Chance made them neighbors. Chemistry made them lovers. Will fate make them a family?
Widower and orthopedic surgeon, Ian Briggs has room in his life for two things, his practice and his son, Oliver. A forced relocation shakes up more than his sense of direction when he finds himself captivated and lusting for his new neighbor.
Chelsie Peterson is piecing together the shattered fragments of her life. A divorce from her cheating and emotionally abusive husband leaves her a single mother and doubting her value as a woman.
Fiery impulses entice Ian and Chelsie to surrender to a passionate and inconvenient romance. Is there more than the desire to escape the frenzy of life that binds them?
Targeted Age Group:: adult only
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 4 – R Rated
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
After being married to a man who put me down sexually, the time came ten years after my divorce when I met a man who inspired me sexually. That's when I realized that women often don't see themselves in the same light as their lover.
In Conflicted, Ian's character has his flaws, but I gave him the ability to show Chelsea that she was so much more. I won't give away the secrets, but there's definitely a hot scene that goes with and the overall the series, she comes full circle.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters had to evolve for me which ended up creating a trilogy rather than a stand alone novel. As I built their arcs, there was just too much story to tell. My work in orthopedic medicine gave me insight to some of Ian's traits, but Chelsie was a creation of wounds and happiness from my own personal journey to love.
“I want you to watch us. Get on your hands and knees and face the mirror.”
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