Monday, October 31, 2016

A Wedding, A Christmas Wish, And Spellbound Cake...

A fake wedding proposal a few days before Christmas leads to Jynx Jingleberry and Sully Scaggs starring in a reality wedding show.
Jynx Jingleberry is no stranger to drama – a struggling fashion designer who was kicked off Project Runway for spilling wine on Tim Gunn and almost starting the Project Runway apartment on fire, is accident prone and has resolved to prove to her parents and the residents of Sugar Hollow Harbor that she is capable of success.
Scully Scaggs owns Scully's Pizza Palace and could use the 50 thousand dollars offered by the host of Wedding Games, Cooper T. Thompson, to help his pizza business and fund some of the crazy inventions he's dreamed up.
Cooper T. Thompson hates his job as host of Wedding Games – but he is up for a job at ESPN, and if he can win the ESPN producer's wife over, he'll have the job he's always dreamed of.
And then there is Moxie Baker – waitress at the SpellBound CafĂ© who has discovered a little magic of her own – and she believes Jynx and Cooper belong together and conjures up her own little spell to bring the two together, despite the fact they can't stand each other.
A Wedding, A Christmas Wish, & Spellbound Cake is a romantic comedy that may just contain a little bit of holiday magic.

Available at Barnes and Noble Nook for .99 cents 

Available at Amazon for Kindle (2.99) 


Sunday, May 1, 2016

Something Wishful This Way Comes...

 Something Wishful This Way Comes...



Would you live your life differently if you knew that one day your deepest desire would be fulfilled?

Hollywood A-List actress Moxie Bleu is wildly successful but lonely. On the eve of her latest movie premiere, Moxie discovers she's been drugged and deceived. When a wizened old woman stops to help, Moxie finds herself confessing she feels like a fraud, undeserving of her fortune and fame. The woman offers a solution to Moxie’s unhappiness and with one wish, everything changes.

1958 homemaker Sadie Cooper is the envy of every woman in the cozy town of Honey Hollow, Pennsylvania. Married to charming Jack Cooper, the mother of two darling daughters, Sadie is well loved by family and friends. Lately, though, Sadie finds she is distracted and a bit resentful that she gave up a career in theater to get married and raise a family. One evening in July, Sadie’s sister, Kitty, talks her into visiting the old antique shop: May Contain Magic. The shop is rumored to be run by a family of sisters that have ties to Salem. Sadie soon discovers the meaning behind the name of the shop: May Contain Magic.

The next morning, Sadie and Moxie wake to find they have switched lives.
Sadie must navigate through the technological advances of the 21st century and Moxie's professional career –which is in shambles.
And Moxie finds it difficult to live in a world not constantly connected by the internet or cell phone - and that being an actress is a piece of cake compared to being a mother and wife.

Diary of Movie Star Moxie Bleu is a story about wishes coming true, the magic of friendship and family, filled with humor and includes a recipe for cookies that will surely bring a little bit of magic into every readers' life.

Available on BN.COM for Nook 2.99

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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Girl Medic - Confessions of Chaos and Calamity Behind the Lights and Sirens

Girl Medic - Laura Freed 
Laura B Freed never imagined she’d be crawling into crushed cars to start IV’s on unconscious patients or crawl on her hands and knees through a burning house to locate possible victims.
Laura was a girly girl, loved all things pink and sparkly…and hated the sight of blood and bones.
Her life did not go as she had planned, because perhaps, life had a plan of its own.
She has seen the worst in people; she had seen the best.
Laura has struggled to make sense of death and in doing so, has come to the realization that in order to understand death, first, we must understand life.
Girl Medic takes the reader on a secretive journey behind the lights and sirens. It’s a true story about accidents and destiny, and illuminates how we can find meaning in tragedy, comedy in calamity, and of course, exposes the importance of wearing clean underwear.


                                                   
                                                         
Available on Barnes & Noble Nook for 2.99
                                                               
Girl Medic on Amazon 2.99