In which a sensitive boy falls head over heals for a mute purple-haired girl.
Benny had a thing for Violette. She did not speak, but they had grand conversations via their texts. He had a pet name for her, Vio, which made her smile each time she saw it, and he loved how she always seemed to reply to his texts almost right away.
Bennie hated that Violette had such a hard time at school. She was constantly being bullied because of her muteness and her purple hair. Bennie loved her hair and was livid when she cried and texted that kids called her a mute freak. Continue reading
Betrayed and jilted, Jennifer Dewitt finds solace in New Orleans–that humid, high-stepping city of music and magic on the Mississippi River.
A new job. New experiences. Men and marriage are not on her radar.
Adrien Merrill’s divorce leaves him bitter and jaded. In Cajun custom, pride rules. Yet Adrien aches for a woman to fill his days with laughter, his nights with passion, and his house with children.
He sets his sights on Jennifer and runs right into stubborn, smart and independent. He soon discovers the line between pride and love is as whisper thin as a fine silk thread. Continue reading