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Category Archives: Love
How things have changed.
This morning, I awoke to puppy kisses, my husband brought me coffee in bed, then went out and got me my very favorite breakfast from a local farm kitchen. It’s been lovely and quiet. My kids will be by in a while and we’ll all go to brunch.
Mother’s Day is a much calmer affair these days. The kitchen stays clean, and there are no art supplies strewn all over the place.
I’m so over-the-moon happy to announce a new project! Together with three of my best writer buddies from Long Island, Patty Blount, Jennifer Gracen and Jolyse Barnett, I’m going to be writing one of a series of Christmas novellas for Jane Porter‘s new publishing imprint, TULE! The book will be released, along with the other three fantastic stories, in early November and I’m soooo excited! My book,
I’m really getting into the new book, which is still not officially titled, and I’ve fallen hard for my new hero, Owen Kent. He’s a full-fledged alpha with a heart of gold…
*fans self* Tell me about your favorite romance hero. What makes him special and or memorable? I’m giving away an Amazon gift card and a bag of author swag to one lucky poster! Come on, talk to me!
Contest is for US residents only,
This is going to be a short post, because I really only have a confession and a question–do you have a guilty pleasure? Something that you love that you don’t broadcast to the world?
Meg, the heroine in The Temporary Wife, loves shoes. The girl lives for her stilettos. We’re not sure, but we think there’s a whole closet in her room just for shoes.
I love my high heels,
I’m starting the second book in my contract with InterMix. It’s part of the same series, so when you read The Temporary Wife, you will meet characters from the new book that I’ve tentatively called A Simple Affair.
I’ve been agonizing over this book. The characters, the plot, all of it. But nothing is harder for me than actually starting.
The first line. *shudders*
I think I’ve got this one.