Posts Tagged ‘romance’

See Bride Run Now Available For Kindle

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

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 I’m happy to say that See Bride Run! is now available as Kindle(TM) ebook. I  love inventing kooky characters and writing hilarious, laugh-out-loud scenes. In See Bride Run! Atlanta billionaire heiress Annie Hartford has no desire to marry a man she doesn’t love; but her controlling father has been calling the shots for his 29 year-old daughter her entire life. Only this time he has pushed Annie too far.
Unfortunately, there are 600 wedding guests waiting for the beauty to walk down the aisle in her designer wedding gown and diamond tiara. (Oh, and did I mentioned her father had 600 lobsters flown in the night before from Portland, Maine?) The posh country club has opened three ballrooms to accomodate the wedding party. Annie knows if she is to escape it is now or never. She hijacks the family limo and heads south, only to have it break down in small town Pinckney, Georgia.
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Annie, who has never wanted for anything, suddenly finds herself homeless, penniless, with only the clothes on her back — yup, you guessed it — her wedding attire which is worth more than a Lamborgini or two. Small town lawyer and restaurant owner Sam Ballard has been unlucky in love, and the last thing he needs is a red-hot blond in a short waitress uniform who seems hell-bent on breaking every dish in his Dixieland Cafe’. But he can’t possibly fire Annie, the whole town has fallen in love with her, and Sam is dangerously close to losing his heart to her as well.

Can rich girl Annie find happiness living in a garage apartment, wearing second-hand clothes, and making her way about town on a borrowed bicycle? Can he trust that Annie won’t run home to daddy when her new life presents one obstacle after another? Truly, See Bride Run! delivers a wonderful cast of characters. I so enjoyed revisiting their lives. I wish I could have joined them for pie and coffee at the Dixieland Cafe’. And so will readers!

The digital copy was released exclusively on Amazon(TM), just in time for Christmas. The print version of this romantic comedy will follow by Christmas, so if you need a great stocking stuffer look no farther. Digital rights for other platforms will be available this spring. I love hearing from my readers. Please let me know what you think of See Bride Run! by reviewing it on Amazon (TM). I look forward to reading them.

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Some Cover Ideas for Reader Feedback on Two Contemporary Romance Covers

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

I just thought I would run a couple cover ideas by everyone for my romance as it was coming out. It is now here and you can buy it with a click.

Blue or Red? What about the text? SeeBrideRunfontrightfront or SeeBrideRun-Blue Let me know on my twitter account, in comments below, or by email what you like best. The book is due out as soon as we can get the final touches (like December 23rd).

I Am Back!

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

After a lengthy absence, I’m excited to announce my upcoming e-book, See Bride Run! It’s a hilarious story about an adorable young woman who will do anything—and I mean anything—to get out of marrying a man she does not love. It will be available just in time for Christmas, exclusively at Amazon. The print version will follow on its heels so if you’re looking for a stocking stuffer, look no farther! In February, just in time for Valentine’s Day, please look for Tall, Dark, & Bad. I know how much you readers love Bad Boys! Long before I began writing the Full House series with Janet Evanovich and my Crazy series for Berkley Jove, I wrote almost 30 funny romances for Bantam Books’ Loveswept line. The books, approximately 60,000 words, have been “lovingly” updated, revised, and polished for your reading pleasure; and will be re-released over the next couple of years, along with a brand new series I’m writing that takes place in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. Be sure to check my website where I will announce upcoming titles. In the meantime, I’m sending you many warm holiday hugs. I hope this is your best Christmas ever!