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I am a very quiet person that dabbles in many hobbies.  I have found writing to be my passion to take me away from my stress and help me relax.  Very family oriented, I enjoy spending time with family and friends doing a big cookout or just having a good round of sister talk with the girls. I take each and blessing as a gift and never question why things happen.  We have to take the good with the bad to complete ourselves as a person.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

New Release: Love At Camp Black Bear Is Now Available

Love At Camp Black Bear is now available at Amazon, BN and Allromanceebooks.com. It's not a shifter romance but a romance between a man who wants to escape big city life and live quietly and a young woman that is trying to escape her haunting past. Pick up a copy today and start reading tonight.
James ‘Jimmy’ Town has had enough of the hustle and bustle of city life and feels life is too short to be stressed and unhappy. He decides to step away from the bright lights of New York City and a career that could land him on the judicial branch with the help of his political family. Bagging the career and leaving behind his parents and girlfriend, Jimmy retreats to his roots at Black Bear Mountain in Salamanca, NY.

Aspen Burkes had what most women her age dreamed of achieving. Once a top CNN traveling reporter and now the Director of Marketing at Devon Media, Inc., she is carefree and doesn’t need a man to take care of her. Well, on the outside, it appears that way. Aspen’s closet holds many skeletons that even her parents were not aware of. Her haunting past has turned her into a hermit and afraid to let anyone close to her. But that could change during a week-long retreat at Camp Black Bear.

A vision and a proposition cause Jimmy to approach Aspen. He’s instantly attracted to the African-American city girl. She seems interested but is evasive, which confuses him. Will the former attorney and the beautiful marketing specialist find love at Camp Black Bear, or will it be business as usual?

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