Thea Thomas is a full-time writer, living in the greater Portland, Oregon area. She is either creating the worlds in her novels or ghost-writing for several agencies. Having lived in a variety of locations around the world, she happily settled in the Northwest, where the environment and culture encourage a writing life. The rainy weather, lush green terrain, stunning water falls, mountains, ocean, charming neighborhoods and a strong writing community all lend support to a creative lifestyle.
Millicent has come into her own power and beauty since being hired by Sage to take care of her mansion and business.
Now, somewhat ironically, she is in charge of Michael and Sage’s wedding. She has worked hard to assure everything will be perfect for them, while hiding her broken heart over her love for Michael. One last blow comes out of the blue to dash her last hopes that Michael might not marry Sage.
But an even bigger surprise is in store for Millicent in her very near future.
Anyone who loves horses and dogs – and the triumph of love – will enjoy TWO WEDDINGS, the second in the Canyon Road series.
Culture shock. That’s what Nikki experiences when her father is transferred from Laguna Beach to Seattle. Gazing up in the gray drizzle at the gargoyles on the apartment building that is her new home, she tells herself that life as she knows it is over, that boredom is all she can hope to look forward to.
But that was before she saw the people in the mirror and before she met the gorgeous young man next door....
The big, old comforting house in the shadow of Disneyland’s fireworks that Elizabeth has lived in her entire life is no longer comforting after Grandfather dies. In the wake of ongoing paranormal events, she decides to move and leave the hauntings behind.
But they only increase as the drama unfolds around Elizabeth’s love for her baby foster daughter, the cherubic Amy, and the marriage she enters into in order to “give Amy a family,” which tailspins into malevolence and abuse. Visitations from Amy’s deceased mother, along with the help of Elizabeth’s remarkable new friend, Peter, come to her aid.
But Elizabeth learns that the greatest power she has comes from inside herself.
No matter how far away from one another two people who are meant to be together try to run, they will eventually run into one another. Love is a circle.