Mackenzie, she’s seen it all; businesses booming and the town
flourishing. Sadly, she’s also seen it torn to shreds by a previous mayor.
“fresh ideas” to bring business back to this small town. He wants
to turn Snowflake around, bringing it to the 21st century.
change. She plans to run him out of town but what she doesn’t count
on is that cocky jerk making his way under her skin, seeping into her veins.
realise what he needed was right in front of him.
sparks or will it become a fire that lays waste to everything they
thought they knew?
the days where she would lie in her bedroom away from distraction and
get lost in the world of make believe. Her first real memory of
reading something she fell in love with was The Hobbit. In her
teenage years, she became addicted to Point Horror books like RL
Stine’s The Boyfriend, but she also enjoyed light Summer reads like
What Katy Did and What Katy Did Next.
about books. They have to be in perfect condition without the
slightest bit of damage.
for a LOT longer. You can NEVER have too many books! Her shelves are
bulging and overflowing but she always wants “just one more book”.
2013. It’s a YA Paranormal Romance novel called Stolen. Her second
book was published with LP in May 2014. This time, an NA Contemporary
Romance called Nothing Like The First Time.
Best Seller list. That was a dream come true.
in love with.
brother-in-law’s tragic deaths. She never allowed herself to dream
that someday she would have a family of her own, but meeting Jonathan
Sawyer changes all of that. He teaches Lorna that age is just a
number and dreams can come true, especially at Christmas.
that job would also include protecting her heart. He just needs to
convince Lorna that wishing for her heart’s desire and Christmas
miracles are both possible. Can Sawyer’s plan, for a Christmas
wedding be enough to show her that it’s never too late to find
happily ever after?
in school, having to attend speech and reading therapy. Her teacher
told her that she would never be a very good reader; that English was
just not her thing. She continued to struggle until eleventh grade,
when she signed up for a Creative Writing class. Her high school
teacher saw her potential and submitted a short story, that K. L. had
written for class, to a local literary publication. The story was not
only published but won an award for best short story. Knowing that
someday she wanted to become a writer, K. L. received her BA in
English from Salisbury State University.
lives with hunky scientist, two now not so little people, and six fur
babies. In her spare time, she likes to read romance novels, attend
WVU football games and drink wine with girlfriends.
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