Born and raised on the prairies, Ann loves her rural lifestyle. She enjoys nature, reading, and spending time with her family and Lab. Ann is happily married with two children and works for a non-profit organization.
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Titles with Solstice Publishing:
His Holy Stare a Truth or Dare Forbidden Love
His Forbidden Stare a Truth or Dare Forbidden Love
A Second Chance
Renewal of Faith Vol 2 Anthology containing A Second Chance
Gripped by daring passion.
James has suffered a great loss in his life, but he’s pulled himself up and started a new life he’s committed to with passion and fascination. His first big assignment in the Brotherhood is to run a college for boys on the forgotten prairies. When he arrives, Brother James finds an attachment to a family who suffered the same type of loss as him. To help them heal, he starts a game of Truth or Dare with the daughter who’s close to his age, forging a needed friendship.
In search of a ravaging truth.
Frustrated with life, Constance finds herself on the doorstep of the boys’ college where her father wants her to help in exchange for her brother’s tuition which he can’t afford. But meeting Brother James changes her entire view on life. He’s charming, friendly, and so blasted happy. What is his secret? Gripped by a determination to find out, she agrees to a harmless game of Truth or Dare.
When things aren’t so innocent.
Neither will back down form the challenges, but how far will they let things escalate? No matter how intense things get, he refuses to give in to the temptation of her body while she squirms under his not-so-holy stare.
Would you promise your soul for a second chance at happiness?
Ingrid cheated death over 33 years ago so she could find happiness, but the bliss she felt in the arms of Sal Vation still eludes her. Focused on money and power, she’s miserable and making a mess of things, not only in her life, but in the lives of those she loves. In her final moments, Sal Vation finds her again, this time disguised as a young priest full of faith in her and those she loves. And now, it’s time to keep her promise and cleanse her sins…or perhaps dive deeper into them
I am simply and truly and always in love with you, that’s it.
Through the years, Mel has seen his best friend hit his lowest point over and over again. Each time, he’s there to pick him up and marvels at the deep faith Alain has in life, in people, in God, even in his horrible drug addicted mother. Alain is strong and creative, and since he was a young boy, Mel promised him that he would be by his side, forever. And he never breaks his promises.
I don’t think the world is ready for how much I love you.
Alain shouldn’t be kissing Mel. He knows this. He knows it’ll make him think they can be together. Out on the Prairies of 1930 where his religious upbringing is strong, men are supposed to marry women and raise large families and be happy with the life that was drilled into them. Despite what Mel thinks, he can have all that, especially when Alain’s sister needs a father for her bastard child. Mel deserves that life and the only thing in the way is Alain. Mel isn’t broken or damaged or this afraid to breathe. Yet as Alain grips his best friend’s hand and challenges him to a game of a Truth or Dare, Alain can’t let go. He just can’t.
We can’t keep challenging each other this way.
They say laughter can heal a lot of things, but can it wash away the fear?
Johnny has always had a crush on his first love Anna, but now that she’s a nun and off limits he thinks he can balance his wild feelings and keep things friendly. Until she tells him a secret that sends him seeking revenge and gets him determined to make her smile again.
When running is no longer an option
In the 1930s, Anna has to escape from her home life and finds herself in a religious habit even though it’s all a sham meant to hide what happened to her. Living with regret and thinking herself evil, she is determined to set things right between her and God. Until Johnny demands an answer she can’t refuse