I am beyond thrilled to announce I have two books scheduled to be published Spring 2019. The Game Changer and Evening the Score! Both of these stories are close to my heart and I am so excited for you to read their stories. Here's a quick blurb about them!
The Game Changer | April 2019
Cleat Chasers Book 2
Pretending to date your best friend is a great idea, right?
Greta Aske has a lot going on: fear of student loans becoming too much to afford on a teacher’s salary, worrying about her brother’s divorce, and going on a string of bad dates that has her giving up on men, at least for the time being. Her focus becomes saving as much money as she can and getting good grades. Her life contains a little too much drama and she needs a break. The perfect solution presents itself: pretend to date the campus’ playboy. That’ll keep the guys away for sure.
Aaron Hill is desperate to save his baseball career, because with his dad fighting cancer, he damn well knows he can’t ask for a single penny from his parents. Baseball is his past, present, and future so when a scandal breaks out threatening his future in the MLB, he turns to his best friend for help. They stage a fake relationship to keep him out of trouble. It’s perfect, really. Greta’s taking a break from dating and Aaron needs to focus on training. Nothing could go wrong.
The issue is… the deal was that neither would fall for the other. It was all staged and they had to stick to the plan. But, when lines are crossed, what’s real and fake blurs and they are forced to face their fears. Is Greta the game changer Aaron needs?
Evening the Score | May 2019
Out of the Park Book 1
Enemies to lovers
Fiona Davis and Gideon Titan have nothing in common--except their mutual dislike of each other. She’s an over-talkative college senior unsure of what she wants to do with her life. She volunteers to coach a baseball team at the suggestion of a charity close to her heart. He’s a down-trodden MLB player desperate to save his career whose manager volun-told him to coach the youth team to rediscover his love of the game.
She hates his attitude and extravagant, multiple-car owning lifestyle. He hates her constant need to prove herself and the way she snorts when she laughs. They both hate the six days a week they’re forced to see each other. What starts with a snarl boils into a sexual tension they both resent. The only time they aren’t arguing is when they’re naked—thus enemies with benefits begins.
They did it all backwards: enemies, co-coaches, lovers, then to some version of friends. It couldn’t be a break-up when the season comes to an end, because they were never together. But it feels like one. Maybe, just maybe, somewhere along the ride the feelings became real and someone has to take the first step. There’s not a chance in hell it’ll be Fiona...unless he can prove he’s worth the risk. But that means making sacrifices and that’s asking too much for two people who know what it means to lose.
Hope you're excited as I am!
Goofy, romance-loving sports fanatic who often talks about her baby, her husband, or romance novels that make her heart feel squishy.