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Laney Wylde is enamored with all things southern California––the traffic, smog, surprise earthquakes, and nonindigenous palm trees. Consequently, it’s the landscape her strong and sometimes lovable female leads paint their stories on. Her New Adult novels Never Touched and the After Twelve series are bright with provocative themes, steamy romance, and inappropriately timed humor.
When Laney isn’t writing, she’s singing Taylor Swift with her little boy or asking her husband not to tell her about his work as a surgical resident while she’s eating. She daydreams about using her math degree to get into law school, then realizes that would be too much work and that she should just play pretend court on paper instead. While she loves a good book, nothing beats 30 Rock with a bag of popcorn and M&Ms.

Never Touched

Never Touched

Sawyer is a survivor—gritty, determined. But the struggle to put it all behind her is something that's with her every second of the day. Her abuser is in jail now, but he'll never truly let her go. When she tries to shelter in something good, the darkness inevitably follows. The effects of the abuse flow through her life in this coming of age drama about finding the courage to keep fighting. More info →
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If She Were Blind

If She Were Blind

Not everyone can get justice the traditional way—that’s where Estlyn Collins comes in. A young lawyer in Santa Monica, her "legal" service, After Twelve, works outside the courts to tip the scales of justice…for a price. Estlyn's success rate is stellar and she’s on top of it all, but when she’s contacted by a ghost from her past seeking vengeance against her, she’s shaken to her very core… More info →
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If She Plays His Game

If She Plays His Game

Estlyn is good at cutting deals. The one she’s working on now will get her a clean criminal record—and get her brother and incarcerated father off the hook, too. The problem is, she’s going to have to orchestrate a murder to get it done. It’s a conscience-wrenching assignment. To make matters worse, she’ll have to reach out to a contact from her past—one she’d hoped to never see again. More info →