Paige O’Malley has been my best friend since I was five years old, but it isn’t until I come home from a summer-long football camp that I start to see her as the beautiful woman she’s turning into. And I know, without a doubt, that if I pursue something with her, it’ll be forever.
I’ve never questioned my friendship with Jack Fuller, until he came home at the end of summer and had turned into a human Adonis. Now, the boy that a part of me has always loved is turning into a man that makes my body ache in ways I didn’t know it could. But just when I think life can’t get any better, my parents make an announcement that alters the course of our lives forever.
Intentional Grounding is a steamy high school friends to lovers romance about the intensity and passion of young love. It is the prequel novella to In the Grasp, book one in the LA Wolves Series.
I’m at the top of my game, and the most notoriously private player in the league, but my personal life leaves something to be desired. I thought I’d have more accomplished by now – like a wife and family – but for nine years I’ve held onto the memory of the girl who got away. Now she’s back and I’m more determined than ever to make her mine. For good this time.
After years of working tirelessly, I just landed my dream job at the largest newspaper on the west coast. Unfortunately, that lands me in the same city as the man who broke my heart nearly a decade ago – the same one I’ve never really been able to let go of. When my editor assigns me to write an exposé on Jack, I’m forced to decide where my loyalties lie – with the career of a lifetime, or the love of my life.
In the Grasp is the first steamy standalone contemporary sports romance in the LA Wolves series. Jack and Paige’s story begins in the novella Intentional Grounding, but In the Grasp can be read on its own.
Will Edmonson and I were never supposed to be a thing. The chemistry was there. Oh, God, was it there. But he always pulled away from me right when things were heating up. Until he didn’t. Now, the closer we get, the more I fear I’ll never truly be enough for him, not after all he’s lost.
Gina Rodrigo is the woman of my dreams. And the one woman I refused to let myself have. Until I couldn’t fight it anymore. But she doesn’t know my secret, and the deeper we get, the more I know I can never really have her. I don’t deserve to. Not after what I’ve done.
Across the Middle is the second steamy standalone sports romance in the LA Wolves Series.
Releasing March 2, 2021
I’m a playboy, a modern-day Casanova. I don’t love women, I just make their orgasm dreams come true. That’s who I am. She’s the coach’s daughter and the ultimate ice princess – always cold, composed, and spoiled. We have nothing in common, until she makes a proposition I can’t turn down. I’m only human after all, and she’s hot. It doesn’t mean anything. It’s just sex.
I’ve always done what’s expected of me, but when the rug gets ripped out from under my so-called “perfect” life, I decide to finally do something for myself. He’s cocky and a total manwhore, but despite my initial objections, I can’t deny that the idea of using him to enhance my experience in the bedroom is an appealing one. I make him an offer that I expect him to scoff at – but he doesn’t. Now I’m questioning everything.
Down by Contact is a steamy standalone sports romance. It is book three in the LA Wolves series.
Releasing June 3, 2021
When my best friend asked me if his little sister could crash at my place until she got her feet under her in LA, I thought that meant I’d be roommates with the awkward girl with bright red hair, endless freckles, glasses, and braces. I was not prepared for the vixen that showed up at my door, suitcase in hand, looking NOTHING like the girl I remember. Now, she’s strutting around our place in the skimpiest shorts and tightest tank tops I’ve ever seen and I’ve never taken so many cold showers in my life. I’m trying to be noble, I really am, but the longer she stays here, the more tempted I am to take her and make her mine.
I’ve been desperately in love with Luke Carter since I was 8 years old, but he only ever looked at me like Drew’s adorkable little sister. To be fair, I was. But I’m not that awkward girl anymore. I’m a strong, confident woman who knows what she wants. If Luke thinks he can still treat me like that little girl, he better prepare himself. I plan to show Luke just what he’s been missing. I moved to LA to make my dreams of becoming a singer come true, but maybe I can finally make another dream of mine come true in the process.
Taking the Handoff is a steamy standalone sports romance. It is book four in the LA Wolves series.
Releasing September 2, 2021