Happy 2016 CONTEST! Love Redone in Hidden Harbor pre-order links now available
It’s hard to believe that we’re close to mid-January of 2016! We had a really nice December (even with nasty colds that hung around far too long), and we got to enjoy some snow, good food, friends, and family. I released the seventh book in the Beyond Love Series, “Beyond the Mistletoe”, and I finished a novella for my newsletter subscribers “A Very Merry Wedding: A Gabby and Jason Novella” and sent it out to them as a fun surprise for 2016. If you missed out, it’s not too late to subscribe to my newsletter by clicking here. In the subject line, make sure to include “A Very Merry Wedding” so we know to send it out to you.
The writing schedule for 2016 looks like a busy one and I’m absolutely thrilled about it. There will be at least two new Island County books. Love Redone in Hidden Harbor will be released on Feb. 17th and pre-order links are now available! Mia’s story from the Luke Fletcher Series will be available in 2016 as will the third book in the Afterworld Series. I’m also starting a new series and can’t wait to share the details with you.
Leave a comment and one person will be randomly chosen as the winner of a $10 Amazon card on March 10th! GOOD LUCK!!
And congrats to Lori for winning the last contest!
Natalie Jennings loves nothing more than waking up and going into work at the florist shop she owns in the heart of Fireweed Island. Every morning is pleasant and filled with sunshine and rainbows. That is until she sees an email for a wedding consult slide right into her inbox with the sender’s name of Cole Hill. Her hands get clammy and the cold winter’s day suddenly feels like it’s ninety degrees and climbing. It couldn’t be the same Cole Hill from high school. The universe isn’t that cruel.
But as she opens the email and reads the message, she realizes that it is, indeed, the Cole Hill from high school, and it is the universe’s turn to not only be cruel but downright evil. Cole broke her heart, but not in the normal fashion. He ensured the process was a long one filled with plenty of ups and downs. It all started in first grade and didn’t finally end until the second year of college. And now he is coming back to get married on Fireweed Island.
The perks of being the only florist in town! It’s a good thing she got over him years ago…