Words can’t express how much your response to Love Left Behind has meant to me. I’m in awe of how connected we are in this technological age (this is coming from someone who’s a self-described curmudgeon when it comes to social media) and hearing your response has been amazing. To everyone who read the book, whether you loved it, hated it, or fell somewhere in between, all I can say is Thank you! I can’t ask for much more than you taking time out of your busy lives to read my book.

A special thank you to Maryse whose review really helped to get my book noticed (and Lane for recommending the book to her in the first place!).

Another special thank you to all my readers who helped spread the word – your help was invaluable!

Thank you to all my readers. Y’all are the bee’s knees!

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8 Responses to Gratitude

  1. Jeanne says:

    I just ffffffff I just read Love Left Behind. Fell in love with Jackson. Please, Please tell me what Emma deceided at the end. Where were they going to live?

  2. SHKolee says:

    Thanks so much for reading the book! *spoiler ahead* I know some readers wanted a definitive answer as to what Emma chose, but I wanted to relay the message that it didn’t matter. In the middle of the book, Emma was unwilling to let Jackson sacrifice his career to be with her. But by the end of the book, she understands that Jackson is sincere when he says he’ll be happy as long as they’re together because not only does she have more faith in Jackson, she now has more faith in herself and what she’s worth. And that awareness is of far more significance than the decision of where they’ll live.

    So whether they move to Bora Bora or return to their lives in NYC/LA, they’ll be happy because they’re together.

    That being said, I totally understand wanting a more definitive answer. Sorry! :) But I promise, wherever they are, they’re happy. ;)

  3. daphneamin says:

    Okay I have read this book 3 times in a row since I purchased it. I can’t seem to get enough of Jackson & Emma’s story. Have you considered a second book? There is so much more of their story to unveil. His autocratic behavior and her unwillingness to bend. His fame & her hesitancy on being judge by his public. Her job could take her away from him if she has to travel for business with Drew? Who is Leila? What has Claire been up to? Has she been acting as we’ll? Does she need a little publicity that causes trouble without doubts on Emma & Jackson’s side but starts a publicity war of hurt and upheaval? Weddings…Mia & Nathan’s, theirs,children or the inability to have children?
    I love the way you wove her father in and out of their story, this was very poignant & critical in showing how Emma was able to speak about him to Jackson when all the others in her life found it to painful to speak of as we’ll as worried that she could not handle the pain. It goes to proving that her relationships before Jackson were pale in comparison. Hopefully you will write more on these two! There is so much more to them than Hubel & Katie!
    You are awesome & we just want more! Oh yeah, let’s not forget……the sex was hot! :-)

    • SHKolee says:

      Wow, all great ideas! Now I know who to go to for inspiration! ;) I’m so happy you enjoyed the book. I’m impressed with the 3 readings! Thanks so much for your kind words and enthusiasm!

  4. daphneamin says:

    I’m reading Seeing Shadows now… Had to finally move on :-( . But love Simon & Caitlin’s chemistry. It’s really heating up! Thanks for being such an awesome author. Daphne

  5. Anna says:

    There needs to be a second book I’m dying here wanting more I loved the book it took me 2 days to read!!

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