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SIX DAYS is my very fist attempt at writing and I couldn’t be prouder. Here is a brief blurb:

For the first time Solia actually felt bad about harming a civilian, but her mission was way more important than Jason, some smooth science geek with a charming southern accent. His 9mm was a slight turn on, however. She was a true-blue CIA operative sent to retrieve sensitive research; she had no need for pesky feelings. Besides, she didn’t think she’d ever see him again. But when their paths crossed a second time, sparks flew. And so did a few bullets.

But there were trust issues. Jason didn’t trust the one thing she believed in. Her government was the same one that held secrets, one of which Jason discovered while working for them. After his wife was murdered, he quit the project to work on the research privately. He was ready to publish his findings when his colleague disappeared and Solia arrived.

Solia had to gain his trust by getting up close and personal. But Jason had a way of messing with her focus. She didn’t trust what she felt; didn’t trust that she was capable of feeling. Arresting him was the only way to keep him safe. But when a bullet rips through his chest, her heart stops right along with his.

My second completed novel is DUST TO STONE. I am very excited about this project! Here is a link to the Pinterest Board where all my inspiration lies.

Dust To Stone is a novel about an Irish combat veteran struggling with PTSD, living a quiet life on the Aran Islands with his service dog, Butler. Aiden Monaghan is coping, until he finds a woman’s body on the shore. McKenna Todd brings emotions to the surface that he has tried to forget but when her life is on the line he’s fighting much more than his past.

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