We've all been there - that moment when it's darkest before the dawn and all hope is gone. But when the dawn does come, can we let go of the past that we hold onto no matter how painful? Or do we learn to let go, so we can move on to something better, towards that life we truly deserve?
For single mother Sam Martin, her life as far as she knows it, is broken. But when she meets a man who accepts her just the way she is - scars, juvie records and even the constant self-doubt - she knows that accepting his love is not enough to live the life she deserves. For to move on with her life, she needs to let go of the mistakes of her past, and accept herself just the way she is.
Liz's start in storytelling got its rocky start in 8th grade when the "play" she was writing landed her in the principal's office for being a bit on the NSFW side. Since then, she's done penance by writing romance and chick lit - though now and then, she does sneak in a naughty bit here and there.
When she's not penning her books or blogging about her muses, she maintains a private massage therapy practice in Manhattan Beach, California. She lives in a century-old house with her family, a Chihuahua, and way too many books.