect Prince Charming’s and never-ending happily ever afters. But all she ended up with were doodles scribbled across a page.
Many years later, that old desire resurrected itself again and one day she touched fingertips to a keyboard and a story was born. She found her love and passion that day and has typed so many words since then that she’s blown up three laptops and has smoke coming out of her fourth.
Maddie loves laughing, hot pink lipstick, and Krispy Kreme donuts. She once, on a dare, ate an entire dozen in one sitting.
If you want to blab with her or get hints at what she’s typing next, you can find her on Facebook, Twitter, or her blog.
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Color of Forgiveness
by Madeleine Beckett
When Myra and Dylan’s new, fragile relationship is put to the ultimate test, can it survive memories and ghosts from the past? Is it possible that Myra could be the key to Dylan’s own healing and forgiveness? With so many obstacles in their way, can they forgive themselves and each other and build a future together? Find out in this final installment of the Color series.
Color of Loneliness
by Madeleine Beckett
When Myra Sommers’ grandfather dies, she inherits his possibly haunted house in the small town of Nyssa, Oregon. She hires gruff contractor Dylan Lawson to repair it. As he begins work on the house, Myra discovers that the sexy tool man is hiding almost as many secrets as her new home.
Will she fall in love with the man she finds beneath the tough outer shell? Or will his past tear them apart?
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