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On Writing Roxy

There’s always been something a little more fun, maybe a bit more challenging to write a character who isn’t exactly good. Roxy is the youngest of the Harrell sisters, she’s spoiled, egotistical and a bit of a screw up, according to her family. Those who remember her from school would have labeled her beautiful, talented, even sexy…if they were being kind. She is the girl who would have been voted most likely to steal your boyfriend. If she’d been a guy, they’d have called her a player but as a girl, people weren’t as nice.

Roxy dreams of being a big star! She wants to be a singer and actress. Leaving home at seventeen to pursue her dream in Hollywood. Instead she lands in Vegas, getting bit parts in shows and never making it to the Golden coast.

When her boyfriend, Joey was offered, or rather ordered, to head the casino on a cruise ship docked in Savannah, Roxanne decided it was time to head back home.

Joey convinced her he could make her a headliner at the casino’s exclusive nightclub but he failed to mention he didn’t have the last say.

In her pattern of choosing the wrong guys, Roxanne discovered that Joey lied. She learns a little humility and what friendship means when she meets Kendra Perry and her sister, Mikayla.

Things get really interesting when Roxanne’s brother Remy’s ex fiancé shows up aboard ship. Roxy soon becomes entangled in a Chess game with real lives in the balance.


I write suspense with a hot romance and a southern accent. I like strong characters with attitude and charm. Heroines who can rescue themselves and heroes who aren't afraid to love them.