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About Sandy Lo
Sandy Lo is an author, blogger, journalist, and digital strategist. Her personal story is inspiring. Sandy started StarShine Magazine, an online publication in 2001, at the age of 18. She wrote her first novel in 2009, “Lost In You,” followed by the “Dream Catchers” Series. She was the first person ever to professionally interview Taylor Swift and has received personal endorsements for her books from members of boy bands Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees.
She has been included in the “50 Writers You Should Be Reading” list by The Authors Show, and “Dream Catchers“, “Breaking The Moon” and “Indigo Waters” reached the Top 100 Best Selling Coming of Age novels in Amazon’s Kindle Store. What makes Sandy even more unique, is that she relocated from NY to Nashville in order to write “The Watch Dog,” which is set in a fictional town outside of Music City. “The Watch Dog” reached the Top 10 Ghost Stories on Amazon.
In 2019, Sandy published her 10th title, “Decaf For The Dead“, a story inspired by her time working as a barista. 2020 will bring the next installment in the “Dream Catchers” series and a sequel to “Decaf For The Dead” is in the works.
When she’s not writing novels, Sandy spends her time interviewing celebrities, marketing for various brands and businesses, traveling, and enjoying time with family and friends.
Bittersweet memories come rushing back to Garrett, and the ghosts of his past begin to haunt him. The one thing from his childhood he keeps trying to find–his long gone mutt, Brownie, seems to be what is leading him to places he doesn’t want to go, and people he never wanted to see again.
One of those people being Cori Davis -- the chubby redhead girl he once bullied grew into a feisty woman who had all eyes and ears on her whenever she opened her mouth to sing.
Rett finds himself facing every single one of his demons as he tries to figure out what his spirit guide dog is trying to tell him.
"The Watch Dog" is an emotional story of redemption, unconditional love, and acceptance.
The DREAM CATCHERS series is not just a rock star romance, but it's about taking chances, chasing dreams, and finding yourself.
*Now with a preview for "Breaking The Moon", the 2nd book in the series
After some unexpected news, the girls find themselves spending the summer living aboard a dive boat in the Bahamas with a family friend. After five years of not being in the water, Cosette finds herself confronted with the one thing she works so hard to avoid.
Fin Hughes, the Captain’s son, is tasked with the duty of getting her back into the water. Handsome and arrogant, Fin finds himself torn between the two sisters. Are his feelings for Cosette worth pursuing, or does he give into the flirtatious ways of Madeleine?
The Hadley sisters need to overcome personal obstacles. Will they finally realize they need each other to survive this summer?
That famous baseball player isn’t a stranger, however. He’s Cami's ex-boyfriend, Jordan's little brother, Drew Ashton. With leftover feelings for gorgeous rock star Jordan, Cami finds herself in quite a predicament as his equally irresistible baby brother starts to steal her attention more than just bases.
TAKE ME HOME is a story of loss, loneliness, renewal and true love, making it a wonderful addition to the romantic book series!
A follow up to 2010′s DREAM CATCHERS, Sandy Lo continues Haley’s journey of self-discovery as she is faced with new obstacles all while trying to understand the tormented past of her boyfriend, Jordan.
In the beginning, love is as easy as breathing. After almost two years of dating, Haley and Jordan are the perfect couple. They’re young, carefree and on the brink of their dream careers. Life is perfect until their world is turned upside down by unexpected news: Haley is pregnant. The couple struggle with the news as well as Jordan’s demons and concepts on family. Will they be able to pick up the pieces after their world shatters?
Patty “Topaz” Del Feliz had one dream in life … to be wanted. She considers her story to be that of the ugly duckling and now that she’s desired by millions of fans, it’s just not enough. Her image was built solely on the motto “sex sells”. Topaz is quickly realizing looks don’t buy respect … or love. Her last romantic relationship flopped due to her public party girl image the paparazzi is always eager to exploit.
When Danny D. – the bad boy of the band Tortured – shows interest, Topaz can’t help but want him, in spite of his reputation. She knew it was purely lust and she accepted that. Using each other is fine if it’s mutual, right? That is until Danny gives her the courage to go after a real music career and not one based on her next outrageous publicity stunt.
While developing their business relationship, Danny and Topaz can’t deny their magnetic attraction to one another. Will this be another tabloid romance that fizzles fast or is there something more behind the flashing lights and screaming fans for this dynamic duo?
Fanning the Fame is book 7 of the Dream Catchers series. For the first time in the book series, the story is told through dual points of view and takes a few steps back from book 6, which introduced Danny and Topaz’s interest in one another.
The world is different now that she’s gone. Food is tasteless, the sun dim, and Dilly can’t remember the last time he felt the touch of another human being, even though he remains close to the baristas at Café Conquistador. Life will never be the same…
That is until a stunning young woman enters the café one day.
Jocelyn sees Dilly unlike anyone else and he can’t help but feel guilty for feeling drawn to another woman… There is just something about Jocelyn that feels familiar to him and he’s not sure why.
Legend has it that the Café Conquistador is haunted. Maybe it’s just tall tales or maybe it’s wishful thinking by the Conquistador baristas who miss seeing the most in love couple they’ve ever known sipping coffee together every morning.
Most of all, Aylin wants the love story her parents have. In a world full of divorce, and a society that has made it hard for her to be “normal”, she is not sure if true love can be her reality.
She finds herself struggling to grow romantically and keeps hitting a dead-end with men. From the egotistical pop-rocker Rad Trick to hipster music critic Mike, Aylin is not particularly gaga for either of them, and can’t help to pine for too-old-for-her, Colin Houlihan, who happens to be her father’s tour manager.
The impetuous Aylin can’t help but make passes at the flirty, always doting on her Colin, and when he actually admits an attraction to her, the two are on dangerous ground.
The experience leaves Aylin wounded, but ultimately sends her on a journey to find out who she is and what she really wants, and maybe to the special someone she had hoped for.
*"Spotlight" is the 6th book in the "Dream Catchers" Series and is from the perspective of photographer Haley Foster and rock star Jordan Walsh's daughter, Aylin.*
Three years have passed and famed music manager Cami Woods finds herself engaged to the man of her dreams, New York Yankee captain Drew Ashton. While they struggle to balance their busy, high-profile careers, the couple are still smitten with one another and hope to have a baby by the time they marry.
With the pressure of conceiving, Drew’s college reunion approaching, and the confession of leftover feelings from her ex-husband, Cami finds herself once again reevaluating love, but this time, it’s not her feelings she’s concerned with, but rather both her fiance’s and ex-husband’s.
While Drew is pondering the path he has taken in life, which led him away from his first love, Katie, he finds himself pulling away from Cami, the one person who filled the hole in his heart. Drew feels Cami is too independent to be the wife he always imagined.
Faced with the realization she might lose Drew after he sees Katie again, Cami contemplates falling into old habits, like the temporary comfort in the arms of Danny, her ex.
THE REUNION is a journey through the ugly feelings of jealousy, suspicion, guilt and living in the past, but ultimately, it’s about learning from old mistakes and taking hold of your future before it’s too late.