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Admittedly Obsessed [Contact
March 23, 2008
Married for 18 years with two teens that keep me busy.
Two stories that started as fanfiction are going to become 'real' novels. Passion Fish, co-written with Qjmom, is now available at www.omnificpublishing.com under the same title. I'm also currently working on tranforming Half Truths and Full Circles into a full novel as well -- fingers crossed that I'm able to get that done in a timely manner!
What I have to offer here still is Dream Weaver, an unfinished paranormal romance that was submitted for a contest. If time permits and ideas return, I'll look to continue that story. For now, I'll leave it here in case you're curious about my writing style. Know for sure, though, that I'm a romantic at heart and prefer writing flirty scenes rather than smut -- I'll leave that to my readers' imagination.
I'm still working with Twilighted, too, but more as an overseer/supervisor than actively working with any authors or stories. I was one of the six originals of this site so it will remain near and dear to my heart!
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Ava is a web advertising sales rep who is new to Charleston. When she meets Kate and her daughter Sophie in the park, they strike up a wonderful friendship. The more Ava listens to Kate talk about her wonderful husband Sevy, the more she finds herself dreaming about Eric Drummond, a client who is quiet, handsome... and married. When Kate encourages Ava to pursue Eric, Ava finds she can't resist wanting to be with him, despite the voice that keeps whispering "but he's married..."
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November 07, 2008 Updated:
November 09, 2008
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