Now for the February question- Since I’m not planning on going anywhere soon, I’m asking: “What was the best trip you ever enjoyed? And why?”Click here to leave a comment. Then I can travel with you vicariously! ‘-)
Kat’s Strictly Business Partner debuts February 8th!
A spunky heroine takes on a wounded hero as partner, but will they keep it strictly business?
Independent Kat, short for Katherine, Simmons lost her father a year ago. Now the family business, a garden nursery, is in danger because of his medical expenses. She’s forced to take on a partner from the big city.
A year ago Gage Farrell’s life changed due to a fatal boating accident. He’s recovered mostly but lost a fiancée and has forsaken his workaholic lifestyle. He senses his new partner is prickly and uneasy with their partnership. He wants to keep matters all business too. But only heaven knows if they will succeed!
Don’t miss this sweet, sometimes humorous, small town romance with a very happy ending!–Lyn.
A delightful collection of three short stories featuring the basset hound, Leon and his to bipeds: Dora and Etta. Each setting was charming and distinctive, and each story intriguing and a bit finger nail biting. A great collection. A light holiday read!
Our January Question will not be about New Year’s Resolutions!
I’m surprising you with a spring-summer-ish question to brighten January! (Or it might be apropos if you live farther south than I do. ‘-)
What kind of garden do you have—casual, formal, floral or mostly veggie? What plants to you favor? (Mine is presently under snow–but I remember!:-)
My upcoming February contemporary sweet romance, KAT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS PARTNER, the final book in “The Preacher’s Daughters”series is about a young woman who inherits a garden nursery and is vexed to need a business partner! So let’s start thinking green!
Well, hope you all enjoy Christmas and New Year’s and keep safe!—Lyn
(My late cats, V-8 and Tricksy, lying on my lap in front of the tree. I miss them.)
I hadn’t realized that I had read two other books in the “to die for” series. The cover is dominated by a large, shaggy dog, not like the Disney classic, just a big furry canine. Anyway, that’s Fred who does not have a point of view and it’s just a big, lovable pet. The cast of characters are definitely not the kind of people I usually hang around with, and I had sympathy for the hero, amateur detective, since he WAS able to think logically. I understood why he moved away from his family! Anyway, very twisty Turny plot with plenty of red herrings, and a fun dog!
If you haven’t read these, you might want to add them to your holiday reading list. Also my friend Roxanne Rustand has a new holiday novella on pre-order HOLIDAY PUPPY: a Christian Christmas romantic suspense. Take a look!
I’ve teamed up with 30+fantastic authors to give away a huge collection of Sweet Contemporary Romancesto 2 lucky winners! Sweet Contemporary Romance
Contest Dates: October 30, 2023 – November 8, 2023
Oh, and did I mention the Grand Prize winner gets a BRAND NEW eReader? ?
You can win my novel Hannah’s Hometown Hero, plus all the books in the graphic above from authors like Suzanne Woods Fischerand Laura Haley-McNeil. You’ll be asked to follow me on Bookbub and/or Amazon. That’s all!
What’s the November question, you ask? Well, let’s have a bit of fun.
Do you have a fond childhood memory of Halloween or fall in general you’d like to share?
I know many people don’t like all the gruesome and dark things that are now a part of Halloween. I don’t like them either. I won’t even watch Halloween Baking Championship and I watch all the other holiday baking shows. But everything they bake for the HBC is disgusting or revolting looking. I wouldn’t touch it much less eat it. UGH.
But I do have happy memories of cheerful trick or treating as a child and with my children. So anything you’d like to share—funny or heartwarming?–Lyn