Why did you decide to write it?
My fans asked me to write the book. One of my fans called me and said, you know, I want to know what happens to Agatha and Sean after what Melissa did. I thought that was a great idea. So, Infinite Beginnings was born.
What’s the best part of being an author?
Creating the story. I love the process of writing the story. As I am thinking of the outline and the plot, and I find ways to make the characters real and relatable, as I am finding the drama in the storyline or as I’m writing the love scenes, it all gives me great pleasure.
What’s the worst part of being an author?
Knowing that I am every staff member of my team, and figuring out everything that needs to be done to get my name out there as an author. It’s more work than I anticipated and can be extremely frustrating.
Who is your favorite character in the book, and why?
I fell in love with creating Josh’s character. Josh is a church boy whose life didn’t go as he’d ever planned or expected. He knew his parents would roll over in their graves if they knew he was a bouncer at a sex club, but he still took the job and did it with as much professionalism and integrity as he could, never abusing his power. He respected Melissa’s past but didn’t discount her because of it. He believed in forgiveness and letting go. I loved his character.
What was the hardest part of writing the story?
This story wasn’t hard to write because it focused on the ups and downs of relationships, and I was able to use my own experiences as my foundation.
The third book in the Infinite series: Melissa’s betrayal has caused a huge rift in Agatha and Sean’s relationship, one they don’t know how to heal from. Melissa is trying to enjoy a Vanilla life with Josh, but she misses the excitement of Club Infinite. Will either Agatha or Melissa’s new life last? Or will they both keep making the same mistakes and have to start over again and again, hoping for something new?
After Agatha is betrayed by her best friend, she struggles to move forward. Even having gorgeous and sweet Sean by her side isn’t enough. Feelings of inferiority have plagued her since that night and try as she might, she can’t get past it. Seeking to lift her self-esteem, she convinces Sean to go into a life he despises. But she would do anything to make herself feel desirable again. Yet, instead of finding her confidence in the bed of another man, she finds it in the unlikely friendship with a stranger she meets at the library. He compliments her, visits her every day, and gives her all of his attention. It’s exactly what she needs. If only she knew just how obsessed with her he is.
Josh and Melissa’s relationship looks and feels like a fairytale. They move in together, spend their days enjoying each other, and spend their nights in each other’s arms. When their work schedules no longer allow them time to fulfill each other’s needs, the kink in the armor causes Melissa to doubt Josh’s love and their future. It doesn’t help that Agatha wants to break them up to heal her own wounds and to get back at Melissa. Is Agatha successful? Have Josh’s affections turned from Melissa? Melissa is shaken to the core, and her inexperience with relationships causes her to make a horrible decision. One that may cost her Josh’s heart, and the great strides she made to change her life.
Infinite Beginnings is a story of dreadful decisions that lead to regretful endings, and starting over… and over… may be the only answer or it may never be enough. The direction is all up to them.