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I’ve been writing for twelve years and it’s a little surreal that today my debut romance, The Temporary Wife, releases. I could wax poetic about this, but to be honest, I’m a little overcome. I worked so hard to make this happen and now it has.
And I’m sitting here wondering what I should do.
So, I decided to pop on here and say thank you to all the people who helped me realized this dream.
I’m a lifer.
I said this last week when my husband and I ran away from home and spent a weekend in Greenport, Long Island, a small town nestled at the far east end of the Island’s North Fork about sixty miles east of my hometown. It’s rural. It’s quiet and it sits in the middle of Long Island wine country. It is, hands down,
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.
My book is up for pre-order on Barnes and Noble, Amazon and iTunes. Yes, The Temporary Wife is real! There’s no cover yet, but hopefully we’ll see that soon. In the meantime, here’s the “back” cover copy.
It was an offer she couldn’t refuse…from a man she couldn’t resist.
Kindergarten teacher Megan Rossi is devoted to being a mother to her best friend’s five-year-old daughter, Molly. When the child was orphaned,