“The beautiful wife of a would-be congressman falls for a sexy chef in this steamy debut novel.”
“Readers should sympathize with Eden’s struggle to balance her overwhelming desire for Kaleb with the pressure to do what is right for her children.”
“. . . watching her fall deeply in love for the first time is enjoyable, and readers should get a vicarious thrill from the couple’s jaunts to Paris, Jamaica, Cyprus, and Jackson Hole.”
“Foodies should also savor the mouthwatering descriptions of the delicious meals and fine wines that are served over the course of the book (at a dinner in Paris, “she had Boeuf Bourguignon and he had kidneys simmered in a delicate wine sauce”).”
“A spicy outing that should feed readers’ hunger for romance.”
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you’ll take a moment to look around and share in some of my triumphs, or life’s lessons learned. I started writing when I was about nine, and at sixteen, I started looking for a publisher. It finally happened ten years later, with a chance encounter on an airplane with the publisher of Teen Magazine. I pitched him some ideas and he suggested one, and I was off and running. It seems I haven’t slowed down since.
I don’t expect to write much about writing in these pages, though. I’ve been blessed, with many novels published and lots of ghostwriting assignments that keep me busy. I write, and re-write, all day long, five or six days a week. On my own time, I’d rather explore ideas that bend the mind. I think my new book, The Congressman’s Wife, will bend your mind.