Hi, everyone! I am adding a real post with this but wanted to share since I'm so excited. Here's the blurb for Cross the Line:
Leslie thought she had it all, until Chris showed her the rest.
Another move and a bigger paycheck are all Leslie Teague depends on. Living the ‘no strings’ attached lifestyle has always worked for her…until she arrives in Phoenix.
She doesn’t like bad boy types of men, so why can’t she keep her hands off Chris Matthews, who also just happens to be her new neighbor?
Content warning, this book contains a fulfilled fantasy, adult language, and a life saved.
Cross the Line will be out in July. Now it's time to move on to the rest of the post. Writing and college. Do they mix? Here's the deal, I'm a full time college student and have been for way too long! I lived in a small town in Arizona and ran a small daycare. I wanted to expand and open a preschool so I started going for my early childhood education degree. I moved to Phoenix and there really isn't a need for more programs like what I wanted to start. I eventually closed my daycare down. Now I'm rethinking my ECE degree and while doing that, I'm taking random classes like American Justice Studies. This coming semester I'll be taking Crime Scene Investigation even though I don't have any desire to into police work.
So why on earth am I still in school then? I am so close to a degree and don't want my time and energy to go to waste. I am 1 math (YUCK!) and 1 science class away from a degree and have enough credits for three different ones... I just need to take those 2 classes and pick 1! One good thing about taking these random classes is that I get a bunch of new ideas for books.
Speaking of which... I have schoolwork to do. Talk to you soon,