The Inn at Laurel Creek Zoe & Daniel’s Story

The Inn at Laurel Creek Zoe & Daniel’s Story

Do Miracles Really Happen at The Inn At Laurel Creek?

With a broken heart and a bruised ego, best-selling romance novelist Zoe Mayfield retreats to The Inn at hoping to recharge her muse, and finally finish her two months too late romantic comedy novel for the biggest publisher in NYC.

Zoe’s heart just won’t let her write what it doesn’t feel, and when your best friend—make that ex-best friend, steals your boyfriend—make that ex-boyfriend, from you, it kills every romantic bone in your body, making it impossible to write a happily ever after ending.

Crumbled paper and blacked out lines won’t cut it in romance writing, and if Zoe’s heart dies, her book deal might just die right along with it.

The night Daniel steps through The Inn’s French doors, sparks fly.

Will he be the miracle The Inn’s owners promised, the one that revives Zoe’s broken heart, or will Daniel’s story leave Zoe’s heart crumbled in pieces like the pages of her unfinished romantic comedy?

Available on Amazon here

Unexpected Outcomes Coming in October!

Unexpected Outcomes Coming in October!

Angela, Mel, and Fran are Back for Another Exciting Adventure!

                 When a frantic 911 call stumps a suburban Atlanta police department, psychic medium Angela Panther steps in to assist. With the help of her best friend and celestial super sleuth mother, Angela soon realizes things aren’t as they appear. Now Angela must choose between trusting her instincts or following the clues. If she chooses wrong, she won’t be crossing the dead over to the other side, she’ll be one of them

Unexpected Outcomes will be available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle, and paperback via all other online outlets. Read for free on Kindle Unlimited. 

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Book Review Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich

Book Review Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich

I was a big fan of Evanovich and Stephanie Plum up until about book 11 in the series. For me, things went flat…the writing, the characters…the storylines. As the numbers progressed, nothing changed. The characters didn’t grow, the sexual tension didn’t intensify, nor was a partner decision ever made by Stephanie, and the story appeared to be written in some standard formula—a big writer no-no. I hadn’t quite given up on the series though, and made it to Tricky Twenty-Two, but now I’m done.

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