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Saturday, November 5, 2016

New releases!

Congratulations to these authors on their releases! I'm certain that I'm missing some so if you know of someone I've missed, please comment and I will be happy to edit this post! Some of these books are a steal so don't wait! #OneClick

Happy weekend to you all and happy reading too!  xo, J.L.

Just An Illusion by D. Kelly http://amzn.to/2fOTzjP
I See You by Molly McAdams http://amzn.to/29r9wpu
Better Love by Daisy Prescott http:/.../amzn.to/2f3QI26
Wicked Little Words by BT Urruela & Stevie J. Cole http://amzn.to/2eV1RpF
The Huntress by Dawn Robertson & Kristen Hope Mazzola  http://amzn.to/2faJuxQ
Paparazzi by Andrea Smith http://amzn.to/2cS5id4
F*cking Awkward Holiday by *multiple authors*  http://amzn.to/2f4ZT3b
Trinity's Trust by CA Harms http://amzn.to/2fd6DPM
Christmas In The City by Donna Sabino http://amzn.to/2egJw4Z
Mr. President by Katy Evans http://amzn.to/2dYH8wj
Say You Want Me by Corrine Michaels http://amzn.to/2eTYtZ9
Hell and Back by Natasha Madison http://amzn.to/2f5iyfo
The True Story of Atticus and Hazel by Fisher Amelie http://amzn.to/2fn2o4M
Dirty by Belle Aurora http://amzn.to/2eU0KDJ
Sunshine and Rain by M. Mabie http://amzn.to/2eTZiBd
In The Wake of Wanting by Lori Otto http://amzn.to/2fn7iyJ
Tuesday, October 25, 2016

This week's NEW RELEASES and I'm in bookworm heaven!

This week has been a goldmine in terms of new releases! I've been #OneClicking away and reading as fast as my eyes will take me. I hope you pick up a few of these gems. Happy reading!


One Step Closer by Kahlen Aymes http://amzn.to/2eK0dVr

Beneath the Shadows by Meghan March http://amzn.to/2dGVoic

Paris For One by Jojo Moyes http://amzn.to/2dHGmU8

What Light by Jay Asher http://amzn.to/2dHBoal

The Promise by Melody Grace http://amzn.to/2eP3XDz

Between Here And The Horizon by Callie Hart http://amzn.to/2eExIaS

Royally Screwed by Emma Chase http://amzn.to/2eDrJpD

Twisted Palace by Erin Watt http://amzn.to/2dHBNJR

The Sexy One By Lauren Blakely http://amzn.to/2f5X6dZ

Marriage Games by CD Reiss ~ http://amzn.to/2ekqBFJ

Badd Mother*cker by Jasinda Wilder ~ http://amzn.to/2ekqXfC

Kept by Maya Banks http://amzn.to/2eJVNOj

Kaufman by Nicole Edwards http://amzn.to/2eEx3WX

Bishop’s Queen by Cristin Harber  http://amzn.to/2etgEad

Stolen Kisses by Addison Moore http://amzn.to/2fdYJW3

Scoring The Billionaire by Max Monroe http://amzn.to/2etjRqi

A Place In The Sun by R.S. Grey http://amzn.to/2e8SGxQ

The Negotiation by Sandi Lynn http://amzn.to/2e8Kd2Q

Sunday, August 30, 2015


***Here's the BIG news I've been promising!***

I'm thrilled to announce that I have teamed up with L.G. Pace III (Carved Hearts series, Vigilance) to coauthor Oculus, a brand new series. The first book, Oculus, is scheduled to release December 29, 2015. This three-book series is a dystopian romance that chronicles the lives of Sicarius and Iris and all the steam, love, tragedy, suspense, loss and inconceivable circumstance that has been packed into this series. Mark your calendar. On December 29th, you’ll have to take a "Sic day".

