This part of my website allows readers to create a login (username/password). I know... I know... You’re probably saying, "I have enough passwords to remember. I’ve only had so many cats in my life to use as password inspiration, so I can’t just come up with a new password idea whenever, Nicole."
Trust me, I’ve been there. Whenever my wife wants to change a password on an account, we have a very "serious" discussion where I ask her not to because I can’t remember yet another one, and she does it anyway because she’s in charge.
However, doing this allows me to do some cool things that I wouldn’t be able to do otherwise. So, the decision is entirely yours. You can remain a newsletter subscriber and still receive news on the regular (no change for the newsletters subscribers) or you can decide to use the street you grew up on + your favorite TV show as a new password for the login section of my site.
These benefits are featured and updated as we go. Make sure to note expiration dates on content if it has one, and feel free to send me any ideas you have as well. I want to make you having to create yet another password worth it.
Novella: "Cabin Crasher"
A year after having her heart broken by the woman she thought she’d spend the rest of her life with, Chloe is celebrating the anniversary of that heartbreak by spending a couple of weeks alone in a remote mountain cabin. Preferring to keep her life controlled and liking things to be planned, she’s unpleasantly surprised when a knock at her door changes the two weeks of isolation she’d planned for herself.
When a snowstorm knocks out the power in the remote cabin she’d rented for a week after a press scandal, Savannah goes to the only other cabin she can find on the mountain, hoping that someone inside will rescue her from the fast-approaching blizzard. The pop star, known around the world, hasn’t exactly planned for a blizzard or a hike through the woods, and the woman she meets at her rescue cabin seems to not want to be disturbed.
In this opposites-attract, forced-proximity novella, you’ll watch Chloe take down a few walls as she and Savannah grow close in a winter storm.
Emily & Alison: a "Finding a Keeper" novella
When I wrote “Finding a Keeper” and my wife read the first draft, she said, “You know people are going to want a story about Emily and Alison, right?”
Well, she was right. People have messaged and reviewed, asking about a story for Emily and Alison.
If you haven’t read “Finding a Keeper” yet, you might want to. You’ll understand some of the timeline if you do, but if you haven’t, you can still hang out with Emily and Alison and watch them fall in love.
NOTE: If you want to have this story on your Kindle, it's part of the Sports Series: Complete Edition
When a book ends with two people in love, sometimes, we get to see the characters move in together, get engaged, get married, have kids, or start all over in another city. In some of my books, the couples get engaged, while in others, they take some of those different steps.
I write the endings that I think would be perfect for those characters. Then, I often catch myself wondering how they got engaged. Who proposed? How did she do it? Since I only write that moment in some of my books, I decided to write the proposal scenes for the books that didn’t include them.
It gives you a glimpse into one of the most important moments in the lives of these characters. I hope you enjoy one more moment of love between two women as they share their lives together.
Charlie & Hailey (Just Tell Her)
Kenna and Ripley (The Fire)
Dylan & Ada (The Disappeared)
Macon & Joanna (Macon's Heart)
Hillary & Amara (This Above All)
Kellan & Reese (Keep Tahoe Blue)
Kinsley & Riley (Time of Day)
Adler & Morgan (The Perfect View)
Chris & Paxton (Begin Again)
Dani & Peyton (No After You)
Kenzie & Lennox (All the Love Songs)
NOTE: If you want to own Proposals on Kindle, here's where you can find this edition.