I’m a self-published author and freelance writer known for my short stories, nostalgic pieces and newspaper features. By combining my passion for fiction and love of storytelling, I’ve found a new voice in writing romance novels.
I live north of Boston with my husband. When I’m not writing, I enjoy time with family, creating stories with my ten-year-old granddaughter and trips to New Hampshire, Maine and Disneyworld.
I’m currently working on Worth Waiting For, book two of my series about Tucker’s Landing, a small coastal town on the North Shore of Massachusetts.
I’m a member of the Independent Author Network, Romance Writers of America and The Red Rock Rewriters. I love hearing from readers. You may contact me through my website or via email.
Romance writer, Grace Madden stumbles across an old journal and a stack of letters from the man who shattered her dreams when he returned from Iraq, broke their engagement and left Massachusetts with no explanation. Reading his letters brings back the unanswered question of why he broke up with her. Memories she tucked away in a corner of her heart, over two decades ago, resurface. Realizing she never got over him, the well-known author tries to find closure. She writes LOVING DANIEL to tell the story she’s kept inside of her all these years.
When Aidan McRae reads it, he is convinced the story is about him and has to know why she wrote it. He learns she’s doing an author event at a bookstore near his home in Maine and plans a surprise visit. He persuades her to have lunch with him. Hoping to find her answer, she accepts his invitation to spend the next day in Ogunquit, the small coastal town they visited as kids. An innocent kiss leads to feelings neither of them can deny.
October In New York
October In New York is about chance meetings and the unconventional love affair of two people destined to be together.
Gwendolyn North and Thomas Winslow meet late one night in New York City when they get stuck in an elevator at their hotel. After an hour alone with her, trapped between floors, the handsome, reserved businessman from Chicago is intrigued by the lovely, free-spirited artist from Massachusetts and invites her to have a drink with him in the lounge. The attraction between them grows stronger over the next six days, until a lie threatens to destroy any chance of a relationship.
Both have been disappointed with love in the past. Unable to deny their feelings, they follow their hearts and face the obstacles of a seemingly futile romance.