For the Birds

For the Birds is a second chance love story set in Northern California with elements of romance, adventure, family memories, and plenty of humor.

The cover of For the Birds, which depicts an illustrated image of a man with facial hair holding a woman with red hair.

When a small town girl crosses paths with her Scottish ex, she fakes a relationship to pretend she’s over him. But now they have to work together, and it’s getting harder to lie. Inspired by the song “Exile” by Taylor Swift and Bon Iver, “For the Birds” is now available to read on all platforms.

Sonny McIntyre. For four years Cricket Stone thought he was her soulmate. The way he always put her first. Their all-night conversations and all-morning love sessions. Not to mention Sonny’s sexy lopsided smile, the roll of his Scottish accent, and the fact that his dog loved her best. 

But then he took a job in Wisconsin, leaving Cricket in California to reassemble the shattered pieces of her heart. 

A year later, Sonny is back, and he’s obviously moved on with the gorgeous woman at his side. Cricket can’t let him know she’s not over him, so she does the only thing she can think of at the moment—fake a relationship with a former fling. It’s the perfect way to save face, and she’s sure she’ll never see Sonny again. But when Cricket discovers she and Sonny will be working together, she’s forced to keep up the lie. Of course, working with Sonny only reminds her of everything she lost when he moved away.

Then there’s the obnoxious macaw, sent by her globe-trotting twin sister Meadow. What’s she going to do with this bird?

And how is she supposed to work with Sonny without completely losing her heart?


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