Just a reminder that my new anthology short story, ALWAYS THE GROOMSMAN, one of three stories in the anthology FROM THIS DAY FORWARD, will be on the shelves within the next few days (if it’s not already in your area). The stories are all connected and, in keeping with the year-long celebration of Harlequin’s 60th anniversary, all center around the celebration of the sixtieth wedding anniversary of a lovely couple, Claire and Jack Murphy. Claire and Jack’s romance begins this anthology, written by bestselling author Candace Camp, and set in 1949 (I loved the period details she incorporated into her story). My story is about Claire and Jack’s granddaughter, Rebecca, a wedding planner who is having trouble getting her own true love to the altar. And Allison Leigh wraps up the series with the story of Rebecca’s cousin, Nate, a man whose wounded soul can only be healed by the love of single mom Jordan Chelsey. We had a lot of fun collaborating on these stories, and I hope you’ll enjoy the results.
I’m trying something new beginning this month — a give-away contest, just for fun, for those of you who drop in on me here from time to time. Click the tab marked “Contest” for details. This could be a lot of fun. I hope you’ll enter for a chance to win.
Until next time — happy reading.