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I am the New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon Best Selling author of The Proposition, Proposal, Music of the Heart, and Nets and Lies. I am represented by Jane Dystel of Dystel and Goderich for all books except for Proposition and Proposal.
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Thursday, January 23, 2014

What Else Is Happening for Me in 2014? Vicious Cycle, that's what!

So if you follow me on Facebook, you know in the last year I became quite obsessed with Sons of Anarchy. After watching and rewatching the show, an idea started to percolate in my head. For awhile, I tried to ignore it. I mean, I had enough to focus on writing wise. But the idea wouldn't leave me alone. Finally, I decided to embrace and indulge it, and I came up with a blurb. As more and more scenes came to me, I decided, oh what the hell. I like to stretch with my writing--go places I haven't been before and write characters I would never dream of.

That is where Vicious Cycle came from. I'm hoping to have it out late Spring/early summer.

Here's the cover and blurb

David aka ‘Deacon’ Malloy has devoted his adult life to the Hell’s Raiders motorcycle club. Plucked off the streets as a teenager for his fighting ability, he willing embraces the violent life-style of his new family. After his adoptive father’s murder during the last club war, he slid into the vacated role of Sergeant at Arms. His world is thrown for a loop when a former club whore dies, and the five year old daughter he had no idea he had fathered is deposited on the club steps.

Alexandra Evans followed in her parents’ footsteps by going into education. As a Kindergarten teacher, she loves helping her young students learn to read and write. At the start of the school year, one little girl stands out to her above all the rest. With an aura of sadness about her, Willow Malloy is someone who needs all the tender loving care Alexandra can give. When she suddenly stops coming to school, Alexandra goes in search of her. What she finds is a clubhouse full of bikers, and a father hell bent on keeping his daughter always within his sight during a turf war.

The moment Deacon lays eyes on Alexandra he knows he has to have her. He doesn’t give two shits about the fact she’s a na├»ve civilian or that she has no desire to become another one of his conquests. He’s never found a woman he couldn’t have, and he wants nothing more to persuade Alexandra into changing her mind.

Will Deacon seduce Alexandra into his dark world, or will she help him embrace a brighter future for himself and his daughter?

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