It’s taken just a bit longer than I’d hoped. Several things come into play when publishing a book, writing, cover design, editing, re-writes and so on. When my publisher folded last month, I had no idea how long it would take to get my books back on the market. Between taking the time to re-write and then getting on everyone else’s full calendars, I don’t mind telling you, this has been a endeavor. But, a worthwhile one.
I’m thrilled to announce that Moving to Love is now available on all vendors. This is the re-written, re-edited Dog Days of Summer and it’s a much better book.
Barnes & Noble: http://smarturl.it/MovingToLove-BN
He had love and passion to give, but she was afraid to take it.
Iraq veteran and motorcycle shop owner Jeremiah “Dog” Sheppard is looking forward to the annual Veterans Ride benefit for local vets, but this year he might be rewarded with more than the usual satisfaction of doing a good deed. When he asks the stunning single mother of one of his employees to help with the charity event, he finds himself facing a greater challenge than expected.
Joci James is happy to use her graphic design and marketing savvy to help a good cause but charity might not be her only motivator. She cannot deny a mutual attraction but her bruised heart is closed for business, even to her son’s good-looking boss. Fortunately, the tenacious Jeremiah never gives up without a fight.]]>