I am a lifelong Hoosier that currently lives in Indianapolis with my daughter, son, and DVR. I won't reveal my exact age, but I'm closer to 20 than 60. I have an advanced degree in sarcasm from the University of Life. I began storytelling as a preschooler. My Barbies could often be found with full body casts (made from tissue and tape) from ski accidents or pregnant (a cotton ball stuffed under their clothes) - courtesy of watching All My Children with my mother. Jack & Diane is my first novel.
When Diane's car breaks down during a snowstorm on an empty highway, she's fearful of the driver of the pickup truck with the confederate flag vanity plate who stops to help.
From the moment that Jack sees her warm brown eyes, he knows that his prayers have been answered. Now he just has to convince the beautiful damsel in distress of that too.
Diane Clark is an African-American law student with dreams of big city corporate takeovers. Jack Sloan is a generational farmer with a love of country music and the simple life. Can they overcome their differences and her bad impression of their first meeting to find love?