I’ve been doing a bit of work on another book in this series. This one will be the last book in the series. I know it’s out of order, but I have two reasons for this. One is that I felt inspired to work on that one. Two is...
This novel started off as a fanfic. I decided to take the original plot and create original characters. I won’t go into the fandom. The story itself is no longer on the forums. Most of the book is original material anyway. Only some passages, which have nothing to do...
She is about to lose her part-time job in an art gallery.
When her close friend Nick Sloane comes up with the perfect solution to her financial problems, Kate refuses.
His idea? They get married.
But Kate wants love, not what she believes is a marriage of convenience. No matter how she feels about Nick.
Georgia has known Quinn for years and is asked to interview him when he decides to move back home with his now teenaged daughter.
When they meet again, there is a mutual attraction. Yet they’re both gun-shy, for their own reasons.
If they can find a way past their respective issues, they may find love is lovelier the second time around.
The producers of the show are desperate to learn who is behind a number of accidents before the show has even begun and turn to Amanda’s bosses for help.
Just as Amanda gets through her audition, there is another incident and they presume it’s just another accident. Until the victim ends up dead.
This time, it’s murder.
Amanda now must work with Jim to identify the culprit while at the same time dealing with difficulties in her personal life.
This is the second in the Amanda Steele: Private Investigator series.
Then a high school principal hires the firm to investigate stories of drugs within the school. It’s the perfect opportunity for Amanda to go undercover.
Her father chooses one of his own colleagues, a newly-transferred Detective Constable Jim Andersen, to be her liaison. He wants Jim to keep an eye on his daughter and make sure things don’t get out of hand.
Jim considers Amanda to be spoiled and more than a little too big for her boots.
Amanda is no fan of his either. Yet when the case takes a turn for the worse, they are forced to work even more closely together.
Abby is once more rising from the ashes of her old life to start anew. She has a new job, a new life and a relationship with the man she loves.
She is finally able to put Phoenix behind her.
Yet even as Abby and Michael begin working together to bring their enemy to trial, a new threat arises in the form of Raphael’s own employers.
The Mob has been exposed and the New York crime families are out for revenge. Rumours begin to fly as to the nature of that revenge.
They bring in a professional; someone with a link to Phoenix’s past. Someone who has developed a dangerous obsession.
Abby’s own nemesis returns when the life of someone she loves hangs in the balance.
Will her love survive this new test or will she lose herself forever, destroying everything she has worked for?
Abby Smith was just a small-town reporter working for a small daily newspaper. As far as she’s concerned, she has a mediocre career and an even more mundane life.
Then a man in prison begs her to help him clear his name. A week later, the man is dead and she sets out to get justice.
Her quest leads her down a dark and tragic path.
Like the mythical bird, she rose from the ashes of her old life to become Phoenix, a woman bent on destroying the man responsible for taking away everything she loved.
Michael Ryan was a cop, about to lose everything, until he was given the opportunity of a lifetime.
As he rises to the top, he meets Phoenix and falls hard for her, but soon begins to realise she is not what she seems.
Together, Phoenix and Michael work to expose the truth as their relationship deepens.
Even if the eventual cost is more than either of them is prepared to pay.
Michael begins to realise that for Phoenix, the fight is not just for her life. It’s for her sanity.
Can Michael save her … from herself?
As Janet struggles to understand why it happened, she is given journals left by her friend. Hoping to find the answers there, they lead her on an emotional journey into the past and into her friend’s battles with mental illness.
Eventually, Janet’s own struggles toward acceptance begin to interfere with her own life.
She has to find a way to let her friend go.
He’s smart, good-looking and, sure, there are a few red flags, but he claims to love her. The marriage is against her father’s wishes but she’s tired of sacrificing her own desires for her father’s sake.
She slowly begins to realise her husband’s charming exterior hides a monster beneath. She escapes her abusive marriage and falls for another man – her husband’s former best friend.
He’s kind and thoughtful – sure, he may not be as good-looking but he’s a good man and he makes her laugh. She loves him but knows it’s not enough. Ultimately, she must decide if this new love is what she really needs.
She has to move on from the past and learn to love herself.
For some, depression can have devastating consequences.
Over 300 million people in the world have been diagnosed with this illness, yet there are still those out there who have no knowledge or understanding of it and how debilitating it can be.
I have struggled for years with the effects of depression, bullying and emotional abuse. There are others like me who have been through something similar and we are only now coming out the other side.
This book is not just my own journey. It seeks to explain what depression is while dispelling the myths around it and what causes it through research and personal analysis.