For My Readers

I finally managed to get through the re-editing of the first book in the Crescent Creek series, All Those Miles I Walked. A lot of new eyes read it, and a lot was fixed. I am very proud with the result. There are people I see commenting and reading my posts since the beginning, and to those people I give my thanks.

Also, I’d like to share the new, better version of the book. The story hasn’t changed, but it sure is shinier! If you care to read the story, send me an email, I’ll be happy to send you the book. No strings, no money. Just happy to be done with it and share until the end of the month.

This is the story.

At eighteen, DJ made a choice–her heart or her dreams. Neither was wrong, yet both would break her heart. She chose her dreams. Over a decade later, she returns to Crescent Creek and to the one regret she’s ever had–Scott.
Scott’s always been as steady as a rocky reef. He loved DJ and when she’d left, that strong heart had crumbled like a sandcastle. Now DJ is back, and Scott wants nothing to do with her. If only Eva, his and DJ’s old friend, didn’t need their help. Because of her, he’s stuck with DJ, and damn it, the woman still gets under his skin.
DJ is a free spirit who needs the road under her feet. Scott is a family man who wants to groom his roots. With danger on their doorstep and a baby to keep safe, how much are they willing to compromise for love? 

From the Readers:
“This story has body and soul. There is so much life and joy in it. It is a pleasure to read.”
“Her ability to craft a romance that you can just settle into is amazing. There is humor, adventure, life, suspense, and sexual tension – no – make that simmering sexual tension that is just about to hit the boiling point.”

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