I love spring. Spring is flowers, sunshine, rain and hail storms, and longer days. Winter and spring is the best time for me to write. And boy did I write. I know you all are anticipating the release of Hate Game, the second book in my Cambridge High Mayhem series. However, there was a different story in my head that needed to be done first. The book is Undone. The story started as a free write project to help me get over my writer’s block.
Basically, I wrote the story without putting much thought to plot, theme, character development, etc. The point of free writing for me is to reignite the waning creative spark. Freewriting Undone did the job and I was able to write more of Hate Game. I am at the halfway point, having gotten my groove back so to say, and will most likely release Hate Game earlier than my planned late-September release.
I am so happy to be over the writer’s block hump and hope to be releasing books more often, especially in the Dumas world (Kiss Starter, Cambridge High Mayhem, Dumas University). Undone is on pre-order with a release date of May 26th. To celebrate the upcoming book release (my last book release, Give You Up, was a year ago!), my enemies-to-lovers, second chance romance, Scars to Your Beautiful, will be on sale for 0.99 from 4/29-5/6 at all major retailers. I hope you will download your copy, and I cannot wait to share with you Evey and Griffin’s story in Undone.
There is no such thing as a perfect plan.
Fleeing her homeland after it falls under martial law, Evey Constantine searches for the man who has the information she needs to reclaim her throne.
Her dead father’s instructions was simple and straightforward. Dealing with the man in question is anything but. Nightclub owner Griffin Tate is everything her father warned her he would be. Arrogant. Domineering. Ruthless. He is a man with a dark past and questionable loyalties.
Evey expected his indecent proposition the night they met. What she didn’t expect is for him to save her life or break through the shield around her heart.
Most of all, Evey didn’t count on Griffin showing her a side of him that has her thinking a dangerous thought. Is love worth giving up her crown?