Yasmina is from a small town in the middle of...naw you know better. Yasmina is originally from Vancouver, WA and then by way of the Navy and college ended up in Grays Harbor County with her husband and her two kids and now the two black cats. Yes she has two of the furry beasts.
During the day she keeps the people happy or tries to anyway. At night she tries to keep her sanity by escaping aforementioned family to write down what the evil muses have shoved in her brain all day.
She waits for the graduation of her kids (one imminent and one not so imminent) so that the house will become quite.
She listens to an eclectic mix of music when she writes, anything from Shinedown to Nora Jones and a little of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour thrown in for the fun of it.
Her sarcastic sense of humor has and will continue to get her in trouble but hey who cares?
Yasmina has been writing between cries of MOM and YASMINA for ten years and plans to write for many more.
Cassandra St. James has lost her true love, or she thinks she has. Cassandra's friends are trying to get the empath to learn to live again.
James Austin never looked for love because he never thought he'd find it. James just wanted to find a better way of training a shy colt.
Neither was looking for the other, but someone decided to put them in each others way.
Trying to clear his mind James watches as a sad and lost Cassandra wanders in the park. He knows he should be thinking of Sparks, the colt, but he can only think of the sparks he feels from the brunette.
Cassandra knows she needs to move on in her life before her gift of empathy takes too heavy a toll, but she doesn't want to acknowledge the feelings that are stirred by the handsome man in the park.
Can they find their way to each other?