When badass, cross-border, jack-of-all-trades Jessica is asked to find Doraliz, the missing daughter of a wealthy Mexican businessman and suspected drug lord, she learns some people don’t want the young woman found. No stranger to bad family relationships, Jessica avoids those trying to stop her and finds Doraliz in Honduras. Doraliz has run away from her family and threatens to kill Jessica herself if her location is revealed. Jessica realizes to stay alive, and have a life worth living, she'll have to deal with her own family issues and find her parents, who she has spent fourteen years trying to forget, and stop running from the one man who loves her.

On the day city employee LN Jones brings her biggest deal yet to the city council, five hundred new jobs from a world-renown company, local opponents argue her efforts have backfired. She responds by creating an economic development system that benefits people as well as companies. Her boss hates the change, and with her job at stake, she finagles her way into a major economic conference to present her ideas. There, she meets business icon Andrew Wong, the only person outside her tight group of friends who supports her ideas. He offers LN a chance to speak at the world’s biggest economics forum and a few days to prepare on his private island, but when she must choose between her morals and Andrew’s payback terms, she learns money can ruin dreams as well as buy them. To reclaim her reputation and avoid an economic meltdown, she’ll have to learn the value of friendship and her own worth.

When a New York developer plans a tacky theme park next to Sue's mountain home, long days of worrying about her kids leaving home and her husband's constant travel disappear. Armed with a podcast and a few friends, she learns to fight for her future, her marriage, and her community. Contemporary women's fiction, THE PODCAST CHRONICLES is complete at 87,000 words. 

When nuclear bombs hit Denver and Pyongyang, and the spirits of the dead find refuge in famous historian Diana Bolton she wants to use her newfound power to bring peace if she can outwit the politicians determined to stop her. Political women’s fiction with speculative elements, FAR FROM TOMORROW is complete at 84,000 words. The novel is about fighting for what is good, in ourselves and in others, in an era focused on power and war. It is a call to action in a world gone awry that will appeal to fans of The Power by Naomi Alderman and Vox by Christina Dalcher.

Three women: a Democrat, a Republican, and a fifteen-year-old, struggle with politics, morals, and misunderstanding as they rebuild family ties following the 1996 presidential election. CONTINENTAL RIFT is multiple point of view women’s fiction, complete at 90,000 words that will appeal to fans who enjoy the family dynamics and humor of books by Joshilyn Jackson and Mary Alice Monroe.