Love. Fear. Heartbreak. Happiness.
Jake Nicholls is a florist with a past he would rather forget. He’s content spending his days helping people express their love with flowers. He isn’t looking for love.
When Max Christiansen walks into Pocket of Posies for help with his sister’s wedding planning, he isn’t expecting to find someone like Jake. Max is drawn to Jake but the other man seems wary.
Jake is frightened of the attraction between them. He is afraid that letting Max in will mean heartbreak. Max is afraid of missing their chance for something real. Two people, both broken, are trying to find their way to a happy ending, but the light at the end of the tunnel seems so far away.
Early readers have called Paper Flowers:
"An honest expression of the human condition."
"Superbly written and adorable as hell."
"Sweet, emotional, and compassionate. It teaches us that everyone deserves a happy ending."
"A true love story. Heartache, longing, passion, and joy are all part of Max and Jake's story. It stays with you long after the final page."
About the Author
She is a queer* feminist, a Ravenclaw, has an INFP personality, and prefers her book collection and animals to people.
These days she resides in Melbourne's Eastern Suburbs and spends her days drinking tea, petting her housemate's cats while she writes and studies with some television show playing in the background.
She writes adult fantasy and romance, and children's fantasy.