Books Never in a million years would she have guessed she’d wind up agreeing to the sinister side-gig her tough-as-nails new boss proposes. Until she does. As a married mother of three, Addison Greyer has always been known for doing the right thing. But there’s just something about that which is forbidden… A story of obsession. A story about fatal attraction. They are finally living their hard won happily ever after. The question is whether or not they can sustain it. And it appears they can. Until outside forces step in. This is the tale of first and last loves. And those that come in between… This unlikely love story takes us on an adventure where two people come of age, fall in and out of love, and question the role timing plays in it all. Their story is proof that neither time nor distance—perhaps not even death—can destroy what love creates. So it seems the only question left to ask is whether love is enough? They say opposites attract. For Jack and Amelie, that statement is about as close to the truth as it gets. She runs from anything that so much smells like love. And, well, as for Jack, he’s always been a fan of the chase. Especially where she’s concerned. Which is exactly what happens when he proposes… to accompany her on a cross-country road trip. This is the continuation of a love story that (like many) was never really over. In this book, I’m laying it all out there. The unraveling of my life. My coming undone. What one might’ve seen had they been paying attention. What I’ve found in life is people often believe lies before they’ll believe the truth. Well, here it is, in a nutshell. I’ll let you decide which is which. The Things We Say In Silence is an ongoing collection of short stories and bad poetry about the things that make us human… and sometimes, the things that don’t. With twists and turns you won’t see coming, Water Under The Bridge explores the immense pressure that many women feel to “have it all” and introduces a protagonist whose hard edges and cutthroat ambition will leave you questioning your judgment and straddling the line between what’s right and wrong. He’s a contract killer. She likes to even the score. Smack dab in the middle of suburbia, few married couples are as competitive as Jude and Kate. But then, most married couples probably don’t keep score in the form of body counts.