Rick and Abby grew up together, became best friends, and ultimately fell in love. Circumstance tore them apart in their early teens, though, and they went on to lives less idyllic than they dreamed about in those early days. Rick has had a very successful career, but his marriage flat-lined. Abby has a magical daughter, Paige, but Paige`s father nearly destroyed Abby`s spirit.
Now fate has thrown Rick and Abby together again. In their early thirties, they are more world-weary than they were as kids. But their relationship still shimmers, and they`re hungry to make up for lost time. However, Paige, now nine, is not nearly as enthusiastic. She`s very protective of the life she`s made with her mother and not open to the duo becoming a trio. Meanwhile, Rick has very little experience dealing with kids and doesn`t know how to handle Paige. This leaves Abby caught between the two people who matter the most to her. What happens when the life you`ve dreamed of remains just inches from your grasp?
Speaking of putting pen to paper, curious minds want to know...what IS your preferred method of getting out that first rough draft? (Pen/pencil and paper? Laptop? Smartphone? Typewriter? Etc.)
Quid pro quo…
…favorite color? blue
...favorite food? seafood pasta
…favorite pastime? hanging with my kids
The last book I read was… Blue by Lou Aronica
Something I wish I knew then that I know now… we never get what we wish for; we get what we work for…and great things come to those who work hard…so STOP WORRYING!
Final thoughts…I am so grateful to take this journey with each and every one of my readers!