Risk averse attorney Mallory Moore is assigned the one case she would rather die than work on–a bizarre divorce for one of the law firm’s wealthiest clients. Her love-struck paralegal, Amanda, wants to expedite the process so she can date the client, but the client does not want the divorce. Mallory must settle the case before it gets out of hand while fending off romantic advances from opposing counsel and keeping his mother, who happens to be his client, out of jail. Filing a simple quickie divorce has never been more difficult.
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How can Ann Jones be a widow before her husband’s even dead? Ann has a strange and foreboding glimpse of her future life—her beloved husband dies suddenly…and questionably, she finds love again and is deliriously happy. But at what price?
About Alex Bailey:
Alex Bailey was a bored writer/editor of documents as monotonous as vacuum cleaner manuals. She left that life behind to create more exciting worlds than the one she lived in. The Future Memoir of Ann Jones is the first book under her assumed identity. She also publishes children’s books under the name of Hoot N. Holler. When Alex is not listening to friends reveal wild stories about their future, she tends to her organic garden while belting out show tunes. Alex and her husband started the garden with the intent to donate fresh organic food to their local food bank, and so far, it has been a smashing success. Ironically, Alex does not have the patience to sit still long enough to knit. But, some of her favorite hobbies include: embarrassing her children in public with her rhythmically-challenged dancing, cleaning the small disc around the stopper of the bathroom sink, and dallying. She’d love to tell you more about herself, but as you know, she is incognito so as not to reveal the true identify of her friend, Ann Jones.
What inspires you to write?
I'm not inspired, exactly. More like, compelled. There's this deep driving force inside me, as if the stories themselves are forcing themselves out into the world.
Tell us about your writing process.
My process is all over the place. An idea is itching to be released. I have a sudden urgent need to write it down. Sometimes it's on the back of a grocery store receipt or a napkin. Then, I put it aside with the thousands of others and see which idea fights the strongest in the battle for next story winner. When it emerges, I try very hard to outline. Sometimes this works. Sometimes, the story wants to be told in a way that even I don't know the direction it's heading. When it takes over in this manner, I've learned to give in, it's not worth the fight, because I will give in eventually.
How do you develop your characters?
Well, since Ann told me the story about her future vision and described it in detail, the only person who 'spoke to me' was Ann herself. But for other stories, I usually have an inkling at the beginning of the story of where I want them to end up. And this lasts for a minute until they tell me to talk to the hand and go their own way. Characters can be so fussy like that.
Who are your favorite authors?
It's hard to say which is my favorite; I love many: Charles Dickens, JK Rowling, Cecelia Ahern, Stephen King, H.G. Wells, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, my daughters, J.R.R. Tolkien, Philip Pullman, Fredrik Backman, Ray Bradbury, Sophie Kinsella, Arthur C. Clarke to name a few.
What genres do you write?: Stories with a splash of magic (romance, mystery, suspense)
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print
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The only thing worse than getting stuck with a bad client is falling in love with him.
Candace Gleason passed the bar, landed a great job, and is making a killer salary–basically, all of her dreams are coming true. Until she’s assigned to keep the boss’s petulant son out of trouble.
Jack Morrison is the rebellious black sheep of a mighty real estate family. He runs a nonprofit whose mission is to save poor people from evil corporations, like the one his own family owns. He is obnoxious, ridiculously charming, and insanely hot. He is the bane of Candace’s very existence.
Sparks fly from the moment they meet. Candace suddenly has more to worry about than keeping Jack out of jail. She has to keep him out of her heart.
Avery Moore writes about romance, but she sure as hell doesn’t live it. Blake Patterson has no trouble getting women. In fact, as the owner of a popular club, women are practically throwing themselves at him.
They couldn’t be further from each other’s type, but when a solid friendship is formed, little by little the lines become blurred.
In this struggle between friendship and love, the desire between them becomes too much to resist.
What happens when your friend suddenly becomes So Much More?
For most people, Christmas is a time of joy and anticipation. But when a freak accident robs Gracie of her memory, the lines between reality and fantasy blur. Now there’s only one gift Gracie wants for Christmas and the only man who can bring it, is not Santa.
Remember makes a wonderful Christmas story. It embodies the Christmas spirit in the faith the characters try to hold onto, the hope that each character keeps within their hearts, and the love that is just waiting for the characters to see. Jessica L. Quiethouse Editing
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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love sweet romances. They bring a smile to your face, a gladness in the heart, and gut wrenching grief. Love is like a breath of fresh air. It is endearing, poignant, and captivating.
This is the final installment in the ‘Love on the Rocks’ series and it is best read after the other four books in the series.
Alonso Ruiz is sober and back on the road with Hank Tolk and Sean Rush for a North American tour. He’s given up booze, but not women. And when he meets the stiff and proper Vending Manager, Sharyl, he sees a challenge.
Sharyl is Alonso’s polar opposite, and he is intrigued by her, so much so that he doesn’t want just a short fling. He wants more.
But Sharyl keeps her relationship with Alonso a secret from her uptight family. And Alonso has a secret of his own.
When Sharyl’s family finds out what Alonso is hiding, they attempt to put an end to all that Alonso holds dear. With the help of his beloved friends, Alonso has to fight for what he wants most in the world.
The fifth and final installment of the ‘Love on Tour’ series brings back the whole gang for another sweet, funny and wild ride.
When best friend’s Petunia and Mason find themselves in a bind, marriage seems like the perfect solution. There’s a list of rules they need to follow to make the marriage believable.
Step 1: Pitch the deal &Tell the Folks
Step 2: Be seen out and about together
Step 3: Date, Date & Date some more
Step 4: Your Place or Mine? ( Move in together)
Step 5: The Proposal
Step Six: Fulfill the contract
Warning: Do not Fall in love
The unspoken law of a contract marriage is to not fall in love. The rule’s been broken and now hearts may soon follow.
Dani Roberts is a humble park ranger with a dark relationship past. To avoid dealing with her future, she hits the road for a little adventure. In a lonely cafe in the middle of the nowhere Nevada she runs into two rock stars. Given the current lack of direction in her life, she accepts a ride on their tour bus.
Hank Tolk is certainly her type, and definitely a terrible player. Sean Rush is a bigger-than-life, scary-looking, tattooed monster of a man. She has no intention of hooking up with either of them, but when disaster strikes, one of these rockers snags her heart.
If things were different, falling in love might be simple, but Dani has demons to wrestle with before she can be with a man who has the world at his feet.
Love on the Rocks is a classic story of an ordinary girl meeting an extraordinary man. It is peppered with humor, sweetness, and a touch of sexy. This journey of self-discovery, friendship and love will make you want to jump on the tour bus for the long haul.