grade in love with Dean, without as much as a goodbye he leaves for a new life
overseas. Breaking Kaylah’s heart.
the best remedy to cure her heartbreak she enrols at her local community
College where she’d hoped to move forward from her old life and have a fresh
start with new surroundings and new people.
all of her plans came to a halt when Dean walked back into her life without
warning. Was this what she wanted? Could she go through this again and lose
everything that she had dreamed of and more, could he be the one to fill the
void that Dean had left, helping her move on?
with Dean … maybe taking things further this time?
Not to stray from the common Author
cliché, I loved to read as a child – I actually excelled in reading from a
young age. This was definitely to my
advantage. In saying that I only enjoyed
reading “happily ever after stories.”
to “teen romance stories” with the obvious transition being heavy love stories
and of course Jackie Collins’ novels.
commitments my reading all but ceased until my children were at an age where I
could steal and hour or two (which then became and hour or four).
Twilight Saga, this kept my thoroughly entertained for years as I read and
re-read numerous times… Enter 50 Shades.
this erotic tale, something tugged at my inner thoughts and I succumbed, like
everyone around me falling for the likes of one Christian Grey.
many many stories and getting involved with Indie Authors from around the globe
– something then happened to me. I awoke
one Saturday morning with a whole story fixed in my mind. This had happened to me a lot over the years
but this story was so clear and concise and I acted on in with the inspiration
of the Indie Authors.
Pearls was born – it has grown from there and is a beautifully work in
progress. In the interim, I wrote my
current story, a novella entitled Que Sera Sera.
– beta reading, or just plain reading.
As a full time mother and wife my life is very full. My other passion, other than writing and
family is Music … music from yesteryear is my genre.