Leslie Sutton and Kade “KC” Coleman find themselves at odds when a KC opens a family salon that directly competes with Leslie’s small town beauty shop. But when Potter Lake’s Mayor reveals his true motivations, the two must set aside their squabble and work together to save the sweet, southern, slow moving town– and of course saving each other along the way.
As always, this is unedited and subject to change.
Girl. GIRL! I have to admit to not reading Phyllis Bourne before but you can bet your sweet behind that I will be catching up on her backlist, because this book is GOOD. Phyllis says her motto is BIG DUMB SEXY FUN and all of it was in this book. Funny, romantic, engaging and a very fulfilling read with some hints to followup novels so yay!
I… am not sure what this story is or where it is going, but on my way out the door one Friday evening, something started writing itself in my head and Leslie’s Curl & Dye won’t go away. It’ll probably be a short story… I don’t know. We’ll see where it goes! Anyhoozle, I wanted to post something new since Sam’s is still revving up. Hope you enjoy and I hope you see more. NOTE: This is a long snip, so grab a cuppa and take a seat!
If I was a different kind of woman, Gibson Kincaid could do a lot for me.
But I’m not, I realize with a sigh, coming down from my high. I’m a married woman trying to divorce her husband. An attraction to a man that wants to be my divorce lawyer wouldn’t turn out well at all.
A quick post to wish a happy birthday to my debut novel Brunch at Ruby’s. Oh and a happy birthday to ME!
When I published my first (full length) book, Brunch at Ruby’s, I was left with a feeling of now what? I had a huge presale, and then a good couple of weeks of sales, and then the numbers started to fall and I didn’t know what to do. How was I supposed to keep that momentum? How would I keep people coming back to my page on Amazon|B&N|Smashwords, etc?
I asked a couple of more successful indie authors, what was the secret to high sales? What was the secret to a huge following? What was the secret to getting people to notice you, to keep selling books? The answer?
So, I’m doing a thing, to celebrate the anniversary of the release of my debut novel, Brunch at Ruby’s, next week. And that thing is that I am going to make it cheap. PRACTICALLY FREE, YOU GUYS. CHeck out the deals!
Welcome to another Sample Sunday at The Sweet Escape! I’m sharing a snip from the Brunch at Ruby’s followup, Dinner at Sam’s. It is the continuation of the story of three lifelong friends and good, southern food. If you haven’t read Ruby’s, this week would be a great week to pick it up — I’ll be running a Kindle Countdown Deal beginning March 17th! From March 17th- March 24th, Brunch at Ruby’s will start at 99cents and over the course of the next seven days go back to it’s regular sale price of $2.99. Make plans to grab it while it’s cheap! In addition, Anonymous will be FREE from March […]
Welcome to another Sample Sunday. With the anniversary of Brunch at Ruby’s release approaching, I hope these samples from Dinner at Sam’s will whet appetites for the next episode in the lives of Renee, Maxine and Debra.
Slightly edited, subject to change, as usual! Enjoy!
Having It Both Ways represents, to me, a tearing down and a building back up. I think Yves and Elijah met and fulfilled a need for each other, so many books ago. But I also think that relationships reach a place where you have to grow… either together or apart, but it has to [i/go somewhere[/i]. The split was heartbreaking to read about, but I also think it was necessary for the two of them to explore away from each other to realize what they truly meant to each other. Unfortunately this discovery happened at the expense of the love and adoration of other people, but as that quippy saying goes, the heart wants what it wants.