Hello from the misty Pacific Northwest, home of towering evergreen rain forests, coffee stands galore, and authors aplenty. Oh, and Bigfoot. We also have the coastline and two gorgeous mountain ranges to explore.
Stick around and check out my romance novels, some with a little mystery and others with more. I’m writing something a bit different right now, a “twins separated at birth mystery” that’s practically writing itself because I’m having so much fun with it.
Title to come…but here’s the story:
Angie Duval, a private investigator of sorts, who comes to Eugene to locate a missing teen, 16 year old Candace. (She’s a pro but she also helps people that no one else wants to help.) She’s following a lead when she runs into herself–or, a mirror image of herself. Her newly discovered twin is named Vivi Leavitt, a school counselor who co-owns a women’s boutique slash bookstore with her mother.
Angie’s a loner who lives in her RV. Her family is Galaxy, a dog she found abandoned as a puppy out in the Eastern Oregon desert. Vivi is a perky bookworm, so basically Angie’s identical twin and complete opposite. Or so she thinks at first.
For most twins separated at birth, it’s awesome to find the other one. But these two both know they weren’t adopted. It doesn’t make sense, except that they were lied to. Angie’s mom passed away a year ago, leaving only questions.
Angie has a teen to find, who is apparently hanging with a man who calls himself Demon, so she can’t drop everything and dig into her birth situation. In fact, she’s worked hard to forget her childhood and wants to walk away from this too…except she can’t. So suddenly she has two cases, and one’s a little too personal.
Angie and Vivi don’t like what they find when they start investigating their parents, and the case with Candace gets complicated too.
The twins want to know why they were separated and lied to…but at the same time, they don’t. However, it’s starting to look like whatever happened is bigger than just them.
**Updates to come!
Molly Anderson returns “home” to a town she doesn’t remember, hoping it will spark a memory. She meets Trent Williams, a Ridge City police detective, and something else definitely sparks. Not only does he know her, Trent takes on her case and promises to do everything he can to solve it.
Other emotional romances include Point Hope, Embers of Hope, More than a Promise, and In a Field of Oranges.
He’s sexy as hell, but he’s just a voice… Avery Waldorf wakes up from a concussion to find a voice inside her head—an adventurous male voice belonging to Marcus, who doesn’t know where he came from, but has an opinion on everything about her life.
Megan wakes from a coma to a life that doesn’t feel right and a husband she doesn’t recognize. Is he lying to her? What’s really going on? All the evidence says they’re legally married, and yet her shattered memories say otherwise. Everyone she meets seems to be in on it, unless she’s suffering from paranoia due to her brain injury.
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