My Baby Comes Home!

I remember the day I put the finishing touches on this novel. I took a ride in an ambulance to a 48 hour vacation in the hospital. At first, we thought it was a heart attack and that this book would never be published. It was all just stress, anxiety, and excessive drinking. Trying to live like Hunter S. Thompson wasn’t a good fit for me. I’m sure he’d disagree.

Finally, after all this time, and knee deep into ‘No Shave November’…I’m holding it in my hands. The long awaited sequel to A Taste of Home is still 15 days away but I have mine. It looks pretty damn good sitting next to the others but this one is different. I poured massive amounts of love into what award winning author Linda Anthony Hill calls “Outstanding”! 

Synopsis: 

A Curse Beyond Comprehension.

A Power Beyond Belief.

A Girl Far From Home.

Katie Liberman is your typical eighteen-year-old college student…or at least that’s what her family thinks. Picking up five years after the events of A Taste of Home, Katie has dropped out of school and embarked upon a dangerous quest to find Kurt Jimmerson, the New York City attorney responsible for her family’s werewolf curse. Unknown to her, the attorney’s grip on the ‘City That Never Sleeps’ is tighter than imagined and she’ll need any and all help available to be victorious. But… where do you find friends when you’re Far From Home?

Next? And Hell Follows releases on January 15th 2019, Extinguished is ready to go to the publisher, and Home Sweet Home (book 3) has been outlined. Special thanks to everyone who has supported me to this point. I love every single one of you!

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