Born and raised in small town northeast Ohio and oddly enough, still find myself there (haven't quite figured out how to leave for a warmer and sunnier climate yet). My love for writing was acquired in elementary school, when I wrote my first short story and I haven't stopped scribbling or daydreaming since.
When I'm not busy hammering away at my trusty laptop, I'm enjoying one of my two daughter's softball or soccer games, rooting for my favorite sports teams with my husband of eighteen years (Go Browns) or devouring a good book.
The Greek Tycoon's Revenge
Five years after his brother’s untimely death, Greek tycoon, Nikos Karasphalous, is within striking distance of his long awaited revenge against the nefarious Adriana Secreste. The little, redheaded, vixen is responsible for his brother’s death and Nikos is hell bent on destroying her for her treachery.
By a sick twist of his own brother’s hand, Nikos and Adriana are forced to marry in order for him to retain majority ownership in his family’s multi-millon dollar company and for her to safeguard her estranged family’s very survival. Adriana’s brutal childhood at the hands of her sadistic stepfather was once powerful enough alone to push the fiery beauty to the edge of her sanity, add to it the smoldering attraction flaring between her and Nikos and it’s a full blown recipe for disaster.
After a very difficult month together, Nikos finds himself married to a woman nothing like the picture depicted on the puzzle box. Adriana is a complex mix of colors in his stark black and white world and she brings a sense of vibrancy to his normally dull and dreary existence that allows the two to begin to envision a future together they never thought possible.
But when a devastatingly complex secret arises from his brother’s past, that has the power to change Nikos’s perception and his world forever, will the grand architect behind the ultimate betrayal be revealed and destroy their future together, or can the love they have found together conquer the demons of their shared past.