USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF ADULT FICTION
The wealthy and influential Hunter family never thought much of Trina Pittman. Born on the wrong side of the tracks, Trina wasn’t considered a worthy choice as a friend for their daughter Amy. Being disliked by Amy’s parents had been tough on Trina while growing up, but putting up with Amy’s older brother, Daniel, had been brutal. Those dark, brooding eyes of his had followed her around high school—judging her, reminding her she’d never be good enough for them. It was
As I stated in a previous hoot, I will be removing all of my EC titles from Amazon as soon as it's contractually permissible for me to do. In the meantime, because I don't want Amazon to earn another cent off my work, I have been hesitant to publish any new stories. While talking with my mom (the other owner of EC), she encouraged me to sell my new stories on jaidblack.com because although EC
has a contract with Amazon... I do not.
I have been debating back and forth on this issue for a few weeks because, unlike other EC authors, I don't have the luxury of making life choices without them being dissected on social media and invariably presented in a negative light. On the other hand, at this point I could give a shit what is said about me. The cyber stalkers have done so much damage to me physically, emotionally, and financially that I literally have nothing to lose.
I'll let you know what I decide to do when I arrive at a definite answer. Right now I'm still weighing the pros and cons, but I wanted to give you the respect of understanding the question I'm grappling with. Jaid/Tina xo
almost a relief when Amy was shipped off to boarding school, permanently forcing the two girls apart. Fifteen years later, Amy’s tragic death reunites Trina with her past…and with Daniel.
Wai Ashley has dreamt of Jack Elliot ever since she was a little girl. Back then the dreams were sweet and utterly harmless—Jack singing her a lullaby, Jack protecting and cradling her in his arms. But as Wai grew into womanhood, Jack’s nocturnal role in her life changed too. He became more possessive, more territorial—and mercilessly carnal.
Wai believes Jack to be a figment of her imagination. She’s determined to be
be rid of him, hoping once she does she’ll be able to find happiness with a real man. Yet Wai will soon discover that Jack is anything but imaginary...
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