Thoroughly enjoying herself at her best friend Amanda’s wedding, Beth finds herself in an unexpected state of shock when she realizes she’s been seated next to her ex-husband, Finn, at the reception. Determined to not let this fluster her, Beth strikes up a conversation only to learn Finn isn’t the same man she walked away from.
Over the course of the weekend, Beth and Finn discover that the wounds of their failed marriage are not all that’s left. There are sparks…and hope. But just as they decide to give their relationship another try, Finn confesses a huge secret that could destroy everything he’s fought to get back—Beth, their relationship, and another chance at love.
Will Beth turn away, or will she take a leap of faith and say “I do” once (again) and for all?
I began life in Pittsburgh, writing horse stories in notebooks. After studying theater and advertising at Northwestern University, I spent my formative years as a copywriter in Manhattan. Then I landed in Colorado and accidentally wrote my contemporary romance, THROWN--featuring horses, an Olympic rider, Aspen and a movie star. It was a finalist in the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart awards. I live near Denver with my actor husband, elegant Thoroughbred mare and put-upon Portuguese water dog.
How did I accidentally write my first novel? I had been laid off and thought, "Now I have time to write my screenplay!" My husband convinced me to take a screenwriting class. After the class, I had an outline for a romantic comedy but decided to write the movie as a novel. That was THROWN. I had a blast. There was no going back. I'm currently working on JUMPED, the sequel to THROWN.