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Almost a Fairytale series.
Three fairytales, with a modern twist. Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Ariel…flipped… Or get all three in one:
I’m part of a Timeless Romance Anthology: Road Trip Collection
#1 Amazon Bestselling Romance Anthology in Clean Romance
Six new contemporary romance novellas from bestselling authors: Jolene Betty Perry, Sarah M. Eden, Ranee Clark, Annette Lyon, Heather B Moore, and Aubrey Mace.
AFTER ALL: Contemporary Romance
In Ashley’s mind, her new neighbor Brandt is definitely a “Clive Owen” – one of the few perks of her move halfway through law school. The other perk is getting as far away from where she grew up as possible.
With a best friend’s ashes in a jar in her room, and a million reasons she’s determined to finish law school and put bad guys in jail, she’s also decided she wants to get to know this “Clive Owen” neighbor better.
Brandt is just trying to stay afloat as a single father of two teens—both of which he had when a teen himself. The last thing he’s looking for is to fall in love, but when his new neighbor, Ashley, finds her way into his life, it’s as if they’ve found their missing piece. But Brandt knows he doesn’t deserve this kind of happiness. Not after the way he let his family shatter.
Just when Brandt and Ashley find some common footing in the way they feel, Ashley goes to her internship, opens a file, and it destroys everything she’s learned about the family next door.
Both Brandt and Ashley are in a fight to forgive their pasts, navigate the present, and to find a way to hold on to the future they started together. But with everything on the line, and so much to overcome, they begin to wonder if their happily ever after is worth the struggle?
THE WEIGHT OF LOVE: LDS romance, Next Door Books (Fall 2013)
After losing her husband, Jaycee struggles to stay afloat with their autistic son.
When Mitchell Worthen realizes how far off track he is, he decides to serve a mission for his church a couple years later than normal.
When the two meet, their connection is immediate, and it challenges everything Mitchell has worked for. Missionary guidelines are strict for good reason, but falling for a woman he can’t speak the words to feels like torture.
Jaycee loves the understanding she’s found in Elder Worthen over her son, but she’s several years his senior, and knows her feelings are one-sided. With a sudden move in her future, and her in-laws putting pressure on her to stay, Jaycee’s torn between a future she doesn’t know she can have, and another that feels both certain and safe.
With the life of herself and her son hanging in the balance, Jaycee makes a decision that pulls her and Mitchell apart, in the hopes that it might eventually bring them together.
The Weight of Love is a story about letting go of the past, falling in love during impossible circumstances, and learning that often the best kinds of joy are the ones worth waiting for.
All I Want Christmas Anthology: Contemporary Romance, HEA Publishing (2012) Paperback only. Pretty Near Perfect (Next Door Books (Fall 2014) ebook novella.
The last thing Norah needs is to be attracted to anyone – especially in her deceased fiancé’s parents’ home. Collin’s starting a new career, and has no business getting involved – especially while staying with his roommate’s family, who very kindly offered to take him in for the holidays. Unfortunately, you just don’t always pick the most convenient time and place to fall for someone.
THE NEXT DOOR BOYS: LDS romance, Cedar Fort Industries (fall 2011) My first published book.
With her body still recovering from last year’s cancer treatments, Leigh Tressman is determined to be independent. Despite the interference from her overprotective brother, physical frustrations, and spiritual dilemmas– not to mention the ever expanding line of young men ready to fall in love with her– Leigh discovers what it actually means to stand on her own and learns that love can be found in unexpected but delightful places.
LEFT TO LOVE: LDS romance, Next Door Books (Spring 2012) Because Leigh’s story had to continue.
Leigh’s life is shaping up to be pretty perfect.
She married the father of a little boy she fell in love with. They live in a nice house, on a quiet street, and her hobby of a sewing business is keeping her busier than she ever imagined. She’s back in touch with her brother who she hasn’t seen since she was a child, and her new husband has an “in” for his dream job when he graduates in the spring.
But when her small symptoms begin to lead up to something big – she has to face the shattering realization that her cancer is back.
Leigh struggles with her new marriage, her faith, her desire to adopt the little boy who calls her mom, and the strength to keep fighting for her life.
MY FOREVER: LDS romance, Next Door Books (Fall 2012) Because once I started writing about Dani, I knew her story would connect with Leigh’s.
Dani is mortified that she’ll finish her senior year of high school as the pregnant girl, and has no idea how to tell her father, who is also the pastor of her church.
When her friend, Michael, sits down next to her in the hallway at school, it leads her inside the doors of the Mormon church, a group she’s been warned against for years. Dani begins to listen to the small voice in her heart even as her world crumples around her.
Her old friends aren’t around anymore. And when her father discovers not only her pregnancy, but her involvement in the LDS faith, he asks her to leave his house.
Dani’s life is turned upside down as she moves states, tries to find parents for her unborn baby, and says goodbye to her friend, Michael, as he leaves for two years to serve a mission.
My Forever is a novel about the struggle to find the balance between what your head screams for you to do and the power of following the quieter voice inside your heart – wishing for a time when they both say the same thing.