to Passionate Fiction
“As he released me, I felt electricity move between us before taking the seat across from him to avoid falling down. If I were the blushing type, now would be the time though the deep color of my skin made that impossible. I just wondered why he affected me so. I gazed at him with curiosity. Why did it seem as if I knew him already? Why did it seem like we could skip all the parts in the middle and get right to the part my body seemed to want?” — Zola, She’s Got Soul
If you’re anything like me, when you read a book, you want an experience. Not just characters, but people. Not just love, but romance. Not just sex, but intense passion. Not just a book, but a story that you can carry with you always. I’ve been working to deliver that kind of experience to my readers since I first published Unexpected in 2014 and then I Am Yours in 2015. I hope you’ll join them. But first, get to know a little about me and my work through my website and sign up for my newsletter so that you can be apprised to anything new happening with me and my new releases.
The soul of a woman … the love of a man.
Love & Passion Series
Where Love & Passion collide.
Love & Redemption Series
It takes Love to mend broken hearts.
I’m a self proclaimed introvert, always been that way. The exception is going to book events where I get to meet the people that read my work. There’s no greater experience for me to take pictures, chat about characters and what I have coming up with my readers You make it worth it.
Thank You to my readers
Sharing The Brand
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A special touch
I love to throw in goodies for my readers whether it’s face to face or with your purchase.
I have stories that are linked together but they really are standalone books. If you decided not to read the others in the series, you wouldn't be left bereft. However, there was something about Zola and her family of women whom I affectionately call...