USA Today Best Selling Author, J.L. Mac, is twenty-something years old and currently resides in El Paso, Texas, with her husband and children. She is a native Texan having been born and raised in Galveston, Texas. J.L. admittedly has had a long and sordid love affair with the written word and has loved every minute of it. She drinks too many glasses of wine on occasion, and says way too many swear words to be considered “lady-like.” J.L. spends her free time reading, writing, playing with her children and living her happily even after with her very own Prince Charming who she affectionately calls Tight Buns McHotness.
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It’s a well-known fact that single parenting doesn’t allow for much dating. Over the past nine years, Lindsay Fuller’s heart has been monopolized by her son, Trey, and she’s perfectly content with that.
But with her 30th birthday looming like a black cloud, Lindsay worries that her chances at a happily ever after are next to nil.
Sadie sets out on a healing journey without knowing that things will get far worse before they get better. Alexander McBride got a second chance—one that he didn’t necessarily want. The heart that once fell in love with her now resides in his chest
When twenty-six year old Kathleen Cooper realizes that she forfeited her dreams and aspirations of becoming a lawyer after a brash decision to run off and marry the insanely charming Aidan Cooper, she decides to regain what she lost over the course of their seven-year relationship and start fresh.
In the final book of the Wrecked series, Jo is confronted with a turbulent history that has her negotiating the twists and turns that end up being far more difficult to handle than she ever could have anticipated.
Restore Me is the second installment in the Wrecked Series.
With another devastating loss looming, Jo fights to hold on to the very thing that brought her to her knees. She finds herself torn between a promising future and clinging to a devastating past.But that’s not the most worrisome problem on her hands.
She must convince more than just herself to let the past stay in the past.