Julio is a man stuck in a world where servitude to his wife's friend, or whatever the heck he is, was the only way to keep his family fed, clothed, and sheltered. At least now he could work for the money instead of the handouts Nina had been using to stay afloat. If only he could figure out how to convince his wife to return to Mexico and prevent his daughter, Kressa, from being taken in by the boss's son, Brad.
What kind of hold does Mr. Bradford have on Nina? Or is it she that has the hold on him?
So why in the world would Bradford hire his long time friend and her family?
He has a secret. Well, Nina knows what that secret is. Actually, she knows how it started. You see, Bradford has a broken heart and Nina is the only one who can help heal his heart with her special ability.
In the meantime, Rosetta, his wife is downright livid that he's brought this poor (beautiful) servant woman into her home and her daughter just as pretty.
Brad pulls off the bad boy image until Kressa and her alluring scent turns the reality he'd grown accustomed to, upside down. He spends every moment avoiding her when all he wants to do is be near her every second. Kressa has no idea she holds in her genetic heritage, the power to attract and connect to the one who captures her heart.
The only thing more intense is the fact that Kressa's mother, Nina, is connected telepathically to someone who's not her husband.
Love's Intensity started as a kind of dream. For two months, Brad, Kressa, and their parents told me their story before I decided to write it down. Nine months later, the story for book one was complete, but it would not be the first released. Sister novel, A Beautiful Girl, won that place of honor.
Almost a year after its release, the characters are still talking. They continue to surprise me with the many twists and turns. I look forward to crafting all the scenes into a prequel and sequel novels for your reading pleasure.
So what happens when a Mexican woman (Nina) and her family travels to America to work for her best friend (Bradford), the son of a couple for whom she worked so many years before?
For some this is a happy day to celebrate with family and friends. For others, those family and friends are no longer around to enjoy any celebrations. And then there are those who are too far away from home, serving in the military. My heart and well wishes go out to everyone of you.
For the past few weeks, I've spent some time releasing the first of four poetry books completed in the 1990's. "Real Purpose: You Are Special" is now available on Create Space in print and on Amazon for the Kindle. The poems from all four books were written at a time in my life when I sought to discover what independence really meant in my life and in the lives of others.
In addition, I continue to write any new story ideas that pop into my mind and won't go away. I remain intent on getting back to those scenes written on paper some time ago. It'll be like putting puzzles together.
Oh, yeah, I even signed my 5th book contract for "Danny R.O.S.S." and my third with Wild Child Publishing.