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I just really wanted to say... I stumbled upon Maybe This Time, however, I like to research if a book is in a series as I prefer to read them in order. & I am so very glad I did. No Such Thing being the 1st, I started there. I absolutely LOVE the characters. MCs, their friends, the people they come in contact with. The story line. Hooked. Yup! Read every one of them. One right after the other. Round the clock and kids when I could. I absolutely LOVE this series. Thank you for bringing it "to the table". I see a question below about Tag. Ha I was thinking the same thing. Have found the book and have now continued.
Hi Jenn! Thanks so much for giving my books a chance. I'm so glad you checked to see if Maybe This Time was part of a series. When I read, I much prefer to go in order too. I'm so glad that you enjoyed them!
Hi, huge fan of your books. I am currently on book 2 of the Cost of Repairs series (love!). Question - will we learn any more about Teddy's story, and why he was bullied?
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Hi. You mentioned in the blurb of 'Party Favors' - Cost of Repair, that Shane would be getting his own story. Know you're probably plenty busy, but will he get his own book?Love your work! X
Yes, Shane's story was told is The Truth As He Knows It, which is also published by Samhain Publishing.
Hi A.M Arthur, I love your books but am very much disappointed as to why I cannot find any books apart from book 1 from cost of repairs??? Can you update the links on your site so it will help us users to purchase it???? Thanks I am kinda hanging and desperate to read Acts of faith, hope to hear from u soon!
The rest of the Cost of Repairs books will be available by the end of the summer.
I just finished Say it Right. There really wasn't anything about Marcos' and Tony's lives that didn't have a direct and personal bearing on my own. As I am coming up on two years sober in December I find myself going through a crisis (still) that I thought was going to destroy me. Their story reminded me of of so many things I have learned; among them, I am not alone, the hope that I thought I was lost and to mark my recovery by the victories rather than the failures. I really didn't think I was going to make it. With tears in my eyes and gratitude in my heart, thank you.