Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Secrets And Deceptions

My latest release is the third book in the Saddle Creek series with a setting in a small town of Saddle Creek, just outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the shadows of the Great Teton Mountains. The premise of the series is of four young men, loyal friends throughout high school but once graduated they all go their separate ways—one to college, one bought the horse ranch he’d worked on most of his life, one joined the military, etc. Now, since they’ve matured they return to their roots and climb mountains to overcome many overwhelming challenges to meet and keep the loves of their lives.


When Avri Lawrence’s high school sweetheart leaves her to enlist in the military, she nurses a broken heart. When Dillon returns four years later, their attraction to each other is stronger than ever, but life’s experiences has changed them. When her life is threatened she’s not sure he’ll come to her rescue or like what he finds. She has secrets and she’s not ready to share.

Dillon Davidson wants to advance in his military career but didn’t plan on having to kill so many people to do so. On a Special Opps mission he’s captured and tortured for eighteen long months. After his escape, he ends his four-year career in deception. He wants to start over with his soul mate, Avri in Saddle Creek, Wyoming.

But are there too many years of separation, too many secrets, and too many memories between them for them to overcome?

Author Bio:

In the fourth grade, I wrote a story in the form of a play—something about getting a shot at the doctor—that actually was produced by the teacher for parents and students in an assembly. When I was older, I spilled my guts in a journal every night and wrote long newsy love letters to Viet Nam to my high school sweetheart, now my husband.

I am a multi published author of Romantic Suspense having written and completed at least nine books, two series and a compilation of four short Christmas stories: Christmas Awakenings.

Mentoring children fifteen years ago, began my phase of helping others, mostly children in third and fourth grade, teaching the importance of using the correct words for a 100 word essay, and watching their eyes light up when they figured it out. Since then, I have mentored aspiring authors to set goals, write at least 100 words every day to increase their word count, complete scenes, chapters and generally, meet their objectives.

All titles are on my website:

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