Upcoming Works from Trish

Standing on His Own: Book II in the

                                                            New Beginnings series

When his best friend, Slade, decided to join the Army after high school graduation, there was no question Joel would join too. Best friends since kindergarten, the two of them did everything together, and this was no different. A routine mission changed their lives forever. Slade ended up paralyzed while Joel lost his leg. Joel never expected to live with one leg, but he wasn’t going to let it break him. Like he did with everything else, he adapted, and he accepted that he was never going to find love. Women might want to sleep with a war hero, but they sure as hell don’t want to live with and take care of one. That theory proves true until Courtney comes along. Beautiful, independent Courtney with her wicked sense of humor is the perfect woman for Joel. All he has to do is trust her enough to accept that he doesn’t have to stand on his own anymore.

Coming Back Broken: Book III in the

                                                            New Beginnings series

At the age of eighteen, Slade couldn’t wait to join the Army and get away from the boredom of small town living. Two years later, his life is irrevocably changed when an I.E.D blast leaves him paralyzed from the waist down. Though he’s back in the one place he was determined to get away from, things could be worse. At least he’s got a good group of friends to help him out, and that will have to be enough. No woman wants to be stuck with a broken man. Then Mac comes crashing into his life, stirring up feelings that Slade never thought he would feel again. As much as he wants her, Slade can’t believe she feels the same. Will his insecurities keep them apart, or will Mac be able to convince Slade she loves him the way he is?

What the Heart Sees: Book IV in the

                                                            New Beginnings series

Being born blind, Ken has always lived a sheltered life, thanks to his overprotective mother and older sisters. If it wasn’t for his best friend, Stone, he’d never have any kind of freedom, let alone a life. Twenty years old and still living at home, Ken is ready to be independent. When he moves into his own apartment and meets his new neighbor, Cassandra, he knows he’s made the right decision. Ken wants Cassandra, and the feeling seems to be mutual, but he’s worried. Can he be everything she needs, or will his blindness get in the way of their happiness?



Out of Hiding: Book V in the New Beginnings series


Bash spent his life training for a spot on the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team. After trying out twice, and failing to make it both times, he finally gave up his dream in favor of coaching other young gymnasts. There’s never been time for love, which is just as well. Though his family says they accept that he’s gay, it’s obvious they’re not comfortable with it. Besides being busy, Bash is somewhat shy. Being alone is just easier, but he’s tired of it, especially when he meets Luke. The beautiful barista is exactly the type of guy Bash has always been attracted to, but he knows his family isn’t going to approve of Luke and his flamboyant ways. Will Bash have the courage to overcome his shyness and accept Luke’s love, or will his family drive them apart?

No One Really Knows: Book VI in the

                                                            New Beginnings series

Stone has spent the last few years watching his friends convince themselves they’re in love. That’s fine for them, but Stone isn’t going to be sucked into that trap. Love isn’t real. Money and sex, that’s what women really want, and Stone is happy to give it to them. No one is getting past Stone’s carefully crafted walls. Not even Joss, the beautiful woman whose attitude and sarcasm rivals his. They can sleep together, but falling in love is too risky. It means opening himself up and letting Joss see things about him that no one really knows, and that’s never going to happen. Is it?