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Violet is Blue

Violet is Blue – Hothouse Book 1

A novel of secrets, passion, and betrayal…

For the past four years, 18 year old, Violet Taylor has lived her life like her deceased father would’ve wanted. Perfect grades, perfect friends, the perfect boyfriend from the right family. Except now at the end of high school, she realizes that she’s never fully lived, has never taken risks, has always taken the safe and secure road. That all changes when she breaks up with her boyfriend, takes notice of the bad boy who she once shared a kiss with, and starts receiving gifts and phone calls from a mystery guy who makes her quiver with a need she never knew she possessed…

But what started as innocent turns dark and twisted, and Violet finds herself faced with a horrible secret that could destroy everything she once knew and loved.

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Ivy in BloomIvy in Bloom – Hothouse Book 2

An island getaway turns into a lesson in passion and surrender…

After getting out of a bad relationship and dropping out of university, Ivy Watts decides she needs some much needed stress therapy. So when she discovers her parents have been invited to a luxury private island resort called Eden, she manages to finagle herself her own invitation. She expects to laze around on the beach with a drink in her hand and figure out what she wants to do with the rest of her life, but what she doesn’t expect is to learn a few life lessons from the tall, dark , older handsome man in the penthouse suite.

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Ghost of a Girl

“A beautiful love story woven with kept secrets, threaded by first love, the anguish of loss and ultimately the power of healing, told in heart-wrenching, vivid detail.” – L.D. Crichton author of The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher

Even love has its ghosts…

After the sudden tragic death of popular 17-year-old Haven Mayberry, everyone in Westside is in despair, but nobody feels more alone than outcast Daisy Wendell, who wears baggy frumpy clothes and sarcasm as an impenetrable shield. Unbeknownst to everyone in their religious town, especially Haven’s uptight mother, she and Haven were secretly best friends.

When their friendship is discovered, the students of Westside High suddenly take an interest in Daisy, particularly Haven’s close friends, Paige, Jenna and Ashley. It’s Paige who then leads the charge in trying to assimilate Daisy into the upper echelon of school society. Some think her motivations are driven by grief, but Daisy knows it’s driven by guilt. Guilt at having confronted Haven and Daisy, on the day Haven died, about the fact they weren’t just secret friends, they were secretly in love/secret lovers.

At first, Daisy resists the unwanted attention, but eventually, in her desperation to cling to Haven’s memory, she starts to communicate with her dead friend and asks for her advice. The result? She slowly loses her grip on her own identity, and becomes more popular than Haven was. Indeed, Daisy now feels as if she’s closer to Haven than ever, but in order for her to move on she must reveal the truth of their relationship and of herself to everyone who still clings to a ghost of a girl.

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