Yes, I used the plural. Why? Read on...
As long-time readers, you know the Sizzling Scribes
created the fictional town of Port Clef, Connecticut and then we wrote
several stories set there. Each book has, at its core, the two wonderful
ladies who run The Sweet Spot, the town's bakery/confectionery shop. My
contribution to this series was Tied to Home, a novella where we meet Matt and Wiste, two used-to-be lovers who find each other again.
Upon a re-read of that novella, however, I discovered that Wiste's best
friend, Emily, got short shrift. She appeared at the beginning of the
book, then dropped out and is never heard from again. Poor Em! To make
it up to her, I asked her to tell me her story - and she spoke volumes!
In Tied in Knots
we get to see, not only how things turned out for Matt and Wiste, but
we get to meet Dr. Luke Fitzgerald, a hunky relationship counselor who
very much needs Emily's massage therapy.
Because the two books are related, Tied to Home needed a new cover. Many kudos to Lynn LaFleur for designing all three covers.
Three covers? But, Diana! You've only mentioned two books so far!
That's right! If you'd like a copy of these two books for your
bookshelf, you can get them in a single print volume! Of course, you can also get the bundled set in ebook form as well. :)
So, a new cover on Tied to Home, a new release in Tied in Knots,
and a bundled set that's available in both ebook and print. Whee!
PLEASE! Once you've read either (or both - or all!) the books, return to
the site where you purchased it and leave a review. Good or bad.
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