I live in Calimesa, California with my husband, two cats, and beloved dog. I have two sons off paving their own way in the world. I grew up in Wichita, Kansas and have lived all over the United States. My entire life has revolved around imaginary worlds contained within the covers of a book. My aunt introduced me to Stephen King and a little book called Christine in eighth grade, and my life was never the same.
I have released four novels in the suspense/thriller, paranormal/supernatural thriller, and horror genres. I also have a poetry/short story collection, a horror short story collection, and have contributed short stories to multiple anthologies.
“Conduit” won the Gold Medal for Paranormal Fiction in the 2014 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards. “The Boys Club” won the Silver Medal for Suspense Fiction in the 2015 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards. It was also voted as one of the 2014-15 Top 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading (ReadFree.ly). All of my works have won additional readers’ choice and blog choice awards.
$3.99From the award-winning, bestselling author of Conduit and The Boys Club comes the long-awaited sequel to False Security
Rachel Thomas has spent the last four years running from her past. Forced into Witness Protection and exiled from the rest of the world, she manages to survive, but still lives each day in fear of being found again while trying to overcome her emotional wounds and misdeeds as a criminal.
Mark Jacobson wants nothing more than to provide Rachel with the normal life she’s always wanted. Dealing with his own scars and helpless to change their situation, he struggles to maintain his tenuous hold on his anger.
To find peace in a world she can share with Mark, Rachel agrees to help the FBI bring down all those who are after her. While the FBI believes she and Mark are safe, they are being watched closer than ever before. And, someone is ready to bring her home for good.
False Hope is the second and final novel in the Rachel Thomas books. While this book was written as a standalone so anyone can read it without knowledge of the events in False Security, it does contain many spoilers from that novel. While not necessary, it is recommended that you read False Security before diving into this last chapter of Rachel’s story.This novel contains strong violence. Reader discretion advised.