Running is always easier.
Tori McLeod moved to the big city to get away from her mother—and her past. Her new routine is destroyed when she meets a mysterious stranger who won’t take no for an answer. Sebastian intrigues her, but his eyes hold secrets she would rather avoid.
Sebastian Chelios, a hard-as-nails enforcer, is a new-in-town loner. He has to have her. Control her. Possess her. But he can’t—won’t—lose control, even though Tori’s innocence fascinates him. The last thing he’s going to do is love her, even after he gets her in his bed.
Losing control is dangerous, especially when someone from Sebastian’s past covets Tori, putting more than just her heart in danger.
Can Sebastian protect Tori from Jose’s sadistic obsession? If he gets his hands on her, will she make it out in one piece?
I’ve been writing my whole life but mostly in just my journals or diaries. I never thought of actually writing a story.
Last year some time, my aunt suggested I write a book. I thought there was no way I could write a story that was my own. All the ideas I had bouncing around in my head were not my own and were from other books I have read. My aunt told me I could do it if I really thought about it.
So I did. And guess what? An idea came to me. Now mind you, that idea has changed ALOT! My first book is nothing like I originally started with and that’s fine. I’m happy with it. I just hope others are too.
I started creating a playlist of songs that I hear that remind me of my book. Most of the songs are not from the type of music I listen to but I love them (I’m a heavy metal girl).
I don’t have a writing office per say. My table is my writing area. My lap top is set up there with my notes and ideas and it’s perfect for me.
I don’t need pure silence to write so when the hubby is home, he can watch tv and I can write and we can still spend time together.
I’m very excited for my first book to come out, hopefully sometime this summer. I’m nervous, scared and biting my nails as to what people will think but I’m excited none the less.
So this is me, in a nutshell.