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TODAY. IS. THE. DAY! Like all release days, this part scary and exciting. The result of so much hard work, sleepless nights, and endless drive, something I'll never get enough of. Writing character driven stories has always been my passion and The Asylum Fight Club has everything I love about really diving deep on an exciting new journey. Seriously, you NEED this book! GRAB THE BOOK HERE: In other news, you can preview BEYOND JUSTICE (The Asylum Book Two) at the end of book one and pre-order TODAY! COMING DECEMBER 24th      Raised and trained by The Asylum Fight Club’s most infamous owner, Reed Dane is almost untouchable. Might sound dope, but there are disadvantages to his ‘privileged’ status. His guardian’s reputation makes a serious relationship impossible—turns out the club’s members are addicted to breathing—and the one man Reed truly wants sees him only as a stray his former lover brought home. An endless string of one-night stands lack

Flawed Justice The Asylum Book 1 Book Trailer


THIS. IS. EVERYTHING. New release of the CENTURY!

This career of mine has been an insane journey full of ups and downs, triumphs, the love of the words and stories and coming at writing every one with my own voice, as I meet the next character and fall in love. A love so strong that I want to know who they are and follow them down their path to a HEA (or a HFN sometimes if they make things complicated! lol) One thing I never thought I'd be able to do was write with another author. Their voice would have to flow well with mine. They'd have to share my passion. My need to always put character first and dismiss the ideas of: Does this fit to market? Are we following the right trends? Could this BE THE NEXT (insert pop book). After reading The Hollywood Series I was absolutely hooked. The characters were so vivid, the stories were deep and exciting and tugged at my heart. I'd never spoken to Tibby Armstrong before, but I reached out to her to tell her how much I loved her books. Then...I thought, "I could wr