Series: Fortuity Duet #1
on April 24, 2018
Cover Design: LJ Anderson, Mayhem Cover Creations
Cover Model: Pamela Tremblay Mcallen and Daniel Rengering
Cover Photographer: Sara Eirew Photography
Genres: New Adult, romance
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The only kinds of luck I knew were bad and worse...until my life hung in the balance. I finally caught a break in the form of a second chance.
I vowed not to let it go to waste.
To make a difference.
But I didn’t start really living until I met him.
My complete opposite—except for our matching tortured souls.
I couldn’t resist him for long.
How could I when his smallest touch made my heart race?
When it felt like we were destined to be together.
But sometimes luck and sorrow are intertwined...
My decision to write romance novels was heavily influenced by my mom—the person who’s responsible for me falling in love with them. I was dealing with some radical life changes, as well as helping my mom with the eleven-month process it took to get her placed on the transplant list. Reading became my escape more than ever, and that’s when I discovered indie authors.
Writing had always been a dream of mine, so I started looking into what self-publishing was all about. When I mentioned it to my mom, she was excited about something for the first time in too long. With the fear that the call from the transplant team would never come hanging over our heads, we made a deal—I’d publish within a year and she would do her best to hold onto hope and stay as healthy as possible while we waited for the call. We were extremely lucky it came only a couple months later.
I wrote part of Sucked Into Love from her hospital room and kept my side of the deal when I published Push the Envelope about nine months later. Without the desperation I felt over my mom’s health and that random conversation about indie publishing which led to our deal, I don’t know that I ever would have found the courage to fulfill my dream.
A few months later, the idea for Fortuity hit me. It’s a story close to my heart because the heroine is a transplant patient. Fortuity has been building in my head for four years, and I’m so excited to share it with everyone…especially since Fortuity will release during National Donor Awareness Month.
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