Well. That was an ORDEAL! But we’re up! Please CLICK to buy or borrow and ENJOY! (and don’t forget to leave a review!!) Lovers to Enemies… to Lovers? After an emotional breakup way too far in the past, Preston Reid and Angie Campbell would happily never see or speak to each other again. But that’ll never happen as long they’re constantly arguing opposite sides of the same cases in court. And as long as their best friends are dating. And now getting married. The kicker? Their friends want Angie and Preston to plan their destination wedding. As Best Man and Maid of Honor, the two are forced to carry out all of the tasks of putting on a joyous, romantic, happy occasion… and not kill each other in the process. But Angie and Preston are wise to this game. They see it as a ploy to rekindle a long dead romance and push them back together. And as much as they don’t want it to work…it just might. There’s a thin line between enemy and ally, love and hate.
Monthly Archives: January 2016
Aaaaany second now, if it’s not already up, this book will be available in the Kindle store at Amazon! It’s $3.99 for your own personal copy or FREE to borrow if you have a Kindle Unlimited subscription.
In the meantime… or as a teaser… here’s another sneak peek at A Thin Line, a Second Chance, Lovers-to-Enemies-to-Lovers Romance (the really annoyingly long way around).
Today I am sharing a sneak peek at A Thin Line, my second chance, enemies-to-lovers romance. The blurb:
I’m so pleased to announce my next novel, A Thin Line. This is a Second-Chance romance, a Lovers to enemies…. and back to lovers (the really annoyingly long way around). Publication date is still TBA, but I should have some sneak peeks for you in the meantime!
It’s time for another installment of Friday Reads, where I chat about what I’m about to get into over the weekend. We MIGHT get some inclement weather for five minutes, but I’m READY. With books, at least!
What kept me reading was the stellar writing. I felt so close to Faye, felt her frustration and her helplessness and her desperate need to do something. Not to mention the downslide to the final scenes in the book were a tremendous hook. I ended up reading straight through from about 65% to the (awesome) end.
I really enjoyed Ms. Hepworth’s debut, The Secrets of Midwives, so I was happy to read and offer an honest review of this new novel from St. Martin’s Press.
The Things We Keep is a beautifully written novel about the heartbreak of Dementia/Alzheimer’s but also about the hope and beauty that life still holds after diagnosis. The story was told from several points of view, all distinct, but primarily by Eve Bennett, whose husband was “a bad man” and as a consequence has accepted a job at Rosalind House, a residential facility for patients of Alzheimer’s. Eve has gone from a life of luxury as a chef to cooking and cleaning for residents who need to be introduced to her every day.
Once again, I’m reading a book where I’m lowkey mad that the characters dont really exist and neither does this ‘world’ that Christina C Jones has expertly, carefully crafted for her characters. On this, her 20th project, Christina brings us a poignant yet fun story about two people who rub each other just enough of the right way.
Once again, Huguley has poured her entire being into masterful historical fiction and romance, words that paint our history and bring to light the struggles of those that went before us. The times were surely hard… but the love was surely strong.
A teaching invitation gives Professor Donovan Boudreaux the chance to meet his secret email pen pal. Renowned author Gianna Martelli introduces him to the hidden pleasures of Tuscany – and a surprise passion. She soon realizes that they share a unique bond. As friendship flames into an intense affair, a vindictive rival threatens to destroy Donovan’s reputation, career and any hope of a future with Gianna.
My first novel from Deborah Fletcher Mello was a sweet and satisfying read set in beautiful Italy. Like Farrah Rochon’s novels, I love when the setting becomes a character in itself. I pictured myself walking through the family vineyards and I loved reading about the university and the city as much as I enjoyed reading the love story of Donovan and Gianna.