The Island

Five years ago I wrote a novel. Over the years I struggled with what to do with it. I shared it with some friends, I shared it in a writing group…for the last year, I have re-written, edited, re-written.

And here we are today. I have decided on the path of self-publication! And The Island is on e-bookshelves now!

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Thirty-one-year-old Amie Graham is moving on with her life, or at least she’s trying to pick up the shattered pieces of it anyway.  Just after her father’s death, came the devastating blow that her now ex-husband had been cheating on her. A lot. Lost and confused, she follows the advice of her best friend Tony to take some time away from work and find out who she is again. Following a whim, Amie signs up for Global Humanity a charity group that specializes in rebuilding homes and communities lost to natural disasters.

When she finds herself sent to the beautiful island of Kauai, Hawaii life is supposed to be more straightforward, less complicated and definitely less dramatic. But fate has a sense of humor and throws a complication or two right in her path.

Gabe and Michael are childhood friends, both coming from tumultuous pasts. Gabe is calm and serene, walking through life with the stride of a lion. Michael is boyish and charming, with all the grace of a grizzly bear. Amie finds herself falling in love with both of them, and they with her. But can three people really love each other, or is it just the air of the island messing with their hearts and minds?

(note this story features adult topics and situations including: sex, threesomes, polyamory)

Available now at:

Amazon Kindle

KOBO and

Barnes&Noble NOOK

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