Sterling Wood Series Book 1
Sommers reluctantly returns to Sterling Wood to attend her Uncle
Jimmy’s funeral – a town she left years ago.
Wood holds painful memories sheâ€™s tried to forget.Â One, in
particular,Â is still raw and every timeÂ she returns pulls
the scab off a wound that will not heal – Luc Pearson, the handsome
high school sweetheart who betrayed her.
Luc again isn’t the only problem she has to face in Sterling Wood.
Someone is trying to kill her, and she doesn’t know why.
soon learns shocking revelations that could change the course of her
life as a ruthless killer stalks her.
people closest to her be able to save her?
werenâ€™t supposed to happen in Sterling Wood.
is a Waynesburg, Pennsylvania native. She went to Waynesburg High
School and graduated Cum Laude from Waynesburg College with a
Bachelorâ€™s Degree in Liberal Arts. Currently lives in Sacramento,
California where she spent the last 33 years working at Northrop
have always been her passion. She started reading at an early age and
progressed to full-length books by age nine. The first supernatural
book series she read was Dark Shadows, and it sparked her interest in
all things paranormal, with a spicy touch of romance mixed in for
good measure. She also started writing poetry in grade school and
continues to do so today.
an avid reader, the consummate daydreamer and an incurable romantic
with a Cinderella complex, she started creating her own characters
and story lines because she realized she had her own stories to
is married to John, who believes she can do anything. She has a son,
Ty; a daughter, Danika; and four beautiful grandchildren, Aries,
Victoria, Maya, and Tobias.
reading and writing, she also enjoys photography, travel, music, and
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