Jannie started writing because she couldn’t help herself. She needed to get some of the many stories trapped inside her head out. That was her excuse then, and it’s her excuse now. A mixture of a healthy imagination and difficulties getting the words out of her mouth made writing her outlet, and since 2008 she’s been fortunate enough to publish some of the many words she types.
When she’s not writing–or thinking about writing, which takes up most hours of the day–she manages to squeeze in some running, photography, and various creative pastimes.
Cameron left town and the woman he loved to become a star. He returns only with lies.
Skye was left behind with only a shattered dream to call her own. Now she’s living it.
Can love be rekindled on a foundation of lies?
It’s instant attraction when new neighbors Jake and Olivia meet. They’re just not sure they like each other. Opposites in so many ways, they skip from barely being able to have a normal conversation to setting fire to the sheets. The boundaries they set are ignored from the first second, and none of them are certain they won’t fall over the edge they both fear.
Home from the war, Austin is plagued by dark thoughts. Fleur wants to help but soon discovers that loving a man who hates himself is hard. Both fighting inner battles, Fleur and Austin can’t also fight temptation. So they give into it. The result is not something either of them can live with, but they have very different solutions on how to fix the little four-letter problem called love.
Scott Sullivan is sent on an unpleasant trip down memory lane to secure a location for a client. He’s banking on using his talent and his charm to get the job done. Danielle Harris has worked hard to make her dream come true. She’s not about to let someone charm her out of it. Charm and temper, stubbornness and attraction. Scott and Danielle soon find themselves in trouble as sparks fly
Eve Quinn goes missing. Twenty-seven years later Clara Christensen is found. On her quest to find out who she is and where she comes from, Clara finds a new family and an old love. Trying to combine Clara and Eve, as well as living up to everyone’s expectations of who she should be is difficult. The new family doesn’t help. But the old love does.
Struggling to be a dad and a son, Alexander didn’t know he was lost. Living her dream, Sarah didn’t know she needed to be found. Enter cupid in the form of a dying man, who hasn’t had much contact with his children and grandchildren in the years after his wife’s death. In the meantime, however, a new family has formed around him.