Most people only believe in what they can see. Born without the most basic gift of sight, I rely on my other senses to guide me. Yet, what I believe in most is a phantom that resides in my dreams.
Under the blanket of twilight, I smell him. I feel him. I hear him. I taste him. But above all else, I see him.
And I want him.
I have no evidence that he’s real. But if he isn’t, why do I wake with the taste of him on my lips? I long for someone who doesn’t exist and even if he does, he’s forbidden, dangerous.
He’s from a different world, a frightening place beyond the walls that protect me. The Dark Lands, a broken world beyond the reach of the corporate control is what’s outside the gate. A lawless hellhole full of death and chaos, where savagery thrives under the cloak of darkness.
The irony is that my phantom, the one I want so badly, seems driven to destroy everything I’ve ever known.

Add Oculus on Goodreads: http://tinyurl.com/ovyscvz
RELEASE DATE: December 29, 2015
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*Graphics by Robin Harper, Wicked By Design*
Thursday, April 3, 2014

A breakup letter...

            Two years ago I said goodbye to a woman who I had known for a long time. She and I spent so much time together. Too much time together. Years! She was a broken woman fighting demons far bigger than her and I felt burdened by having her around. I was unkind to her. I thought so little of her. It wasn’t nice. It wasn’t right. I needed to be honest with her. It was a toxic relationship. So… we broke up. This is the letter I wrote to that demon stricken woman in hopes that she'd find a way to rid herself of some of those demons. Or, at least, coexist with them peacefully. I think she figured it out ;)

 Dear Self,

There are some things you should know.

Know the difference between what you want and what you need. It’s okay to cry. It’s not okay to quit. Cry when you need to. Get it out. Get back to your feet. Don’t be afraid to fail. There are so many other things in this world worth being fearful of and failure isn’t one of them. You are your greatest ally. Don’t settle or resign yourself to less than what you want. Commit yourself to what’s important and never quit. You aren’t perfect. Stop pretending to be. Stop trying to be. Revel in your flaws. They make you, you. “What if” is a dangerous way of thinking. Don’t plague yourself with it. Listen to your gut. Your gut is smart. Be someone that you can be proud of. Whatever “it” is, let “it” go. You weren’t meant to cling to “it” like you do. Forgive. Overanalyzing things can skew your judgment. Refrain from over thinking. Most things in life are beyond your control. Revenge feels great but it’s never a good idea. Inspiration is everywhere. Look at it. You’re not responsible for the actions of others. When in doubt… breathe. You’ll be old before you know it. Start enjoying life. Giving up on your self is the worst brand of betrayal. You’ll regret it every time. Admit your mistakes then let it go. Taking time to appreciate small things can make a big difference. Thinking too much about the future can be overwhelming. You can get lost in the “not knowing.” In which case, return to yourself and think only about the present. You get what you give so be generous. Don’t be afraid to gamble but do it wisely. Take risks. The reward can be well worth the risk and even when it’s not the knowledge of your own courage is reward enough. Soak it up. Explore options. Saying things in anger almost always results in guilt. Believe in yourself and the world will too. Or they won’t. Either way, it doesn’t matter because you are your greatest fan. It’s not narcissistic. It’s necessary. A victory is a victory no matter the scale or significance. Don’t push people away or one day you’ll find that they have stopped coming around. If you have to spend more than three seconds deciding if you are making the right choice, chances are, you are making the wrong choice. Know your limitations and accept them. Make no apologies for those limitations. It is what it is. There is a big difference between your head and your heart. Figure it out. Be honest with yourself. Always. Don’t worry with being unkind to yourself. So many people in this world will do a fine job of being mean to you. Don’t do them any favors by adding to the insults. It’s good to hope. It’s not fanciful or na├»ve. Control negativity or it will control you. Explore your world. See things through. It doesn’t matter if it’s something huge or something insignificant. It’s important and gratifying to be a person of your word. Anything worth doing is worth doing the right way. Enjoy what you can. Life is hard enough, don’t you think? Have faith in something. A faithless world is a desolate sort of place that no one should ever have to endure living in. Set goals. Hold yourself accountable. Holding grudges is exhausting. Never dismiss yourself. Be decisive. Let go of the past or it will dictate the future. Play to your strengths. Know yourself. Spend time really getting to know yourself like you’d spend time getting to know a new love. There is beauty in heartache. It reminds you that you are still human. Embrace it. Challenge yourself. Don’t make excuses. Never compromise yourself, your dreams, your morals, your dignity, or your self-worth. No commodity could ever be worth having if this is the price.


