So… this is a little embarrassing. You caught me. I haven’t published any books. Yet.
Hold on! Don’t click away!
I’m hard at work writing the first book in what I’m calling the Harmony Springs novels. Harmony Springs is a small town in southwest Colorado that I totally made up. I’m an author. It’s what I do. (If you would like to see my inspiration for the town, you can visit my Pinterest Board.) And because my author license (that’s definitely probably a thing) says I can make things up all willy-nilly like, I decided Harmony Springs would be sort of like a “sleeper” community for the ski resorts in that area. That means during the offseason, the good residents of Harmony Springs – and their pets – have entirely too much time on their hands! What, oh, what will they do to keep from getting bored??
Book one is titled Where I Belong and features the bright and beautiful Molly Sanders, a genius computer geek with a passion for animal rescue, and hunky but troubled veterinarian, Scott Fraser. When these two meet, dog hijinks ensue and things definitely start to heat up. (I have a Pinterest Board for this, too!)
Book two is titled Only With You. Although you get to meet Livy Jennings and Cole Fitzpatrick in Where I Belong, this is their story. Livy Jennings might seem like your typical bookish, librarian wallflower, but don’t let her quiet demeanor fool you. This spunky redhead’s got a secret that will blow your socks (and other unmentionables) right off. And Cole? Well, between you and me, he might be my book boyfriend. Tall, dark, and broody, he’s every bad boy fantasy come true, but when you learn his secret, you’ll have a hard time not falling in love with him, too! (Want to guess whether I have a Pinterest Board for this book? Well, you’d be right.)
I’ve got loads of other books planned for this series (6 and counting!), including a novella that, rumor has it, I might make available free to my newsletter subscribers. So check back often. Because seriously, someone needs to keep me on track. My dogs certainly aren’t doing a very good job.