Author has written 1 story for Romance.
I guess if you are reading this page you want to know about me...
Age: younger than 100 and older than 10... yep, that's right. I'm not telling
Location: Earth, probably by my computer
Interests: writing, reading, watching old movies, listening to music (the only kind I really don't like is rap), being with any kind of animal and some sports
Fact of the Month: You can still tan, and burn, if you use sunscreen!
a wonderful romantic story about a girl sent back in time by magic to try to change her future- a beauty and the beast like romance
Bess is robbed by the famous Highwayman who decides later that he is more interested in Bess than her money-this is one of the saddest and best stories I have read
a hilarious comedy about a girl with a ludicrous father and a seemingly obnoxious suitor
Ian Malcolm has just returned from the Baron's war in England, wanting only to be left in peace. Marriage, to Catriona MacDougall, is the last thing he wants. When he marries her twin instead, he also finds the one person who can guide him from the darkness that plagues him. A great Scottish romance with amazing characters and diction.
It is a myth all Immortals scorn: that there is, for each, one woman...a Bride whom they will forever crave. Unfortunately, it isn't a myth. And human Sophie Paul is about to find that out firsthand.
Highlights- Poems and Short Stories
Dream - by Five-Leaves-Left
Gypsy- by ilikemykitty
Jane - by Skeeter the Groundhog
NOTE: All stories on highlight board were updated regularly, semi-regularly or are complete
Since I have seen so many great writers here on fictionpress.com with writers block and some great writers who have serious spelling/grammar issues, I'm available to help with editing and/or bouncing ideas off of if anyone wants the help.
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