Guys, it’s been years and years, and finally, I’ve listened. I’ve decided to be brave and let my stories breathe out there. Thanks to all my friends who have already read all those full length books- thanks for biting my head off about publishing. Enjoy the read and SHARE!

Layover is a short story about hopes, prayers, and looking for love. Life doesn’t have a checklist or a do-over. That’s why you can find surprises in unexpected places.

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A church girl. You couldn’t call her anything else. But where can a church girl run when she messes up?

Esther has been burned by her family and some fairly important people in her church. And at this point, she is in dire need of a second chance. And she knows it’s not love she needs, because that is what got her into a lot of trouble in the first place.
Leaving seems to be the right thing to do until a stranger’s email gets in the way. And what started off as hello, becomes too real and gets too close for comfort. Will Esther break her own rules again?
Even though giving second chances is what God does best, Lesley Hyde knows she is going to lose.
A child her family doesn’t know exists. A job where the man she once loved is boss.
True love. Even her life.

Raised by a family that is passive at best and dysfunctional at worst, Lesley doesn’t have the luxury of making more slip ups. After she has a baby with her older cousin Kojo, playboy Kojo tires of her and things go south very quickly. Lesley high tails it, keeping love and affection at bay.
Now wiser and older, Lesley Hyde has finally found someone her heart so desperately desires. Roger is gentle and caring. Everything she wants.
However, sometimes the past catches up with you…
Kojo is back and he wants everything- Lesley and his son. He is rich and already married but that doesn’t stop him. Things are about to get a whole lot more complicated…


It’s the 21st century and there is more than one way to find love.

Faith knows she has looks that have killed before.

Mimi knows that her mother wants her to marry the neighbour’s son.

But families, mothers, and neighbours can drag up more baggage than can be stomached at the dinner table.

When it’s no longer a choice about love, what will they choose?

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