Rachael Tamayo

International Best Selling Author and Book Reviewer. Author of The Friend-Zone series, Pshycological Thriller, Crazy Love, and short stories.

My dream comes true July 1st, 2016

Some people were a bit surprised when I told them that I had signed a publishing deal with Solstice Publishing. Not because they think I can't write, but because they didn't know I did.  I've been a writer off and on all my life, but didn't always share this part of myself with everyone.

Why? Because I found it hard to imagine my biggest dream coming true. Ever since I can remember, all I wanted to do was become a published writer. I took a break. I got married, had my son,  delved deep into the 911 career that I know and love. Then approximately one year ago, I picked up my proverbial pen and started to write again.  Thanks to an amazing group of critique partners that gave me good advise and the courage to keep going, my book is being published and is for sale this Friday.

I still can't believe it!  Now my friends read it with amazement, telling me they can't believe I could always write this way and they didn't know. One told me "I can't believe you wrote this, it's really good." 

The best part is, this is only book one. There are 2 more books to follow in this series. 

Chase Me comes out this Friday.  I'd love to hear from you after you read it. Hit my up on Facebook or Twitter. You can also find me on GoodReads, where I'd love to hear your review or you can post a question for me. 

So what's it about? 

Adrienne Lawrence loves her friends. It seems, however, that she doesn’t get along with her family as well. One hot Texas summer, Adrienne manages to fall headfirst over her own big mouth when she lies to her Mom about a long term boyfriend in efforts to squelch her Mom’s nasty comments about having a date for a family wedding.

Clint Montgomery, one of her best friends, kindly steps in agreeing to play the part of the devoted boyfriend during a week-long venue wedding across the country.

After a week of pretend kisses and smoldering looks, the lines between what is fake and what is real seem to become fuzzy. The only problem is, Adrienne doesn’t want to become one of the women that Clint leaves in his wake, but fighting what she’s feeling is becoming almost impossible.  

I look forward to all your comments, reviews (the good, bad, and the ugly!) Thank you!