What would your letter to yourself say?  
Tuesday, March 11, 2014


So... it's Teaser-Tuesday and I've got a little bit of Vital Sign for everyone. This book is set to release on April 11th! Only one month to go. Side note---> Incidentally, while writing Vital Sign I ran across an Indie artist named Mathew Mayfield. LOVE his music and highly suggest you RUN to buy your album/s now. Anyway, here is your teaser. Enjoy, lovies. 
Vital Sign 
I use to have a great life. My little world was bright. I had no complaints. My perfectly simple life made the fall from grace that much more devastating. I plummeted from the heavenly little bubble that I shared with Jake. I fell fast and hard straight into the fiery pits of hell. The knowledge of how things use to be is a bitter sweet torture that refuses me even one moment of respite. I live in a painful reverie that I can’t escape. I had it good once.
That’s gone now. All of it disappeared like vapor into the ether. I’m a lost woman, wondering through grief and struggling to come to terms with my new title; widow. My family says I need understanding and closure. I say a cigarette and a bottle of wine is a much better option for instant gratification.
I’m the awkward depressed one standing in the corner making everyone around me miserably uncomfortable. I’m the one with vacant eyes that society strives to help but can’t. I’m the one who hands out tight smiles and derisive snorts. I’m the widow adrift in this world with no direction. No meaning. No hope. No vital sign.
Sadie sets out on a journey to healing without knowing that things will get far worse before they get better. Despite her general indifference to organ donation she finds herself on a journey to seek out the only people who benefited from her husband’s tragic death.
Resentment runs rampant as she meets the thriving, organ recipients. Anger and jealousy spiral, sending the delicate structure of Sadie’s emotions into a tailspin.
Alexander McBride got a second chance--one that he didn’t necessarily want. Alexander is a game changer for Sadie. She hates him for his health but can’t help feeling at home in his presence. He soothes her grief in a way that is intoxicating; addictive even.
The heart that once fell in love with her now resides in Alexander McBride’s chest. It’s a circumstance that forces her to wage an internal war fueled by grief, anger, guilt, love, lust, and loyalty.
Sadie must discover the things that are vital to going on with her life if she has any hope of finding her way through the all-consuming grief that dominates every waking moment.

goodreads link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18687833-vital-sign

“Don’t worry. It’s solid. Doesn’t look that way to everyone else, but I know different,” Zander asserts from where he has stopped only feet from me. He has turned to face me, leaning against the same railing that my fingers are resting on. His light brown hair tousled and a single lock hanging lazily over his eyebrow. Something powerful, yet perfectly silent sheaths my mind and it’s as if Zander knows that I, somehow, relate to this boardwalk in a way that I related to the beach. Somehow he knows that a part of me wants this boardwalk to last forever even in its weathered condition.

A flicker of hope resonates through me, praying that maybe if this boardwalk could last an eon of high seas, easterly winds, and berating rains then maybe there is a chance for me too. It’s my hope. It’s my ardent prayer. My silent mantra. 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Announcement time

I said I’d make a big announcement today, so here it is. Accept Me may be pushed back. Now, before you go throwing tomatoes, and booing me, let me explain. This…

is Emma. Emma is the daughter of one of my very good friends. She was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on May 11th 2013 (Mother’s day weekend).
Her mother, Nicole, is a dear friend who I intend on helping in the only way I know how.

I can’t cure cancer, I can’t fast forward to happier times, but I can write a book and give all the proceeds to Emma and Nicole to help them kick Leukemia ass. How does this tie into the Wrecked series you ask? That’s where it’s a win-win for everyone. This novel is a spinoff of the Wrecked series. The MC is Brian/Brianna’s older sister and she has one hell of a story to share. That’s right. More of Damon, Jo, Grams, Brian, Noni, and Hemingway! Accept Me won’t be far behind this one but I will be getting this novel wrapped up first. I am thinking late summer-early fall for the release of Accept Me. I hope that I can count on you all to understand and help spread the word about this. We all love a good read and I can’t think of a better reason to buy a book than the smiling faces in these two pictures. I appreciate you all for helping in this effort. If you would like to follow Team Emma on FB here is the link. XO-Jaimi https://www.facebook.com/teamemma2013/info