You first met Erin Tanaka in The Winner Takes It All, and now it’s time for her to tell her story. Erin has had some of the worst luck with men. She met her ex-fiance, Mike, on Craigslist and stuck with him for ten years until she finally became fed up with being his “mom” and doing everything for him. After meeting Jesse, who claimed to be the Captain of a Hells Angels chapter, Erin is easily manipulated into leaving her fiancé for someone who seems to connect with her and pays her the attention she’s been craving, but that relationship holds nothing but disaster for her. Once she finally moves on from Jesse, it is one failed relationship attempt after another.
It isn’t until she goes to New York City for the final rounds of The Next American Superstar, a reality talent show, that she meets a decent guy who sweeps her off her feet. Traver is a model and actor working as a bartender, and not only is he delicious to look at, he seems to say all the right things to break down the walls that Erin has built around her heart. Will she be able to start a new chapter with Traver, or will she be bogged down by the baggage from her past? Find out what happens in the first part of the Love in N.Y.C. series.
The Love in LA Series
A self-published author of romantic and erotic fiction, Audrey Harte released her first book, Love in All the Wrong Places, on April 10th, 2013 and the sequel, All the Right Things, on February 13th, 2014. The third and final book in the Love in L.A. series, The Winner Takes it All, is tentatively scheduled to be released on September 16th, 2014. She has also just announced a crossover series, the Love in N.Y.C. series (Say Anything, Say Something and Say Nothing), which she is already working on.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Audrey Harte grew up an only child for the first eight years of her life, which forced her to use her imagination to keep herself entertained. In 1991, she moved to Nebraska where she attended junior high and high school and participated in several plays and musical productions at the local community college and West Nebraska Arts Center. In 1998, Audrey relocated to Los Angeles, California where she has lived ever since. She has been writing poetry and song lyrics since she was young, but only more recently has she joined the indie author community.