March 2020

Take Care

I hope that you, your loved ones, and your communities are well.

We've all been floored by the rapid changes in our world in the past few weeks, and there are so many high emotions right now. More people are stocking up on items as we're all looking for reassurance.

This is a really tough time and all of us are being tested in ways we never imagined. Still, if you can, please remember that many of the most vulnerable in our communities need us to think of them, too.

If you are able, please donate to your local food banks, blood banks, and homeless shelters. See what organizations need in order to help our most vulnerable populations. We all need each other right now, and even if all you're able to spare at the moment is a genuinely compassionate thought for others, you're already giving what you know you can.

Get Ready for Spring 

Reading is one of the best ways to escape from the daily pressures without having to book a flight or even leave home. I've already added 24 books to my TBR pile just in the last week. I hadn't noticed, but most of them have a fresh, "new beginnings" kind of theme. Just in time for a new season!

If your mood is *same*, then check out these Spring Sweet Romance books by authors who are also ready to say Hello, Spring.

I'm still working on my next Holiday Heartbeats installment, and my head is busy trying to reconnect with the Christmas spirit. In the meantime, Luck of the Irish (Holiday Heartbeats #3) is a great way to get into this month's holiday mood, and it's available now

Luck of the Irish

Two men. One choice. Zero regrets.

Nhu Hoang's tired of putting her needs second to everyone. When her boyfriend reveals he's still not going public about their relationship after nearly two years, she's blindsided. She deserves better, but it's hard letting go.

Jack can't win. Destined to stand in his father's shadow and continue the Smith's political legacy, he doesn't trust himself to do anything that could lead to disapproval. He hates hurting Nhu, but losing his father's favor would destroy him.

Eoghan Kelly knows what he wants, and he came from Ireland to California to get it. Winning the internship isn't a surprise, but falling for the enigmatic barista with her stack of law books is.

When Eoghan learns Nhu's not entirely over her ex, things get complicated. When he finds out her ex is his cousin, Jack, things get messy.

Only one of them can be with Nhu. Will she make the right choice?

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Playing Cupid 

A FREE Holiday Heartbeats Short Story

Have you had a chance to read this FREE short story? Playing Cupid is a fun glimpse into Luc and Bailey's romantic beginnings. Curious to learn more about them in a longer story? Reply to this email and let me know what you think.
- Best friends to lovers 😅💞😊
- Pizza, red wine  & red velvet cupcakes🍕🍷🧁
- Forced proximity with a big screen TV & firepit 🥰🔥
Read it Here

Looking for more Holiday Heartbeats sweet stories?
Get ready for a NEW ADDITION to the series in the coming months.


Luck of the Irish ☘️ 

Playing Cupid 💞

Love Games ❤️ 

His Epiphany

Sending Love & Light to all of you. ☘️

Remember to wash your hands!
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