Thirty years in the medical field and something was missing. After achieving a Master's degree in Leadership, DeLaine's professors often suggested that she had a talent for writing and should explore that opportunity.
DeLaine has spent the last decade as a medical sales rep for medical devices, which provides an insider's scoop into the action behind the scenes. She has the opportunity to blend the fascination of romantic twists from within the medical world while writing in the genre of Contemporary Romance.
Mom to four grown guys and gals, she's watched enough relationship drama to supply a soap opera for an eternity! She and her husband reside in Dallas with their two Schnauzer's, Bridgette and Allie.
"I never stopped loving you, I just stopped begging for you. There's a difference."
After a beautiful proposal, Dr. Grayson Brooks pleads with his fiance', Alexandra Morrison, not to get on the plane. Once the plane is in the air, the events that unfold turn their lives upside down. The tragedy and loss engulfs both families in a situation that spirals out of control.
Secrets are revealed and the past once again haunts both families; as if that isn't enough, Olivia Balcone, once engaged to Grayson and romantically involved with his twin brother, Harrison, returns to Dallas and stirs up more feelings and a lot more trouble.
Alexandra was so close to having it all: a baby, a gorgeous husband, and a family united. But is she strong enough to fight for what she wanted?
Alexandra Morrison believes that she has found the perfect job as a medical sales rep in Dallas, until she has an infuriating encounter with the elusive Dr. Grayson Brooks.
Grayson, newly single, is used to getting his way. That is, until he crawls up the wrong side of this stunning redhead when he gives her the brush off.
What starts out as a planned business meeting, winds up being an unplanned entanglement. As the past haunts the couples’ future, Alexandra keeps her running shoes on and the exit door in her sights.
Will Grayson conquer her ultimate fear of trust in a real relationship, or will he lose out to her doubts when he make a dreadful mistake?