Sunday, January 18, 2015

New Book!!!!

Happy 2015!

I am proud to announce that I have a new book coming out on January 23, 2015, called Working My Way Back to You!

Here's the description and an excerpt! And don't forget to come back tomorrow for another excerpt!

Beth and her ten-year-old son are living happily in Lobster Cove, Maine--the only place she's felt true love. She works hard as a single mom to provide for her son. Her world is rocked by the appearance of her high school sweetheart. Love for Jeff battles with fear that he will find out he's the father of her precious son. Lies pile upon lies as she dodges his questions about the child.
PE teacher Jeff Myers can't believe his eyes when he spots a familiar face in the diner. Though the beautiful Beth ducks his advances, his persistence finally wins out and she agrees to a dinner date. But when he discovers she gave birth to a son rather than the daughter she'd told him about, he is over-the-top angry.
Can they escape the quagmire of emotions, rediscover love,  and bring three people together as a family?


“She isn’t here. Don’t say anything else.” She
disappeared behind the door.
A tiny blonde, Jenna squeezed the bridge of her
nose looking like Tinkerbelle trying to stave off a
migraine. “I wouldn’t dream of doing anything
“You are totally made of awesome,” Beth said
from behind the door. “I owe you.”
Jenna sighed. “I’ll put it on your tab.”
“And that’s why I adore you.”
“You adore me because I sign your paychecks.”
The door to the shop opened. “Shut up,” Jenna said,
sotto voce. “May I help you?” she said, in a very hearty
voice, to the new arrival in the shop.
“Yeah, I’m looking for someone named Beth.” Jeff
glanced around the store. “I know this looks weird, but
Maggie and Sally told me she works here.”
Jenna cleared her throat. “Beth isn’t here right
now.” Big pause. “Do you want to leave her a
Beth trembled waiting for Jeff to answer Jenna.
“When she comes back, tell her Jeff Myers was here
asking about her. Here’s my card so she knows how to
get in touch with me.”
“You got it.”
Beth waited until the store door opened and closed.
Jenna yelled, “Ollie, Ollie, oxen free! Come out,
come out wherever you are!”
Beth inched out of the storeroom. “Thank you so
Jenna crossed her arms under her chest. “Okay.
Who is that man and why is he wearing my coffee?" 

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