For More Book 4 Haven

The wait is almost over – coming September 2021

Haven is off for its final edits I can’t wait to share Remy and Shea’s story with you. There are many twists and turns and bumps in the road as they go on through their journey to happily ever after.


You stole my heart with your adorable face and sweet disposition. You’ve barely been gone 24 hours but the hole you left in my heart is jagged, its edges too harsh to the touch. Though I know we saved you great suffering it doesn’t make your being gone any easier.


So I had another thought all picked out for today but then I saw this comment posted on online that said “I’m getting fed up with this whole Caitlyn Jenner bullshit. I’m sick of seeing people support this ridiculous “i can be whoever i want to be” behavior. Sometimes in life you don’t always get what you want. If you’re born a man, you will NEVER BE A WOMAN and vice versa. Just accept it!.” It got me thinking. You may not support the choice that Caitlyn has made. You may not understand the choice that she has made, you may not even want to see the media post about it. (I think it has turned into a bit of a circus), but here’s the thing. It NEEDS to be a circus. Sometimes the only way to bring change is to bring an issue into sharp focus. I have a fairly easy life I don’t truly understand what it is like to struggle with things like racism or intolerance, but posing on the cover made complete sense to me as sort of a way to say hello world here I am. Hopefully the world takes a good long look and then lets Caitlyn get on with life.

I can’t imagine what it would be like to go through life feeling like you didn’t fit into your own skin or identify with your gender. A response to the post above said when is it a big deal that someone is not happy?

This I have battled with depression touches so many people and often people feel it’s their only way out of what seems an impossible situation. So if reading Caitlyn’s story helps even one person then it’s worth it, because we ALL deserve to be happy in whatever form that takes. You should never try to take that from another person regardless of their different beliefs or lifestyle. If you can’t handle it just remember it’s not your circus and these are not your monkeys.

Above all the good thing about an opinion is that everyone is entitled to one of their own. #callmecaitlyn.

Four Star Review

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So if you haven’t read it yet. Here’s a review to wet you appetite.

Reviewed by Delta

Santa visits in springtime in WISH LIST, and he’s giving everyone what they want!

Allison Thacker is dragging through life with a job she hates for a grandfather who hates her, and lamenting the fact that she’s got no real world experience to help make up the stories in the erotic books she writes. After a drunken night with her BFF, they make a list of what would be on her letter to Santa, and coworker Marcus Brighton is right at the top! When the note *somehow* ends up in Marcus’ hands, he can’t believe his eyes! He’s been lusting after the blue-eyed beauty for months! And as luck would have it, his BFF Jackson is just the man to help with Allie’s menage line item as well.

WISH LIST is the first offering in the For More series and it was soooo yummy! Marcus and Jackson…how hot are they!? Since this was a fairly short read at just over 100 pages, the author jumped pretty quickly into a hot and heavy relationship between the three of them and I loved every minute of it. Not every novella makes that quick leap from handshakes to shaking the headboard so seamlessly, but this was well done.

Poor Allie couldn’t stand up to her grandfather and had so much survivor’s guilt that she was utterly miserable. Marcus and Jackson were a bit underhanded but their hearts were in the right place. The chemistry between Marcus and Jackson was just as good as their connection to Allie (I would personally have enjoyed a bit of MM lovin’ to have my own wish list granted)! The sex scenes were so hot, but the story was just as good. I couldn’t imagine the life that Allie lived, with a horrid grandfather and no immediate family members left. I’m really looking forward to the next book in this series!

Bottom Line: A tasty yet tasteful MFM read you should put on your own wish list.

As always thanks for reading