In 2012 my first novel, One Fateful Night, was published. Growing up I always longed for a character who was a gymnast. Not a little girl that was mentioned as being a gymnast in one line of a chapter, but a full fledged die-hard competitor. Since I never found what I was looking for, I decided to write a series myself!
Below is a synopsis of One Fateful Night.
What if you wake up hung-over the following morning, not dead, but realizing that you had killed somebody? Even worse, what if you wake up in the morning realizing you destroyed the things you loved most in your life? When she regained consciousness in the hospital scared and alone, Kate realized the nightmare was a reality—her parents were dead—her soul-mate was in prison—her life would never be the same.
Through the eyes of many, Troy Trindle had it all—he was good-looking, popular, captain of the football team and dating the head cheerleader. What he lacked were the basic necessities; food, shelter and a family.
Kate and Troy’s worlds collide when she moves to Alabama to resume training for a spot on the Olympic Gymnastics Team.