Some know that back in 2013, after the loss of my best friend Jessica Jaros Davis, I started writing THE CURSED JACKSON GREEN, which has since become PACIFIC PREP: BLOODLINES. What most don’t know is that after hitting 91 pages and deciding to dedicate the story to my friend, my mom Denise Zangaro was the very first person to read it. She returned the manuscript with so much red ink that it looked like a murder mystery. Her notes were honest but with love. I’m so grateful for her interest and contribution to my story. How she looked at me, was so encouraging. I’ll never forget it. It’s only right that I list my incredible mom as an editor; after all, she was my first.