Today I’ve relaunched the first three books in the Wynter Wild series with all-new covers aimed at the women’s fiction market. You can purchase the books from Amazon, or read them for free with a Kindle unlimited subscription.
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She’s about to turn their lives upside down…
On a freezing Seattle night, teenager Wynter shows up on Caleb’s doorstep in shorts and sandals, seeking help. Seeking sanctuary. Claiming to be his sister.
Caleb—Coast Guard hero with the perfect girlfriend—practically raised his two younger brothers. He always plays by the rules. He always wins. His duty is clear: give his little sister a home.
Pancakes for breakfast, rock music in the basement… Wynter knows she belongs here.
But when the authorities step in, will Caleb realize he needs to bend the rules? His brothers could teach him a thing or two about that…
Jesse—freshman science wiz and a legend in his own mind—takes on the momentous task of educating Wynter. Indio—talented musician with a sarcastic tongue to hide his pain—could be her role model, but he’s more interested in getting wasted than coming home for the weekend. These two young men are still growing up, but they understand that sometimes…
Love is not enough.
Trapped in the foster care system, struggling to navigate middle school cliques, and with her dreams of a united family fading, Wynter is offered love from an unexpected direction. Will she turn her back on Caleb’s promises, on Jesse’s guidance, on Indio’s acceptance, and take the chance to start over?
Join Wynter and her brothers on a heartrending and humorous journey through elementary particles, power chords, and the meaning of love. Book 1 of the Wynter Wild series.
CONTENT WARNINGS: The series includes or refers to: child abuse, drug use, animal cruelty, not-very-graphic sex and violence, mental health issues, adult relationships, and gratuitous ’70s rock music references. Wynter does not have sexual abuse/assault in her past or her future.
Family is forever.
Wynter is struggling to find her place in the world. Now in foster care, her only desire is to move home with her brothers, who become increasingly frustrated by her inability to tell them about her childhood.
While she finds success by putting together a rock band with some boys at school, she fails at the social rules required to befriend the girls.
Meanwhile, her sister Joy is falling back into the Light, the cult-like community where the girls grew up. Jesse and Indio find themselves competing for the title of Best Big Brother to Wynter, while struggling to deal with their alcoholic father. And
Oldest brother Caleb has a plan to gain custody. When Wynter discovers the world won’t bend to her will, or his, she takes matters into her own hands…
Gone in a heartbeat…
Wynter has lived on the outside for eight months. While her sister Joy finds life away from the cult increasingly difficult, Wynter is growing stronger.
She begins to open up to her brothers about her childhood and gains confidence in dealing with the world, even manipulating her siblings’ useless father into stepping up at last.
When a horrific accident threatens to tear everything apart, it seems Wynter’s dreams of a happy family may be destroyed.
Meanwhile, Joy reveals a secret about someone from Wynter’s past, and the family dynamics head in a new direction that no one asked for.
CONTENT WARNINGS: The series includes or refers to: child abuse, drug use, animal cruelty, not-very-graphic sex and violence, mental health issues, adult relationships, and strong opinions about touchy subjects. If anything offends you, it’s probably Jesse’s fault. Wynter does not have sexual abuse/assault in her past or her future.