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Love, loss and redemption…Madeline Ellis and her ex-husband Tom Seymour were the greatest pop rock duo of the 1980’s until an unspeakable event ripped them apart for good. When their son Nate comes to his mom with a simple request, that his parents reunite for one time and perform at his wedding, Maddie’s confronted with a serious decision. She’s been keeping secrets, making it impossible to grant her only child’s single wish. She can’t understand why Nate won’t just accept that it’s unthinkable to expect her to be in the same room as Tom. It’s the only thing she’s sure that she’s unable to do for her precious boy. Perhaps it’s finally time to tell Nate the truth about what happened that fateful day all those years before. But first Maddie must decide if being close to Tom for even a solitary night to celebrate Nate’s newfound love is worth the enormous risk of having her heart shattered all over again…
“The Lyric of Memory” is a standalone novel.
All of my books begin with the seed of an idea. For everything I’ve written up to this point, the research was more casual. I would visit a place and imagine my characters there. But for the historical novel I’m currently working on, “I Will Find You”, the...read more
My all-time favorite book as a child was Madeline L’Engle’s “A Wrinkle in Time”. I can remember sitting up in my bed, late into the night, book propped up on my knees, flashlight in hand against the “lights out” policy set out by my parents after 9pm, having been...read more
Readers always ask me if it's difficult to write sex scenes. Short answer: no. But that doesn't mean it's not a challenge! When I write about younger characters, like Ruby and Cooper, I want the emotion between them to reflect their age. The physicality may be a...read more