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They won't stop talking!

While the first book of Learning Curves took several months to complete, the second one has taken off like a bat out of hell! Seriously, Chelsea and Gavin will not stop talking. But I am loving every single second of them and actually finished their story yesterday. Professor Gavin Salas was introduced in "From A to Z" - the first book of Learning Curves. I wrote him to be a little despicable, but I do love turning a man around for the right woman, and Chelsea Thomas is precisely that.

Here's the cover for book two:

If you like to pre-order, here are some great deals you should check out. I mean, who doesn't like turning on their eReader and finding a new book? I know I do! It's like a mini Christmas! And yes, I'm contributing a story to all of them!


In the Dark is turning ONE! To celebrate this milestone, In the Dark by Danah Logan will be FREE from May 10th through May 12th!!! Grab your copy here: BLURB They used to be best friends. Not anymore. Her family kept a secret, and so did he. What no one suspected: She was the secret. My name is Lilly McGuire. It’s been over two years, and I still have no clue why he stopped talking to me. He. My best friend. Everything was great. Then, he left for football camp. When he came back, he pretended I didn’t exist, leaving a room every time I’d enter. Eventually, he stopped coming home altogether. I moved on. Or so I thought. Then, a journalism assignment makes me stumble across a ten-year-old case of missing girls. With every new article I find, I get pulled deeper into a world that makes me question everything I had believed to be the truth. Then, they start: the migraines. Just when I accept that I must be losing my mind, something unexpected happens. I have to make a choice that will determine not only my entire future but also his. My name is Rhys McGuire. My life is based on secrets, and two years ago, I was forced to make a choice. I stayed away, but I’ve kept watching. Now, fate has thrown me a bone. The decision is mine again. Stay quiet or come clean? Continue the charade, or tell her everything that’s been tearing me apart since I was seven years old? The choice is mine, but do I really have one? If she finds out, I could lose her forever. The ones she has trusted most are the ones that have betrayed her—maybe even beyond repair. I want to believe that she would forgive me, but could she move past all of the lies?

As always, happy reading!


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