New Fiction Romance: Introducing Two Weeks in Spain!

54046868_high-resolution-front-cover_6523026My first book, Two Weeks in Spain, comes out in mid-November! I spent years thinking about Ronda’s story and watching it grow in my imagination. I didn’t know how to put it on paper. I didn’t know if I should even try.

But after two more years of staring at that Word doc on my computer screen, editing, rewriting, agonizing over details, and writing again, I’ve watched that story come to life. And it’s been worth every late night and every tension headache along the way.

The story? Ronda leaves a jumble of rocky relationships and painful memories behind to go on a two-week tour of Spain. The plan? To visit the places she’s always dreamed of visiting, soak up some sunshine, and get away from her stifling home life. When she meets one of the country’s hottest up-and-coming pop singers, Vidal, everything changes–and she finds herself ditching her plans and taking risks she never thought she would. Along the way, she uncovers a different kind of escape than she ever dreamed.

Two Weeks in Spain is more than just a whirlwind romance novel, though if you love romance you’ll definitely find it. The novella is about learning to love without holding back and daring to follow that love wherever it takes you. Though Ronda falls–hard!–for Vidal, she can’t erase her past or the ways it continues to affect her.

How does Ronda learn to deal with those conflicting emotions, and what does it mean for her and Vidal? Well, you’ll find part of that story in Two Weeks in Spain and the rest in the following two books of the series, which will be released in 2017.

Throughout this journey, I’ll be sharing sneak peaks into Ronda’s world and some of the things that inspired this book–from the songs to the landscapes that made Ronda’s story come to life for me.

Make sure to subscribe to receive email updates so you won’t miss out on any new releases! I can’t wait to see where this step of the adventure leads.

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