It Had 2 B U Book Series
The It Had 2 B U series, is a series of inner-connected Standalone Romances involving a group of friends that are navigating life trying to find that one person who's right for them. Each book will have bits of humor, some might be darker than others, and some might make you laugh your ass off, but no matter which story you choose, each book will show how love can conquer anything.
If you enjoy a different kind of series that is not your typical romantic comedy, and will take you through every emotion possible, then my It Had 2 B U series is the series for you.
Characters in this series include:
Max, Breezy, Everly, Maggie, Dashawn, Caleb, Emma and Tony.
Author Note: I plan on writing at least four books in this series, and three books in a spinoff series called Jacob's Gloves that has now been released.
Book One: Innuendos
Release Date: January 8, 2016
She wants him to squeeze her melons . . .
He wants her to hold his wood . . .
Max is the sole reason Breezy can’t keep a boyfriend. Every boyfriend she has ever had breaks up with her the moment they meet him. It’s not because of his eight-pack, or his panty shredding smile. No, the reason Breezy remains single is because Max is her best friend and roommate.
When Breezy’s new boyfriend dumps her after meeting Max for the first time, Breezy is determined to cure her boyfriend woes by challenging Max to a bet: she can’t click her mouse, he can’t wrestle his snake, and neither one can say the word sex or they lose.
It was a simple game of abstinence, until Max decides to tempt Breezy into a hilarious game of innuendos. Now, the only thing harder than Max’s “wood”, is figuring out just where their friendship lies after all bets are off.
One thing’s for certain . . .
All’s fair in sex, love, and innuendos.
Main Character(s): Breezy and Max
Book Category: Romantic Comedy
Book Type: Best Friend Romance
Book Two: Accent Hussy
Release Date: April 17, 2016
I LOVE accents!
I HATE Caleb Conaway.
It’s true, I despise him! Caleb Conaway is an unaccented pain in my ass. No matter how many times I tell the sexy boxer I’m not interested in him, he just doesn’t listen to me. People call me an Accent Hussy. That’s because I’m only attracted to men with sexy accents, dripping in butter, oozing with sex and hit me straight in the vagina. Yup, that’s EXACTLY what I'm looking for. Caleb’s voice does nothing for me; it assaults my ear drums and makes me want to gouge out my eyeballs. I finally thought I got away from him, until a foolish date with a sexy Irishman ends with me arrested . . .
All I wanted was to complete my community service and go home. What I didn’t expect was to fall in love with the kids at the Youth Center or run into the one man that I love to hate . . . Caleb Conaway.
They say that every person has an Achilles’ Heel. I just wasn’t expecting mine to be Caleb Conaway.
Main Character(s): Everly and Caleb
Book Category: Sports/Romantic Comedy
Book Type: Love to Hate you Romance
POV: Singular (Everly)
Book Three: Finding the Gray
This book contains descriptive scenes of domestic abuse and delves into the scary world of domestic Stockholm Syndrome. It's about escaping, overcoming, and dealing with the aftermath of emotional, mental and physical abuse and opening your heart for someone else when it's already so fragile and broken. Please don't read this book if domestic abuse is something that triggers you.
Love isn’t always cupcakes and rainbows . . .
Maggie Franklin found this out the hard way after her first real relationship ended with her being emotionally bruised and broken. Fleeing her ex was the only way to save herself, but even the distance wasn’t enough to make her forget everything he did to her. Now, almost two years later, Maggie is ready to move on, but nothing could’ve prepared her for Dashawn, the sexy trainer she meets at her local gym.
Dashawn Carter has made it his personal mission to save any woman who comes into his life. After his crusade leads him into a horrendous relationship that ends with his ex-girlfriend stabbing him with a kitchen knife, Dashawn has sworn off saving women for good . . . that is until he meets Maggie, the gorgeous woman he finds telling jokes while running on a treadmill at the gym.
Dashawn can spot a broken woman from a mile away, and he’s determined to fix whatever wounds Maggie has in order to take their relationship even further. But sometimes physical wounds only run skin deep, and it’s the emotional wounds that prove to be impossible to heal.
For Maggie and Dashawn, love isn’t always going to be black or white . . . sometimes, the only thing that matters is finding the gray.
Main Character(s): Maggie and Dashawn
Book Category: Dark Contemporary (Some Humor)
Book Type: Interracial Relationship