My novel Schooling Carmen is available in Kindle format free at Amazon.com for the next 24 hours.
*(Usually $4.99, but for 24 hours, that is until MIDNIGHT (pst) May 7th you can get it free.)
“Cross quickly pulls her readers in…It’s not her style to do anything ordinary, or expected.” — Detroit Free Press
“…my favorite book.” –Actress, Lauren London
“…sexy and smart, yet also thought-provoking and timely–with an intriguing touch of mystery.” –HarperCollins
“Moved me to more than tears…changed my outlook on life. Kathleen Cross will be added to my top-ten list.” — Tina Burns for The Road to Romance
Some of the “tags” that describe this novel’s content are:
beautiful, bigoted, faith, friendship, healing, homosexuality, immigration, karma, life after death, los angeles lakers, love, marriage, metaphysics, sexual harassment, social justice, sex, spirituality…
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Desperate to stand out in a family of overachievers, beautiful, bigoted, and bitchy Carmen DuPrè will do anything to leave the “hellhole” high school she works in—even if it means getting groped by a geezer who promises her a promotion.
She’s not worried about things getting out of hand though—if there’s one thing Carmen knows, it’s how use her looks to get what she wants—including courtside Lakers seats and diamond jewelry—from attentive men she cares nothing about.
But when a devastating medical diagnosis threatens to permanently knock her off her pedestal, Carmen might have to trade her looks for her life—and she’s not sure a life without beauty is worth living—which is why she’s risking hers by ignoring her doctor’s advice.
Is it coincidence or divine intervention when a sexy stranger walks into her world insisting there’s a whole lot more to Carmen DuPrè than what’s on the surface? If it’s not too late for her to turn things around, her mysterious guardian angel wants to dish out some serious schooling in a few subjects Carmen knows little about—like faith, hope…and love.