Just Like the Movies
Book #2 in the standalone The One series.
He was mine for ten years, and now he belongs to Hollywood.
Spencer Lowe, Hollywood’s newest golden boy, has hit the big time. Coming from a small town in England, he never imagined starring in a movie or becoming a household name. Offers from producers come as fast as offers from women.
Indie has been in love with her best friend for years, and their short-lived love affair was the best time of her life, but she had let him go so he could follow his dreams. Now she’s alone, stuck inside a nightmare she keeps hidden.
With the premiere of Spencer’s first movie coming up, he books a ticket for Indie and takes her to LA. She wants to give in to their chemistry and dive back into a relationship with Spencer, but if she does, she risks exposing the family secret she’s been guarding her whole life.
Waking Up in Vegas
Book #1 in the standalone The One series.
There are bad hangovers, then there’s waking up married to your brother’s idiot friend.
On the trip of a lifetime, a drunken Wren and intoxicated Brody stumble upon a wedding ceremony and decide to tag along for the ride. But being spectators isn’t quite wild enough when you’ve got tequila in your toes, and before either of them can stop what they’re about to do, “We now pronounce you husband and wife.”
Once sober and home, the incompatible newlyweds try everything within their power to end their pantomime marriage. Unfortunately for them, the promise and vows they made to spend their life together now aren’t as easy to break as they’d once hoped.
Especially not when Brody starts to have a change of heart.
After the End
One fatal mistake changes Tilly’s and Lincoln’s lives forever, and things will never be the way they used to be.
After the tragedy, Lincoln and his family flee the hometown they are no longer welcome in.
Four years later, still grieving the death of her brother, Tilly’s world is rocked again when Lincoln returns.
Distance and too much bad history haven’t stopped Lincoln from loving Tilly. He wants to beg for her forgiveness, but to avoid hurting her more, he tries to keep his distance from her … until he sees her fighting her feelings for him, and then nothing can keep him away.
Lie to Me
At nineteen, Savannah Dean escaped her family, leaving behind a note and the people who caused her so much pain. Now, she lives on her own and keeps to herself.
At nineteen, Kent Lawson’s girlfriend betrayed him, leaving him behind with a broken heart and a whole lot of mistrust in women. Now, he lives on his own and shares himself with nearly every pretty thing that walks by but only for one night.
When Savannah and Kent meet, they can’t stand each other.
Kent knows she’s hiding something, and he despises liars.
And Savannah has nothing but secrets.
When Bella stumbles upon her dead sister’s diary, she sets out on a mission to find her sister’s killer, but it leads her to the wrong side of town.
And right into the path of Rocco, a loner, a bad boy, who is determined to keep her away. After all, you protect your own, and Bella certainly doesn’t belong with the likes of him.
But it’s hard to move on when you’re chained to the past, and Bella is intent on getting justice for her sister…even if it’s at the cost of her own life.
With the Band
Texas finds herself about to embark on a tour with the object of her many fantasies. Kitt is lead singer of the hottest up-and-coming band, Filthy Sound.
She’s been obsessed with him since her rock God dad began mentoring them.
Texas and Kitt are about to spend a lot of time cramped in a tour bus, and he’s finding her impossibly tempting.
But he knows he’s risking the tour’s success if he breaks her daddy’s distinct rule about not touching his daughter.
He can’t help himself.
Tegan used to be fun-loving and carefree, but now she’s on a self-inflicted downward spiral of booze and boys. Her life is torn apart by tragedy, and now there are two men who want to put it back together.
Kai was only supposed to be a bit of physical fun, but their friends-with-benefits arrangement is developing into something else. Lucas wants a future with her, but is their new relationship too complicated to ever work?
To save her life, she needs to be honest with herself.
To stop someone getting hurt, she needs to let one of them go.
Book #2 in the Chance series.
Nell believes that no good can come from love. Her grandparents screwed it up, her parents screwed it up, so why would it be any different for her?
Damon was happy to keep their relationship casual through university, but his feelings for Nell have developed and wants more. With the aid of Nell’s best friend, Chloe, Damon sets out to smash down the wall Nell’s built and show her that not all love is destined to end in disaster.
She doesn’t want to let him in. He won’t stop until she does.
Book #1 in the Chance series.
What if you’re ready to move on after your boyfriend’s death, but the only man you’re attracted to is his brother?
Chloe’s life fell apart when her boyfriend died in a terrorist attack. With the help of Logan, she has fought to the darkness and is ready for a fresh start. She’s not at all prepared for Logan to be the one she’s beginning to see in a new light.
Logan has wanted his brother’s girl for years. He mourns the death of his brother daily and grapples with the guilt of wanting Chloe. He’s stayed close though he knows he should walk away.
They shouldn’t want each other but they can’t ignore their chemistry. Unfortunately, Chloe and Logan are perfect together.
Players, Bumps and Cocktail Sausages
Book #3 in the Silence series (this one stands alone)
Ex-playboy, Jasper, has hung up his little black book and is strictly a one-woman man.
Jasper is shocked when his new wife, Abby, no longer wants the family they’ve planned. She begins to work late and withdraw from their marriage, leaving Jasper questioning his decision to give her a second chance.
Holly starts working for Jasper, and as the two grow closer, he takes action, sparking a chain of events that makes his once well planned out life spiral out of control.
To get what he wants, he first has to lose everything.
Book #2 in the Silence series.
Four years after Oakley left England, she has to come home, forcing her to face the man she left behind.
With the trial looming, Oakley faces her biggest battle yet. Is she strong enough to find her voice and fight for the justice she’s desperate for?
Her love for Cole never faded, but she’s not sure he’ll be able to forgive her for leaving.