Nothing ignites my passion for editing like working on my own fiction. I published my first novel in 2014, originally as Michelle Josette. Alongside Jeremy Morgan—fellow writer, IT genius, and my real-life hero—I spent the next four years growing our two small businesses and starting a family. The muse took a back seat but never left. As of June 2018, I’ve been writing—a lot! I’m excited to share Work in Progress and No Turning Back in 2019. Jeremy has published two novellas and is now working diligently to finish the first book of his epic fantasy series.
NO TURNING BACK | A romance novella | Coming Fall 2019
36-year-old chiropractor Cara Mann was doing just fine running her own practice and raising her young daughter—alone. When she hires Jack Dennis—the nerdy kid she used to babysit—for computer help in her office, he’s nothing like she remembers. But he certainly hasn’t forgotten her. Even if Cara can accept the help and support Jack is eager to offer, can she learn to love a much younger man?
No Turning Back will publish first as part of a romance anthology. It will re-release as a standalone in 2020, with a bit of added content.
Can’t wait to read a sample? I posted a free chapter here. 🙂
WORK IN PROGRESS | A romance novel | Coming Summer 2019
22-year-old receptionist and aspiring writer Lindsey Deal spent her days dodging bullets. One very creepy boss. One sinister-looking spider. And, most daunting, a certain romance novel-in-progress that screamed to be finished. The first two were easy enough. The third required…motivation.
Enter: Rian Harper. Mysterious. Cool. Sexy as sin. The rule-breaking, covered-in-tattoos musician could be just the motivation Lindsey needed to finish her manuscript—and test the boundaries of her comfort zone. But he was too old for her. Too afraid to fall in love. Too much her new boss.
Single dad, brooding artist, corrupter of women. What 36-year-old Rian Harper needed was a business partner, maybe a creative partner, someone who could have his back. He didn’t need her being stupid and falling in love. It would ruin them both—especially when the too sweet, too young, doe-eyed Lindsey discovered his longest-held secret.
AFTER HENRY | A love story | Fall 2014
Emma Jenkins can’t remember the day her father died.
When tragedy gripped the nation, it hit home for Emma. Forced to flee Manhattan, leaving behind her dreams and childhood, Emma found a way to steady her life, to build around the gaping hole.
Now, after three years, she returns to New York to begin a new future—and face her past. But when the memories come back, she confronts lies she was forced to believe. Will Emma accept her memories as truth…or find a way to erase them for good?
Told with both compassion and candor, After Henry is a provocative story about a girl who finds love, and then finds love again.
BROKEN BEFORE THE STORM | A Kindle eBook | Summer 2014
To say Clip Eastlake had a few problems would be an understatement. He couldn’t seem to land his first job, his relationship with his father was wrecked, he stole to get what he wanted and he was getting nowhere with his girlfriend Kate.
But when this troubled youth winds up trapped on Galveston Island with two children during Hurricane Ike, his humanity will be put to the ultimate test. Will a natural disaster spark compassion in this delinquent? Only Clip can decide if all three of them will survive.
OPPOSITE EXTREMES | A Kindle eBook | Spring 2013
Two relationships stood out in Lan Henderson’s life. The amazing thing was, how he attracted two completely opposite women in the first place. One, an impulsive American blonde who didn’t have “stop” in her vocabulary. The other, a conservative Chinese violinist with a racist father. As Lan tries to adapt to living in Hong Kong, he recalls vast differences between his current life overseas and the one he lived in America.
Filled with imaginative locale and told in a narrative as entertaining as it is provocative, Jeremy Morgan’s first novella takes us on a dramatic journey that spans both ends of the planet and two extremes of the female personality. Where finding love, can also mean finding ourselves.
We lose ourselves in books. We find ourselves there too.
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