Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release date: Thanksgiving day
Twenty year old Jenna Clausen has one chance to change her life… and she is going to take it.
Leaving the darkness of her life two hundred miles behind her, Jenna arrives at the one place that could save her…college.
Pushing her fears aside while gathering all of her courage, she steps out into her new life, and right into the sights of Cale Davis.
Cale is part of the most elite house on campus simply called, The Brotherhood. It’s an exclusive house with one rule for membership, either you are born into The Brotherhood or you’re not. Cale makes it a priority to get what he wants…and he wants Jenna. He sets a plan into motion to make Jenna his.
There is however, one flaw to Cale’s plan, Ryan Kitson. Also a fellow Brother in the House, he is a Cale- approved study partner for Jenna. But when her feelings for Ryan start to grow, Jenna has another decision to make….one she couldn't possibly have understood the dangers of.
She suddenly finds herself engulfed by a lifestyle so dark and twisted she can’t find a way out. On the run and unsure who to trust, she spirals deeper and deeper into her nightmare. Jenna struggles to put all the pieces together until it finally becomes clear… The decision she made to save her life, might actually be the one that ends it.
If they had known about ADHD when I was little, my Ritalin dosage would've been OFF THE CHARTS!! It probably goes without saying that I spent A LOT of time by myself after they moved my desk out into the hallway.. silver lining....with all that alone time on my hands, I had to use my imagination to make the world interesting!
When I was little they said I had an "active imagination",in elementary school I was a "daydreamer". The high school teachers said I "needed to learn how to focus". When I got in college people said I needed to "buckle down"... and when I started to have kids they said I needed to "grow up."
So that is what I did, I grew up, got married and had 5 kids. I work as a full time nurse, am active in my church, cart small humans to school, football, theater, dance ect.
I write every chance I get because now they say I'm "talented".
Hug your kids and embrace their differences.. love them for who they are because someday, those traits that you think are struggles now... will be what makes them the happiest!