I have just published Swimming in Rain on Amazon. Below is the very beautiful cover, summary, and the link where you can purchase it - for only $0.99!
Swimming in Rain -In a modern re-telling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, twenty-one year old Ronnie Austen and her older sister T are in the market for a roommate due to the increase in rent. When Hannah McFadden walks in the door for an interview, she is a dream come true: she comes from a wealthy family, she goes to the same Southern California university, and she loves Joel McHale nearly as much as Ronnie does. When Hannah invites Ronnie and Taylor to a Christmas party in Los Angeles her brother’s friend is throwing, they jump at the chance to meet new people, including Hannah’s older brother Aiden. Just because he’s attractive and has an English accent doesn’t mean Ronnie likes him; he’s brooding, arrogant, and on top of that, goes to UCLA Law School. The two don’t exactly hit it off, but because Hannah is Ronnie’s roommate and because Taylor has fallen hard for Aiden’s close friend Stephen, they are forced to socialize whether they like it or not. As they slowly start to get closer, George Thatcher, an old school acquaintance of Aiden’s enters the picture and does something that could potentially ruin any chance Ronnie has with Aiden, especially if Aiden’s influential Aunt Judy Solomon has anything to do with it. But that’s only if Ronnie and Aiden can overcome their respective pride and admit to having feelings for each other in the first place.