Go ahead and judge these books by their covers, because they are fabulous!
The moment Leila meets top Miami realtor Nicolas Adrian – she’s headed down a road of no return…
When their explosive attraction cumulates in a night of intense passion, she proposes a brief fling that must end when Nick leaves town in just eight weeks. But on the eve of his departure, he turns the tables… and their clandestine affair ends in bitter regrets.
A year later, Nick is back in Miami and he still feels the sting of Leila’s rejection. As they give into long-suppressed desire, Nick’s plan to win her back is threatened by professional rivalry. With even more at stake this time around, can Nick seal the deal and make Leila his forever?
Event planner Sofia Silva is hiding a big secret…
No one can know that her engagement to her deceitful fiancé is over. Until she meets charismatic newcomer Jonathan Gunther. Jon moved to Miami for a life of waterfront properties, convertibles, and no emotional entanglements. When he invites Sofia to lay low at his house, their undeniable attraction explodes . . . but will her dilemma ruin their chance at forever?
I write books for people who are stuck at home or on a bus commuting to work, a hospital, a plane or the DMV. I hope my readers see themselves reflected in my work, as villains and as heroes. And I hope for a few hours to change the color of their skies.
It was a thrill and an honor for Unconditionally Mine to have been chosen as one of 50 must-read romance novels by Latinx authors.
In anticipation of the 35th anniversary of Miami Book Fair International, I had the pleasure to sit for this interview.
EXCLUSIVELY YOURS featured in the April 2018 issue of Kirkus: THE WOMAN ISSUE
In my debut novel, Exclusively Yours (March 2018), I adopted a mixed salad approach to diversity. My heroine, Leila, is Afro-Caribbean; Brie, her protégé is African- American; and Sofia, her best friend, is Latina. Leila’s love interest, Nicolas, is the child of Canadian snowbirds. I tossed it all in.
Writing is the thing I do just for me. In all ways it should bring me joy.
No big reveal here: Hollywood is no longer churning out romantic comedies. That prompted me to write my own...