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Good Spin is available on Amazon today!

Updated: Dec 30, 2019

Happy almost summer everyone!

If you're looking for a friends to lovers fauxmance set in Hawaii, I'm excited to let you know that my newest novel, Good Spin, is available on Amazon today for purchase and free with Kindle Unlimited!

Working on a summer book in the dead of winter is always a strange process, but I'm glad the struggle culminated in a release timed perfectly with summer beach read season!

Check out the synopsis below:

Emery Bates has exactly one problem she’s willing to admit, and it’s that she doesn’t have a girlfriend to take as her date to a wedding. Not because she needs a girlfriend, but because she needs an easier way to come out to college friends that she hasn’t seen in five years. When her next door neighbor ends up single a few weeks before the wedding, problem solver Emery realizes inviting Jordan along and faking romance for a week in Hawaii could be perfect for both of them. Jordan Davis doesn’t worry about much, especially what will happen tomorrow. Life’s too short to plan every second, and it usually doesn’t work out anyway. When Emery invites her on an all-expenses paid trip to Hawaii, it’s not a hard sell. She’ll get to enjoy a tropical vacation with one of her closest friends, and she’ll get to spend more time with Emery, away from Emery’s hectic work schedule back in Austin. But, there’s more to the request than Emery’s letting on, and there’s more to Jordan’s willingness to help than she wants to admit. It’s only eight days, but time passes differently when there’s nowhere to be and nowhere to hide. When lines blur between reality and fiction, both women have to decide if falling in love is worth the jump.

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