Month: September 2019


I know you guys have been patiently waiting. The stars have to align before I make any book announcements because I have to be sure I’m feeling it, and WOAH AM I FEELING THIS ONE. It is a STANDALONE, coming this Winter. An enemies to lovers romance with more…angst, than I’ve written in quite some time. I say that every other book, but, this time I mean it. Get ready for action, (big) twists, TEARS, cheering, suspense, STEAM, and one of those endings where you have to stare at a blank wall for several minutes before returning to reality. ((That’s right, I wrote the ending first because I’m insane and working backwards was the only way to tackle this story. I did this with Crazy Good, and Time and Space too, FYI!))

I don’t have a firm release date yet, but make sure you add it to Goodreads in preparation. You don’t want to miss this one! I will update here and on social media when Blogger and Reader Review Team sign-ups are ready.

Never Always Blurb


In a family filled with picturesque butterflies, I’m a moth. Camouflaged. The invisible, nerdy scientist who would rather study water and save the planet than don a dress and mingle in southern society. Unfortunately, having my nose in a book and eating goals for breakfast doesn’t bode well for a social life or my cobweb covered dating sector.

Then I met Grange. He’s a tormenter—an epic bully, but he’s promised to help me in my lackluster areas. He’s been ordered to fulfill service hours at my Aquatic Lab in Cape Cod, if I allow it.

He is bad, the worst. I’m talking wearing prison garb when I met him kind of awful. We all have our demons, but Corrick Granger’s seep into everything and everyone around him. Sure, I’d love his expertise on how to land a guy, but I’m not sure any man is worth dealing with an outcast Navy SEAL who has more issues than a magazine subscription.


One hazy mistake was all it took to ruin my life. Well, one mistake coupled with a chain of bad decisions, and a side of my hot temper. The court doled out an easy community service sentence. Never anything too harsh for a “hero.” I’ll be back at the Teams in six months, easy. I need to keep my cool, put my head down, and follow the rules.

A fiery redhead with something to prove is all that stands between me and my freedom. Tennyson is a maddening combination of know-it-all and knows-nothing. The type of woman who would cut off her own nose to spite her face, and yet when my one mistake snowballs into a life altering, soul-damning error, she’s undeniably there for me.

Even though I don’t deserve it.

Even though I’ve kept secrets.

And despite the fact I have become the monster she knew I would be.