In all my romances as soon as the man and woman see each other no other person will ever come between them. From the first day of their meeting until the resolution of all the conflicts keeping them apart the two will stay true to their developing love.
Whether the story is hot and sexy filled with hard-bodied man and beautiful women searching to fulfill their wildest fantasies, or family-oriented and traditional with every day heroes and normal heroines searching to fulfill gentler needs, my romances will always end with an everlasting love.
A few updates
Some good news--
Hey, look on the left. My new cover for my re-release with Beachwalk Press, Winning the Bet. Love this better than the original. No release date yet.
Oh, and the purple scarf in her hands does have meaning in the story.
Sold one of my reverted-back-to-me romances to Beachwalk Press. Right now I'm going through edits for Winning the Bet. No cover or release date yet, but will keep you posted.
One thing I noticed--I use the word 'up' way too much.
Also submitted my Nanowrimo story, Finding the Right One, to The Wild Rose Press. The very first book I'd ever sold was to the publisher and haven't sold to them since. You can read a sample of it here. Hopefully they'll pick up this one. I won't know anything until August. Finding the Right One is a sweet romance with a need for the hero to be the heroine's fake lover. Enjoyed writing the story.
And, good news for me at least, I've started writing the fourth (last) Winter Creek book. So far only got about 1000 words rewritten, but like it. Beginning are hard for me. I'm just pushing through until I get to a place where I'm comfortable writing. It always happens that way for me.