I just wanted to let everyone know that I’m working hard to get Chasing Shadows, book #2 in the Shadow Series, to you as soon as possible. It’s slated to release in November 2012, but there’s a chance that it may be earlier. When I say a chance, I mean I hope that by some miracle the editing process will magically become easier instead of it feeling like I’m hitting my head against the wall.
In the meantime, I encourage you to read my new contemporary romance, Love Left Behind. It’s a bit different from the Shadow series – and by different, I mean more explicit. That’s a good thing, right? Oh yeah, and it’s a regular romance with nothing that goes bump in the night. I mean, other things bump, but…you know what I mean.
Hope you enjoy!
I’m very excited to announce that my new adult contemporary romance, Love Left Behind, has been released! Emma Mills is an ordinary woman whose life is about to become extraordinary. I’ll let her tell you about it herself:
It’s not everyday that you get to move to New York City and reinvent yourself. I was tired of being boring, predictable Emma Mills. I was convinced that my life would be totally different in the Big Apple.
And I was right.
Jackson Reynard was irresistible and I had no plans on resisting him. Jackson was the epitome of tall, dark and handsome and I was more than happy to let him sweep me off my feet. I expected a summer fling but instead I got a heart-stopping romance. I realized that I had met the love of my life. I just didn’t realize that sometimes love isn’t enough.
It’s hard enough getting over an ex. It’s even harder when he becomes Hollywood’s next biggest heartthrob and his face is plastered on every magazine cover. But the hardest part? The hardest part is when he thrusts himself back into my life and won’t let go of the past.
I survived losing the man I loved the first time. I don’t think I’ll survive it again.
It’s currently available at Amazon here and at Barnes & Noble here.
- I think I’m becoming lactose intolerant. Either that, or it’s not a good idea to eat an entire tub of frozen Cool Whip in one sitting. Is that even considered dairy? I think it’s mostly synthetic. But damn, it was good. During…not after…
- Almost done with the second book in the Shadow Series. I was writing late last night and started to get creeped out. I didn’t get much done because I kept checking behind me to make sure no one (or thing) was lurking. Mental note: only write during daylight.
- I read somewhere that dogs don’t like to make eye contact. Is that true? My dog stares at me constantly. I’ll be minding my own business, and I’ll suddenly get the feeling that I’m being watched. Sure enough, I turn around and my dog is staring me down. I think the longest time I’ve clocked her staring at me without moving is five minutes. That can’t be normal.
- I’ve come to the conclusion that I have an addiction to bad reality TV shows. The list of shows I watch is embarrassing: Dance Moms, Real Housewives of NYC/Orange County/Beverly Hills, Top Chef, Big Brother (I swear no one watches this show except me), Flipping Out, American Colony: Meet the Hutterites (I know…), Teen Mom (although I fast forward all the segments now except for Macie’s), Impractical Jokers…okay, I need to stop listing because this is sounding pathetic. Does the fact that I watch PBS balance this out at all? Yeah, I didn’t think so.
One day until the weekend! Yippee!