If I had to choose one word to describe me, it would be CHAOS. I never stop doing. Hyper you say? Perhaps, but not the kind that needs medication to control it. I am a life junkie. I want to experience everything life has to offer and go about it in my own way. My way generally involves music and dancing.
When I was young, I created stories in my head taking me to all the places I dreamed of visiting, and I always had a handsome someone to go with. As I got older, the places got more exciting and adventurous and the someone became more rugged and gorgeous. What can I say, I'm a dreamer. I'm also a hopeless romantic. In that vein, my stories took on a romantic flare and though I never wanted them to end, always ended happily.
In between my regular jobs as legal assistant, mother of two kids, wife, cook, washer woman, chaperone, taxi driver, computer tech, and part-time creative designer for homework jobs and school projects, I write full-length romance novels with strong heroines and fractured men who need a good woman to heal them.
My goal is to become a full-time author without life interruptus, devoting every waking moment (I don't sleep much anyway) to creating great characters and finding ways to torture them.
Check out my newest book....The Fury. It's Book One of my Time Walker Series.
Hi, my name is Dagan. I'm a time walker. Even though it is forbidden for me to interact with humans, I figured online isn't technically interaction because, well you don't see me and I don't see you. Sloan McBride wrote about how I met my blethred, lifemate, and even though it put me in a difficult spot, I'm here to tell you that I don't blame her-the story needed to be told. Our lives are changing and the pantheon needs to accept it. That's all I'll say on the matter.
Hard-headed brute. Reese here. My so-called mate is lousy at explaining things. Don't even get me started about how he didn't explain certain rituals to me properly and almost died because of it. I'm working on the whole communication thing, but sometimes think it's a lost cause. Anyway, I jumped in to say Sloan McBride did a beautiful job telling our story. It captured the ups and downs of our relationship and there are many. Oh, gotta go. He's growling and that's never a good sign.