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The Glass House
  • The Glass House

    The Glass House

    Built by Emma’s grandfather out of the boundless love 

    he had for his wife, Rosie, and through his dedicated 

    passion for architecture, The Glass House eventually

    came to be a well-known beacon on Heceta Beach.

    Its ultimate destiny was to become a

     home full of love, loss, and solace 

    for generations to come. 


    Emma meets Miles


    It was truly love at first sight for these two. 

    Passionate and in sync with each other,

     they feel instantly connected.

    Yet, life sometimes has a way of changing things.


    Izzy is Emma’s hometown friend.

    She’s reactive & fiery.

    She certainly regrets the day she ever 

    introduced Emma to Miles. 

    Her jealousy toward Emma pushes her to obsess 

    about how to pull the couple apart.


    Emma meets Maxwell


    Family, baking, and love feed her passion for life

    but she can never quite get Miles out of her heart.


    Fabulous friends in the city and a new acquaintance

    named Maxwell, help skyrocket Emma into a sweet career, 

    but the Oregon Coast keeps calling her home.


    Follow Emma’s journey from the majestic Pacific Northwest to 

    New York City and back again, 

    where she finds herself torn between 

    two places and two hearts.

    Will unexpected danger & jealousy 

    make her believe loving someone 

    could be too much?



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      I have a select number of First Edition prints available to personalize and send directly to you.

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