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Series: Burnouts Series
Ben Gorman and Carrie Gould live in different worlds, right next to each other. For Ben high school is good grades, Jr. ROTC, and a steady girlfriend. For Carrie it’s sex, drugs and rock and roll. But on Carrie’s sixteenth birthday they cross the lines to meet in the middle over cake, then a church picnic, then a game of strip poker, until finally the lines are blurred and they can’t remember why they never connected before.
A clever, cheeky, romantic, gritty and fun story of first love, neighbors and opposites attracting.
They both need what the other has to offer—“You keep me safe I’ll make you wild.”
Book 2 - Catch You If You Fall
Steve Shrader is the only guy at prom with four dates. Other guys high five him and congratulate him. Guys who would normally never even talk to him. Not that it really matters because he’s got his friends, they’re all girls and they all love him…except MG.
Wherever MG shows up she brings the party. In high school she befriended Steve, made him laugh , cared for him, became his sole reason for actually showing up at school…then she left him behind to chase her dreams of big money and celebrity in New York. Only things aren’t always what they seem, and it’s easy to fall down in the fast lane. When that happens you can only hope you have someone there to catch you if you fall.
**Both are NA contemporary romances**
Supporter of strong, sexy women in fiction and in life.
I was born and raised in the suburban paradise of St. Charles, Missouri, just outside of St. Louis. Growing up there started my love of extraordinary stories about ordinary places and people, finding excitement in the mundane. I currently write romance and chick lit but you never know what I might do next. In all my stories the women are smart, sexual and strong and you’ll never find a woman-hating “bad boy” hero.
I currently live with the loves of my life, three very kewl, geeky men and one perfect puppy, just outside of Memphis, TN.
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**From, Suburban Love Song will be on sale for 99 cents. Both books are also available on KU.