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Category Archives: Romance Novels
Spring and Hope and Romance.
I love spring. Everything is bright and shiny and new. It’s less gray, even on rainy days. And – okay – my birthday falls in April, so I am a bit prejudice. To me the season is all about hope.
Hope. Goodness knows we could all use a little of that.
Hope is the reason I write romance. I’ve said this often, but in my darkest times…when I was bullied in school,
The Joy of Romance~Read-a-Romance Month
Read-a-Romance month is upon us and I’m so happy to be part of it through my friend, Lorelei’s Lit Lair. Once again, the topic of the month-long series of essays is broad and widely interpreted. How do I explain The Joy of Romance?
I live romance every day, with my wonderful husband, but let’s face it, what’s brought us all together for this annual celebration is our love of romance novels.
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There have been sneak peeks all over social media, but today is the official cover reveal for Until You, which comes out in March from Tule Publishing. Isn’t it beautiful?
Here’s a little about the book:
When newly divorced Kate Adams is approached on the sunny deck of a California hotel by hockey star David Burke, and he invites her to dinner,
My new novella, This Christmas, released yesterday and its special to me because the setting is the place I call home. Now, my Forever Love Stories are set on Long Island, just like This Christmas, but the locale isn’t at the center of the story. This time, Long Island, with its coastlines and small towns and lighthouses, plays an important role.
Over the Moon with Jamie Farrell
I’m welcoming my friend, romance author Jamie Farrell to the blog today! Jamie has a new book out called The Husband Games and she’s here to talk about her release and help me kick off a new feature we’re going to be doing called “Over the Moon!”
Welcome, Jamie!!! *throws confetti*
When Jeannie asked me what put me over the moon,