Friday, January 13, 2017

Another Free Book!

I'm giving stuff away left and right, peeps! It's crazy!

Well, not really crazy. But, cool? Yep!

My standalone title Abandoned is currently PERMAFREE across all platforms. Yes! You heard that right. Permanently Free!

I want to give readers a chance to try out my writing style at no cost to them. I wasn't able to do this when I was with a publisher, and am super excited to be able to offer this to you all now.



Abandoned

When heartbreak happens over the holidays …

My name is Tierra Owens, and I like to kiss. A lot. It numbs the hollow ache in my chest and—for a few minutes—makes me forget how truly alone I am. My mother is an alcoholic. She hates me and insists I'm the reason she's not married to my father, whom I have never met. My best friend, Kaylee, is the only person who knows the real me. Everyone else sees what I want them to: a happy, confident, popular girl who has the world at her feet.

I am a fraud.

Relationships are forbidden. I avoid them at all costs. Sex? Emotions? Those things make a person vulnerable, and vulnerability always leads to heartbreak. When my childhood crush, Mattie shows up at school my world tumbles off its axis. The shell I surround myself with feels more like a pathetic crutch than a protective barrier, and I find myself wanting things. Daydreaming about what it would be like to have a boyfriend, a relationship—love.

The sad fact is: I'll never have any of those things. I am unworthy—trash. Which is why my mom abandoned me.


This book has all the feels. I cried more writing this book than any other. Not sure if I was just super emotional, or if it was the fact I really connected to the characters. Regardless, I adore Mattie and Tierra and I hope you do too.


Want to help me out? I lost all of my reviews when I left my publisher. If you feel so inclined, leave an honest review on Amazon when you finish reading. Good, or bad, reviews help authors. Thanks so much!

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