Contacting Me

Here are the links to order Mackenzie’s Distraction:

​Mackenzie's Distraction is also included in a boxed set, Cocktails For Ten. You get ten full size novels for $0.99. You can order it from Amazon, iTunes, kobo, etc. You can find the group of authors on Facebook and Twitter. @CocktailsForTen 

​Here is the link to order Roadside in Kindle or paperback:


Here is what a few people are saying about Mackenzie's Distraction

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
ByAmazon Customeron March 23, 2016
An excellent read - a definite page turner - anxiously waiting for her next book!!

5.0 out of 5 stars I loved this book
ByAmazon Customeron March 18, 2016
I loved this book! I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a new romance novel to read!

5.0 out of 5 stars A great read!
ByBLA 49on March 5, 2016
This is really a good read and very enjoyable. I connected with the characters right away and felt they were well developed. The book starts off with a tragedy that involves her parents and some secrets come out. Joshua and Mackenzie have to go through so much and I felt bad that she seemed to get hit with everything all at once. Now she’s at a point in her life where she has to make some choices and changes.Pick a path and see which one fits for her. I find her spunk incredibly charming, yet in many ways she seems a little timid and emotional. I really enjoyed the story of Trevor and Mackenzie. But what a great story. The flow and pacing were spot on and held your attention. Pulled at my heart strings. My only complaint with this story is I wanted more. I was not ready to reach the last page. I wanted to know more.

5.0 out of 5 stars One click! Great debut novel, cant wait for more from this author
BySMarieon March 3, 2016
Great read. I really enjoyed this book. It felt real and the characters were all developed well. At first I thought there might be too many side characters, but the author does a great job of building a community around the main characters. If you want a HEA with great characters this book is for you.
Mackenzie is a girl who seems like she is at a crossroads in her life. She has a past(although nothing too overwhelming) that keeps her from letting her commit. She is a girl next door with some spunk. She holds her ground but she can also be vulnerable.
I loved the way Trevor was introduced to the story. I didn't know where the author was taking the story at first, but a quickly found out, and I enjoyed the ride. Trevor is a good looking man with a heart of gold. I loved that there wasn't any horrible past or issues. He is just a great guy who falls for a girl, who has to decide if she is willing to take a chance.
Call it chance, fate, or destiny... but Mackenzie and Trevor are brought together by a terrible accident. I enjoyed reading their journey together towards healing and happiness.
Go ahead and one click this book. Great first novel. I look forward to more from this author. She really has a way with building characters and making the story come to life.

5.0 out of 5 stars I like the positive message infused in this romance novel....
ByDavid A. Boianion March 2, 2016
Although not my usual genre, "Mackenzie's Distraction" was an interesting, exciting read. I loved the message instilled in this book that sometimes a tragic, negative event in someone's life can sometimes lead to many positives going forward that would not have been available otherwise. There is very much a favorable, glass half full theme to this story that will make even the most somber readers very happy. The author did a wonderful job of creating an escalating flow and rhythm to the characters relationships and how they evolved. Well done.

5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great read. I loved this book
ByAmazon Customeron February 21, 2016
This is a great read. I loved this book! It reminds me of a happy Nicholas Sparks book! I can't wait to read what Angie writes next!

About Me

Thank you for visiting my page.  I'm new at this, so please be patient with me. 
Throughout my childhood, I loved to write.  I would make up short stories all the time.  As an adult I never felt like I had a good enough vocabulary to write a real book.  My daughter decided for her senior project she would publish a book.  We discussed it and decided she and I would write, edit, and publish the book.  Well, life happened and she didn't stick with it.  I kept writing it just for fun.  When I read other books I would often get ideas to add to my book.  I started reading more and more books that were self-published and I started looking into it.  I decided I would go for it.  I don't expect my book to make millions, but I do know a lot of people would enjoy it.