Another three available from the fabulous T.S. Joyce! I’m a bit behind at the moment so the first two, Air Ryder and Novak Raven are already out and Blackwing Dragon will be out soon!
If anyone is looking for a response on some opening lines of a book, I highly recommend a facebook event happening soon. Hosted by the Kickass Chicks, a colleague of mine with Kensington, Penny Barber, is going to be critiquing book openings and giving feedback on why she would or would not read on. So important in the publishing industry to catch that publisher, agent, or editor’s eye. Keep them engaged. Give it a go!
PICK UP LINES March 2, 2016 https://www.facebook.com/events/1024966214234096/
Congratulations to author Liza O’Connor on her latest release, A Fortune To Die For, the first book in the White Oak Mafia series. A unique view on winning the lottery and what it really can do to a person. I always enjoy working with Liza for her unique content and a different approach to the traditional romance novel!
Congratulations to T.S. Joyce on her latest release Boarlander Bash Bear. I adore Bash. I think he’s one of my favorites. It was a pleasure to work on this with Miss Joyce!
Congratulations to Gemma Brocato who released a Five Senses short!
Every day is filled with conferences, obligations, and disciplinary meetings for Assistant Principal Sarah Willis. When a student is sent to her office, a confrontation with his father, the new fire marshal in Granite Pointe, doesn’t extinguish her instant attraction to the man.
When his son gets into trouble at school, Cris Bayfield discovers he’s hot for teacher. His interest in Sarah goes beyond parent-teacher conferences, but her artistic side and his past history could spell doom for any potential relationship.
When the theatrical director for the high school play resigns unexpectedly, Sarah has to step in as the understudy, throwing her in Cris’s path on a regular basis. As they spend more and more time together, her resolve to not get involved with a parent goes up in flames.
Jem Kerrigan appears to have it all. Her husband, Jack, loves her to distraction. She owns a thriving café in Granite Pointe, and she’s considering expanding her business. The only thing not falling nicely into place, the thing she wants most, is a baby bump.
Hoping to distract Jem from their inability to conceive, Jack buys Sea View House and encourages her to pursue her dream of opening a banquet space. Jem is skeptical when she sees the dilapidated wreck atop a bluff. Deserted for a decade, rumors are rampant about ghosts and ill-fated love stories. While there is something haunting about the hundred-year-old mansion, the woven hearts themeenchants Jem.
After discovering the tragic story of the original owners, Jem begins to understand the importance of the carvings of entwined hearts scattered throughout the house. The motif quickly becomes a symbol of Jem’s love for Jack. The promise of their future together is spirited, even if Jem’s arms remain empty.