The suspenseful romance made it to #1 on April 9. It also hit #1 on the Best Sellers in Hispanic American Literature & Fiction list and #13 on the Multicultural & Interracial Romance list. Summers has a published novella as well, Like a Moth to His Flame, and plans to release another novel this summer.
In addition to her writing, Summers is an advocate for migraine and cluster headache sufferers. She's been interviewed on HuffPost live and was invited to Washington DC to speak about the need for an advance in treatment for the two debilitating conditions. Summers is a native Texan who currently resides in northern Wisconsin.
Praise for The Storms That Fated Us
"In The Storms That Fated Us, J.P. Summers writes a riveting tale of lies and deception and of course, misunderstandings...that forces you to ride the emotional roller coaster to the very end." - Readers' Favorite
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