TRAMP was written one sentence at a time, while I suffered through a two-year writer’s block. I wrote through my father-in-law's death, during a global pandemic, a blood transfusion, and surgery.

TRAMP is about a woman going head to head with her emotions. If that isn’t life imitating art, I don’t know what is. Lydia Montgomery is the best character I’ve ever written. I am confident in my talent, but I have more faith in these characters. TRAMP is only a glimpse of what’s to come. The first book in the HUSH series is out today. Enjoy. ❤️ AVAILABLE NOW!! FREE in Kindle Unlimited! Amazon US: https://amzn.to/3kW2ttf Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/30mLs3E Amazon CA: https://amzn.to/2UtehrT Amazon AU: https://amzn.to/3npS76j

Lydia Montgomery is a Tramp.

After fleeing a tragic past, Lydia’s determined never to go back to the life she left behind at any price. She lands in Grand Haven, California—a city booming with billion-dollar corporations and tech money—and everything changes.

Armed with the only lesson she learned from her mother, Lydia builds a life of routine, solitude, and success.

Nothing is out of reach when you’re beautiful.

Nearly a decade after her arrival, Lydia's the highest paid escort in the city, and only the most influential people in Grand Haven can get near her. She's a goddess among her clients, and out of reach to everyone else. Lydia's created the perfect illusion, and no one will take it from her again.

Until a misunderstanding lands her in the office of the city’s most eligible bachelor.

Talent Ridge is Grand Haven royalty. Despite running in the same circles as Lydia’s clients, he’s scandal-free and on his way to being the most powerful man in the area.

Their chemistry is undeniable, but a relationship has the potential to destroy everything they’ve worked for. Especially when Lydia is running from her past, and Talent is running toward a future she can never be a part of.

Beauty and money can’t save them this time.

Are Lydia and Talent willing to give it all up for each other, or will their differences cost too much?

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