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About Danielle Keil
Danielle is happily married for over 10 years, and has two young children, a daughter and a son, who are exact replicas of her and her husband.
She also is a fur mom to their Corgi, Cozmo, who loves barking, mud, and peanut butter.
Danielle's love language is gifts, her Ennegram is a 9w1, and she loves everything purple.
The way to her heart is through coffee, chocolate and tacos (extra guac).
Find Danielle on social media-- @daniellekeil on Instagram, and @authordaniellek on Facebook. She's a social media addict, so she'd love to be friends!
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Cast from the Shadows is a stand alone novel within the Parkdale Series.
Free from his father’s shadow, Landon has decided to hit the open road. But what happens when a pretty girl hops in the car and invites herself along?
The hardest decision of my life was leaving West Point and telling my drill sergeant father I was stepping out of his shadow.
The second hardest was deciding to jump in a car and travel the country. Alone. To figure out who I was meant to be if not a soldier.
The third hardest decision was allowing a stranger to get in the car with me.
I had my regrets. Allowing Whitney to ride with me was not one of them.
Small town life was killing me. I was born here, but I refused to let my soul die here.
So, I left.
I left behind my family, my job, my friends, and my life and jumped into a stranger’s car without looking back.
Best decision ever.
I only had one regret—giving Landon my heart.
If you like emotional, heart wrenching, small town love stories, you’ll love this new road trip romance novel from Danielle Keil!
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Out of the Darkness is a standalone novel within the Parkdale Series.
He’s the All-American boy, she’s the quiet bookworm girl. But things aren’t always what they seem. Will their love survive when the summer’s over?
As starting QB for two state football championships, and recipient of a full ride to a Division 1 school, you could say I was the King of Parkdale. And I was ready for the best summer of my life.
What I wasn’t ready for was Claire. From the moment I met her, she forced me to uncover parts of myself I didn’t know existed. She showed me that the mask I wore every day as the All-American boy was a façade. This girl was the sun that brightened my world, and I would always protect her.
The problem was, could I protect her from my own self destruction?
I fit the quiet bookworm stereotype to a T, and that was okay with me. I thrived on routine and consistency. This summer was going to be simple — hanging out with my best friends and working as a lifeguard.
Until Brandon came into my life like a whirlwind—strong, forceful, and just about knocked me over. His love helped me move on from events in my past with grace. Being with Brandon pulled me out of my shell. I handed him my heart, trusting him to protect it like he always protected me.
The question was, would it be safe?
If you love heartwarming, emotional, relatable love stories, then you’ll love this moving novel from Danielle Keil!
Into the Light is a standalone novel within the Parkdale Series.
When Jackson gets to college, he finds the girl of his dreams right away. The only problem? She’s his roommate’s girlfriend.
College. A new place, new people, new relationships. Everything was going to be perfect. Life would be perfect balance of partying and studying.
What I didn’t plan on was falling head over heels for a girl first semester. Especially when that girl was my roommate’s girlfriend. Emmy put me in the friend zone, but I was okay with that at first. I would do anything for her.
Anything except hold back how I felt.
College was only a small part of my life plan. I had my classes organized for all four years to maximize time and efficiency. It was color coded and laminated as well. Couldn’t be too careful; failure was always imminent.
What I didn’t count on was life getting in the way of my big plans. I had new friends and a new boyfriend, yet letting them in proved difficult. I began to lose control, allowing one failure after the next.
But what if something, or someone, better came from those failures?
If you like angsty, emotionally charged, heart breaking romances, you’ll love the new friends to lover’s novel from Danielle Keil!