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.
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UPDATE on Without Love
Got my cover today. Yes. I'm also in the middle of my first edit. My heroine and hero don't met quick enough so I needed to delete out the entire first chapter. Believe it or not, I'm fine with that. The story actually doesn't start until then anyway.
I won't know the release date until the edits are finished, so I'm going to hold off on releasing my cover for a bit.
But I do like it--a lot.
As far as Tempting Maddie is going, I've set it aside for a while. I'll revise it after I finished Kim's Redemption (or will I call it The Sheriff's Lady), Book four in my Winter Creek series at Beachwalk Press. I've got about
42,000 words on it now. Reading through the old stuff because I started it in the wrong place and added some new stuff in the middle of the written scenes. I can't finish writing anything new until I fix the old.
Still thinking about redoing my Sisters Callaway series. I changed the ages of two of the sisters by a decade. The oldest one, Jessica, has been married for twenty years and the second oldest, Elizabeth, just married the year before my new book one is set. Allison story is first now, and the a new story for Megan (renamed Molly), and then Kelly's (renamed Kayla) will be the last. I like the new concept, but it's a lot of rewriting.
So how is your life going?