Author has written 3 stories for Twilight.
Pen Name: Sheryl's Sphere
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I have published one romance novel. "Trampled Pearls" by Sheryl Bolton. It is available on Amazon and Tate Publishing. www.trampledpearls.com
It is a coming of age story about a teenage girl, Cheri Phillips, who has grown up in an abusive home life with a crooked cop stepfather and is bullied at school. She is smart and witty, but she has major self esteem issues. One summer between her junior and senior year, she haphazardly meets a boy, Will Simpson, that changes her perspective. As the fall grows near, Cheri discovers that she is unexpectedly pregnant. Cheri has always paid for her stepfather's sins, and now is no different. When Will's dreams are threatened, she pushes him away. She leaves him, for him - not wanting to be a brick around his neck. As she prepares to make plans for her future and the future of her unborn child, tragedy strikes and she is brutally raped by two men seeking revenge on her stepfather. She is left for dead. She survives by a miracle, but what's left of her is a hollow shell and she harbors the secret of her rape and the loss of her baby. Years pass, she isolates herself, drowns herself in work and refuses to allow herself to be happy. Then one day... Will unexpectedly comes back into her life and tries to rebuild a relationship with the girl he still loves. As they talk through the pains of the past, her secret is revealed and Will is shattered but determined that the two men who committed this crime must pay. He embarks on a mission to find them and bring them to justice as he works to restore the love of his life.
I love the Twilight series and the world that Stephanie Meyers created. I am an avid reader and I love Twilight fan-fiction although I have only written a couple of stories.
I am married and have four daughters. Two of them are human and the other two are West Highland Terriers.
Crafting and floral design are a passion for me as well.
I work full time so balance between family, home, reading, writing and crafting is important and hard to do. I look forward to a day when I can retire and do what I love all day long.