I am a single mother of two and worked hard trying to make ends meet most of my life, but I would do it all over again knowing how well my boys have turned out. They both have loving families and great careers. I’m proud of them. I’m a frontline worker by day and an Romance Author by night.
I’m at a time in my life now I’m able to work on my dreams, being a cancer survivor one dream is to write my novel that hopefully is a page-turner for my readers who may have a desire for a lover “Livio” to enter your life, even if only in your dreams.
I was born and raised in Canada and am of Italian descent. In my youth, I enjoyed many great stories over my grandmother’s cooking and homemade wine, which has left fond memories.
My father is from Calabria, at the toe of the Italian ‘boot,’ in the extreme south of Italy. Calabria is bordered by two seas; the crystal-blue Loanian and Tyrrhenian Seas. It’s a sunbaked region of rugged mountains, old-fashioned villages and dramatic coastline with many popular beaches, so my father told me. The population is about 1,970,000. The capital is Catanzaro.
Rome & Naples:
On my mother’s side, our family is from Rome & Naples (Caserta) which sits on the Bay of Naples. My grandmother told me Naples is breathtaking. Nearby is Mount Vesuvius, the still-active volcano that destroyed the nearby Roman town Pompeii. My grandmother also talked about Castel Nuovo, a thirteenth-century castle. She mentioned they started building it back in 1279. It took three years to complete. The population of Caserta is about 76,000.
Book One of the Series:
Nothing has made me happier then to complete my first novel of the series, “I’m Here For You My Goddess” so I can share it with all of you. I hope you enjoy my Romantic and Intimate story as much as I have enjoyed writing it.
Book Two of the Series:
A huge thank-you goes out to my six granddaughters for inspiring and motivating me to write my next novel, “We’re Here for You My Goddess” now published.
Book Three of the Series:
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