Who really wants to hear about my life? The truth is, I can’t tell you too much about myself because I’m in the Witness Protection Program. Everything about my life is just an illusion. On the outside, I appear to be a single mom raising two great boys in the grand ol’ state of Texas. (I don’t know where they got these two kids to play my children, but they are damn cute!) In reality, I’m a supermodel billionaire who had to “dumb down” my appearance—not to mention my checking account—for this new life they’ve inserted me into.
In this new life, I work full time, so I don’t get to write nearly as much as I would like. When I do find the time to write, I often find myself reading other novels instead of working on my own. My favorite authors right now are S.C. Stephens, Jamie McGuire, Colleen Hoover, Olivia Cunning, and Kristen Ashley. I blame each of them for my procrastination because if their books weren’t so good, I’d get a lot more writing done.
When You Don’t Have a Choice is my first attempt at writing. Please feel free to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what you think of my novel. As long as your feedback doesn’t include the phrase “It’s complete crap,” then your comments (positive and gently negative) are greatly appreciated. Just don’t ask me what I saw happen with Guido “The Machine Gun” Grimaldi that night, or I’ll have to start a new life elsewhere, and that would really suck.
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When You Know What Matters (Windhaven Manor Series #2)
by Wendi Cassel
In the second book of the Windhaven Manor series, Andrew, Hailey, and Stephen are all trying to resume their lives a year after the disaster that nearly destroyed them all. But as they plan for their futures, they learn they must first deal with their pasts.
When You Don't Have a Choice (Windhaven Manor Series #1)
by Wendi Cassel
After being abandoned by her parents at a very young age, Hailey Nix has worked hard to get through school and make something of herself. Her lifetime alone has taught her that it’s better to be self-sufficient and not depend on anyone for anything. When she meets Andrew, she’s shocked at how quickly he slips through all the defenses it’s taken her a lifetime to build.
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