Sometimes fireman Lucas Strong feels like he can only find any peace and quiet at the local laundromat, where every day is rinse and repeat — until a fateful run-in with his high school crush.
When their foster-turned-adoptive mother suddenly dies,
four brothers struggle to keep open the doors
of her beloved Harlem knitting shop.
A native New Yorker, wife and mother of now young adult twins, Kwana Jackson, who also writes as K.M. Jackson spent her formative years on the ‘A’ train where she had two dreams: 1) to be a fashion designer and 2) to be a writer. After spending over ten years designing women’s sportswear for various fashion houses this self-proclaimed former fashionista, took the leap of faith and decided to pursue her other dream of being a writer.
A longtime proponent for diversity in publishing and now a USA Today Bestseller, Kwana has been tapped by Oprah Magazine, ShondaLand and NPR for their Best Romance lists.
A mother or young adult twins, Kwana currently lives in New York with her husband.