Author has written 83 stories for X-Files, Lost, Friday Night Lights, Homefront, Nashville, Early Edition, Pride and Prejudice, Hell on Wheels, and Walking Dead.
If you enjoy my fanfiction, please consider buying and reading one of my novels. I write under the penname of Molly Taggart. You can like my author page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/romanceauthor
Jeb Anderson is entranced by his brother's lively sister-in-law, but he can’t act on that. His ex-wife wants him back, and they have children. Life isn’t like the simple country love songs he writes to turn a quick buck. It’s thorny and it’s tangled, like family roots, like the poetry that haunts his soul. Jeb recently managed to reconcile with his estranged brother over their father’s coffin, so maybe he can rebuild a marriage with his cheating ex. Or maybe he’s making the worst mistake of his life. Roots that Clutch is a contemporary tale of family, reconciliation, and the obstacles we must overcome on the path to mature love.
High school soccer coach Aaron Mitchell has grown comfortable with his role in his largely traditional marriage. So when his wife takes over a successful catering business and begins to talk of a return to college, he fears being left behind. After all, she's his only true friend. Maybe he needs a buddy of his own, a bromance to bring the romance back to his own marriage. This romantic novella is a light and tender story of married love, male friendship, and comic misunderstandings.
Mark Bennett knows all about piling on, and not just because he plays high school football. Life keeps tackling him when he’s down. First his baby sister died. Then his mother stopped leaving the house. And now his father has moved them to a small town where Mark can’t relate to anyone, not even his own teammates. Well…there is one person who might understand Mark, one person who might see him for who he truly is: Lizzie Walker. He doesn’t know that, though. In fact, he only knows three things about Lizzie: her father’s the town drunk, her grades are in the gutter, and she’s the girlfriend of the guy who just punched him in the face.
Sophie Mitchell may be the top marksman on her high school rifle team, but she has bad aim when it comes to boys. Her best friend Cory tells her that she doesn’t have to date, but how else is she supposed to fit in? Even her own mother thinks she’s eccentric. What seventeen-year-old girl isn’t interested in romance? So Sophie resolves to date even while she remains bullet-proofed from love. As Cory observes her amorous adventures from downrange, he worries that, these days, Cupid might be making armor-piercing bullets. Off Target is a sweet and funny coming-of-age story that can appeal to readers of young adult romance, new adult romance, romantic comedy, or contemporary romance. The story will speak to anyone, young or old, who has ever learned through love.