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RecipesofLove_ebookRemember I said yesterday I had exciting news to share….

Here it is!

I’m so pleased and honored to be a part of this fun book, out just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Recipes of Love: Romantic Recipes by Sweet Romance Reads

The book offers more than 60 recipes and  snippets of stories by sixteen of the award-winning authors of Sweet Romance Reads.

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If you turn to my section in the book, you’ll find recipes made by Haven Haggarty for Brody Jackson in Love at the 20-Yard Line, along with an excerpt from the story.

Recipes include everything from Filet Mignon to sugar cookies and fudge.

The ebook is only 99 cents!

And where can you find the book chock-full of recipes and stories, you ask?

Amazon: http://indi.uno/1x8HHWt

B&N: http://indi.uno/1yCIdxL

Kobo: http://indi.uno/18L21cb

iTunes: http://indi.uno/1x0SGRQ

Google: http://indi.uno/16tLEzK

It will also be available in paperback very soon!

If you haven’t yet, you might like to sign up for the Sweet Romance Reads newsletter. It comes out just a few times a year, but it features some special short stories. I might even have contributed something for the Valentine newsletter… Here is a link: http://www.sweetromancereads.com/ It’s easy to sign up – just scroll down the page until you see “Mailing List” on the right hand side. Enter your email and then confirm. You’re all set!

Just for fun, I’ll give away two copies of the book to anyone who leaves a comment  on my facebook page today.

You can leave any comment you like – or tell me if you have a favorite Valentine recipe.

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I thought I’d share a little about The Christmas Calamity this morning since the book is now officially released in both Kindle and Paperback formats! Make sure you click on the “Meet” pages for some fun info and visuals!

The Christmas Calamity

Hardman Holidays Book 3

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 Arlan Guthry hasn’t got a chance once Alex the Amazing rolls into town…

Dependable and solid, Arlan Guthry relishes his orderly life as a banker’s assistant in the small town of Hardman, Oregon. He has good friends, a great job, and the possibility of marriage to the town’s schoolteacher.

His uncluttered world tilts off kilter when the beautiful and enigmatic prestidigitator Alexandra Janowski arrives in town, spinning magic and trouble in her wake as the holiday season approaches.



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Meet Arlan and Alex


Entranced by the way her mouth moved as she spoke, Arlan didn’t realize he leaned closer and closer until Alex stopped talking and released a sigh.

“Arlan, don’t you think…”

“Yes, I do.” He set down his coffee cup and rose to his feet, pulling Alex up next to him. Gently tracing his thumb across her bottom lip, he watched her eyes flutter closed and listened to her draw in a ragged breath.

“Alex, please, may I kiss you?” Arlan thought he’d die if she said no. Every nerve, every muscle, every ounce of blood pumping rapidly through his veins wanted to taste her lips, savor their velvety softness moving against his own.

“Arlan…” Alex raised her gaze to his. The wanting in her eyes was undeniable, but she stepped back from him. “As much as I want to say yes, I have to say no. I refuse to come between you and Miss Bevins. It wouldn’t be right or fair.”

“There is no me and Miss Bevins. In fact, I wrote her a letter today making that point abundantly clear.” Arlan moved until he stood with the toes of his boots disappearing beneath the hem of Alex’s skirt.

“But I’ve heard you whispering her name over and over, like a chant or something. I know you love her, Arlan, and I won’t do this.” Alex backed up until she bumped into the wall.

Arlan wasted no time in closing the space between them. He raised his hand to her face again, trailing his index finger across her smooth cheek and along her jaw. “If you heard me whispering her name, it was in a futile effort to remind myself of her. You see, I tend to forget she even exists whenever I think of you.”

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