Average Amazon Rating
4.7 out of 5

Remember Me

I never had it easy.

After a horrific accident when I was 5 years old left me orphaned. A loving family took me in. Life was good again. Or so I thought.

I moved to Boston to further my career but found so much more when I arrive. Blake. Blue eyed, sweet, charming and oh so cute, and completely unavailable – as Alexis likes to remind me. I had all the things I had hoped for, but yet something was still taunting my new happiness.

Set on winning a competition at work, which I believed would open doors for me. The truth of my past collided with my promising future, leaving me with difficult questions.

Could I let go of my past? Could I accept the truth when it finally comes knocking at my door?


Average Amazon Rating
4.6 out of 5

What the Heart Wants

Bride to be.
Who I was, seemed to shatter into pieces. The pressure to bounce back from the accident was unbearable. Friends, family, overbearing mom and fiancé – all craving the old me, before I lost the use of my legs. I was determined to bend without breaking when I signed up for rehabilitation 243 miles from home. Whatever it took to feel myself again. Jeremy was hard to ignore. Country living expert, son of the carer, and not my fiancé Clay. He inspired something inside me that the pressure outside of rehab didn’t.
He inspired me to be more than the dancer and a future bride – a new me.
I never expected the accident to change my heart and all my promises.

What do you do when the man that you are engaged to and the one that owns your heart is two different people?


Average Amazon Rating
4.2 out of 5

Swipe To Love

What is worse than having your mother set you up on a blind date? I’ll tell you, crushing on Aiden Lang.

The new office hunk, who has every girl’s attention even my best friend Amy’s. She took one look at him and was convinced that he’s her soulmate. Fate wasn’t playing fair when our boss had Aiden and myself working on the same project, having meeting after meeting together. The one day I tripped over my heels right into his hard chest. Amy was my only reminder that I didn’t have any claim to Aiden like she did. Becoming a bad friend for a good time just wasn’t in me. Determined to forget my best friend’s crush I jumped head first back into online dating. Though destiny wasn’t done with me yet.

Betray my best friend or take the risk on someone new? The thing about dating on the internet is you never truly know who’s behind the screens.