PJ Bruister has a major obsession with makeup and a slight history of violence – neither of which fly with her conservative Catholic high school.
On the heels of her third school expulsion, PJ runs into her other major obsession: Beau Browning. PJ’s been in serious lust with the sweater-vest wearing hottie for a while. Problem is, said hottie doesn’t seem too in lust with her.
So when PJ learns Beau’s thinking about enrolling his son in an ASD therapy program in town, she decides to get a job at the clinic. Working with a bunch of autistic kids sounds like exactly the sort of thing she needs to get her mess of a life back on track, and if she just happens to get a little closer to one of their dads in the process… that’s a total bonus.
Beau Browning has a new business on his hands, a serious co-parenting gig, and a five-year-old on the spectrum. PJ Bruister is a complication his busy life doesn’t need. But suddenly, she’s popping up everywhere. Airline flights. Roadsides. His son’s therapy clinic. He can’t seem to get away from her. Problem is, he’s starting not to want to… because he’s starting to have some serious lusty thoughts about his cousin’s former stepdaughter.
And she’s starting to steal his heart.
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Korinne Wilkes wakes up in a crazy prison, overseen by an even crazier keeper. It’s the stuff of nightmares, but it’s real. Desperate to escape a madman and determined to return to the boy she made a promise to, she will need to find strength in the extraordinary power of her imagination.
At seventeen years old, Grayson Browning found the love of his life. At eighteen, he lost her. Now, with the help of an odd assortment of newfound friends and reunited family members, he will do everything he can to get Kory back.
They aren’t giving up on the light in their future
Even if it is being threatened by the darkness in their past…
Kory Wilkes doesn’t believe in posing. She won’t pretend she didn’t grow up in a trailer park. And there’s no hiding the fact that her old man sleeps in a prison cell. The haters in high school can whisper all they like. Kory knows who her real friends are – even if one of them exists solely in her imagination.
Gray Browning has never stepped foot in a high school. He’s rarely ventured from the secluded Northern California home he shares with his brothers. And his eccentric father hasn’t slept well in years. It’s a quiet world they live in. Until her…
She didn’t plan on running to that fort in the woods.
He had no idea their paths were about to cross.
Love isn’t a dream. It’s an awakening.
Thoughts from DB
Woo-hoo! After finishing Chapter 20, I’m at 60K words, halfway through the manuscript, and I’ve drafted everything I had written chapter summary cards for. The chapter summary cards are really my rudimentary way of outlining or storyboarding as I go since I am very much a “pantser.” (See my May 19 post for a sample.) […] Read More
So, I was able to work in a couple small scenes with my favorite British bodyguard character Watson. The first is between him and Lily at the end of Chapter 18. Lily’s had a rough night and Watson’s playing chauffeur, and after she climbs into the back of his ride all emotionally wrecked, he gives […] Read More
So, I’m almost done with Chapter 18, and that pizza I mentioned a couple posts ago, definitely got wasted. That bit was so damn satisfying to write. I think of it as Lily’s Carrie Underwood moment. Right now, my girl is well and truly pissed at Eli… and hurt. And by the time I finish […] Read More
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Okay, so actual writing might be slow-going, but idea generation is kicking into over-drive. I woke up this morning with a flood of ideas for the second half of the book. I don’t know why, but I tend to have my most productive brainstorming sessions when I’m in this strange state of semi consciousness a […] Read More
I’m currently working on one of the more eventful days in the story. So many things go down here, I think it will probably take me another five chapters to get through them all. Good news is, when I’m done with this sequence, I should be at the halfway point in the manuscript. Here’s a […] Read More
Just finished Chapter 15 which introduces Eli’s father, Scooter Park. Usually when I come up with a character, they spring 100% out of my own brain. But occasionally, I’ll take inspiration from an actual person. For the past few weeks, I’ve been watching actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan on Friday Night In With The Morgans, and […] Read More
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