A: YES!!!! I’m thrilled that Passionflix brought all three books (Driven, Fueled, and Crashed) to life in their limited series. All three seasons (Driven = Season 1, Fueled = Season 2, Crashed = Season 3) are available now on Passionflix and all other streaming platforms, including Amazon. If you’re interested in learning more about the movies, here is where you can head:

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I do in fact have playlists on Spotify. They are:
 Driven: Driven Playlist
 Fueled: Fueled Playlist
 Crashed: Crashed Playlist
Playlists for all of my books can be found under my Spotify profile: HERE

I’m glad you asked. It’s always confusing when you jump into a new author and worry if you just read the third book in a series or the first. I’ve set up a reading order page for your reference. From standalones to series, I have them all. You can find that pagHERE.

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I have written for as long as I can remember. I always have a half written story or pieces of one on paper somewhere in my house or in my head. In fact upon completing DRIVEN, I was cleaning out old documents in my office and I came across a story I had started over ten years ago about an arrogant race car driver and a woman dealing with abused kids—so obviously the story in DRIVEN has been in my head for some time, it was just waiting for the right time to come out.

Needless to say, my poor parents probably had to listen to way too many of my writing projects (good and bad) throughout the years. I use writing as my way to relax and express myself, so it’s a great feeling when the characters taking up residence in my head actually come through as clear as Rylee and Colton did onto paper.

When I started this writing journey, I was a total planner. I outlined obsessively and then went where the characters took me as I wrote. Thirty something books later, sometimes I outline. Sometimes I write and plan as I go. Sometimes I wing it. Each book is different. But I will say I feel way more settled if I have an outline.

I wrote a blog post about that HERE. Check it out and let me know your other questions.


I love to write the scenes where there is verbal sparring. I usually write them and then during the next few days, ideas will hit me that make the scene that much better. It’s kind of like when you have a fight and then hours later you say, “Damn, I should have said xyz!” When writing these scenes, you have that moment but get to actually say it.

I will say that while they are fun to write, I find that the sex scenes are the most difficult for me. Typing down physical actions is one thing, but putting real emotion with it and relaying it so that it’s fresh and new and not mechanical-sounding is sometimes challenging.

The ones that aren’t working! Meaning the scenes that I can plan out perfectly in my mind but the minute I try to type it just comes out all wrong.

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