Mia Anderson is a pastor's daughter who believes prayer and small acts of kindness can change the world. She never imagined that a pen pal program with a nearby prison would force her to reexamine everything she believed about her faith and her future.
Gabriel Myers was a spoiled rich kid with an attitude his parents didn't have time to tame. When they sent him away and into the care of his fanatically religious uncle, they set in motion a chain of events that left his father dead and sixteen year old Gabriel on trial for murder. Twelve years later, he's still struggling with the blood on his conscience.
When reluctant friendship turns to seemingly ill-fated love, they'll have to decide what they're wiling to risk for a chance at happiness.
Deliver Me is a hopeful story of love and redemption but it deals heavy and potentially triggering themes throughout. Though many (not all) of the topics listed here occur in the past or happen off page, the themes are often still extensively discussed in the present as the characters deal with and overcome their traumas and past hurts. Please proceed with your mental health and personal well-being in mind. If you feel that I have missed a topic that should have been included here, please feel free to contact me through the contact form on this website.
Potentially triggering subjects include, but may not be limited to:
-Christian Religious Fundamentalism/Extremism
-The US Prison System
Releasing March 12th, 2024
Eloise Mason keeps everything arranged to her exacting standards. A stable job, a non-existent dating life, and a perfectly maintained home in just the right neighborhood. Nothing unexpected ever happens and that's how she likes it.
All of that changes when Ethan Callaghan moves in next door. Late-night parties, roaring motorcycle engines, and smiles were nowhere on her schedule and she isn't in a hurry to forgive him when he causes a scene in front of the neighbors.
She hates him until she can't anymore, but when someone close to her is murdered, it becomes apparent that her softening heart is more of a threat than she realized. As the stakes rise and the killer closes in, Eloise will have to decide if trusting Ethan will save her life or be a death sentence.
Death Sentence is somewhat different in tone than my first book, but it still deal with difficult topics that may be upsetting for some readers. Topics are listed here to here to help each reader make an informed decision about whether to engage with this story, but will contain potential spoilers. If you feel I've missed a warning that should have been included, feel free to let me using the contact form on this website.
Potentially triggering topics include, but are not limited to:
-Difficult parent/adult child relationships
-Intimate partner violence (not between the main couple)
-Mentions of children/teens experiencing abuse
-Mentions of the foster care system
-Mentions of the juvenile detention system
-Various forms of violent and nonviolent criminal activity
-Explicit Sexual Content
The Widow's Point Duology
Releasing 2025 and 2026
Grayson Barlow has spent the last twelve years running from his past. Now his grandfather is dead and he's got no choice but to return to the one place he never wanted to see again. Barlow House still holds all his most painful memories, but time has brought changes far beyond the death that brought Grayson home. Not only does his grandmother have a pretty new live-in caretaker that's determined to hate him for running away all those years ago, everyone he meets seems to be keeping secrets about what happened the night George Barlow drowned.
Becka Simmons has finally found a home in Barlow House. Taking care of Grayson's grandmother is more than a job to her, it's an act of love for yet one more person Becka has vowed to protect. The type of woman to throw punches first and ask questions later, Becka isn't going to let anyone hurt the people she cares about. That applies to Grayson as much as it had for George, the man who'd once turned Barlow House into a house of horrors.
Instant adversaries after a meeting full of mutual dislike, they are bound only by their shared concern for Barlow House and the now widowed woman who owns it. As questions about George's death linger and a figure from Becka's past forces them both to confront aspects of themselves they'd rather avoid, they will have to choose to run from their newly awakening passion or embrace it.
Can't get enough of Widow's Point? More information about Payton and Henry's story coming soon!