We're going back to Telluride!!!
The truth is, I never wanted to leave. I love this series and I don't like to leave anything unfinished, so this has been bugging me.
The story behind the Mountain Haven Series is that the first two books, Infamous Love and Adventurous Love were originally published through someone else, not me. Impulsive Love had already been written, so I released it myself. After its release, I waited to continue the rest of the series until I'd gotten the rights and control back for the first two books. That happened this fall, and I'm excited to announce I'm currently writing book 4, Tempting Love, a single dad nanny small town romance!
This story has been in my head for a year, and the words are coming faster than I can get them down. I'm obsessed with single dad stories, and this one has a nanny, which is one of my favorite tropes. Even more exciting is that the heroine, Alice is the villain from book 1, Infamous Love. I love a bad girl redemption story, and boy, will you love Alice as much as I do by the end.
The remaining books, five and six, will also release this year. The release of these books will not affect the release of the Ever After Series.
If you'd like to catch up on the series:
Infamous Love (Grumpy Meets Sunshine): features Alice, the heroine in Tempting Love.
Adventurous Love: (Vacation Fling/City Girl in a Small Town)
This special edition features a brand new cover, the prequel, Escape to Love, and all bonus material. It's available in ebook, paperback, and a hardcover.
My author friend, Carrie Elks has a new enemies to lovers release I'm currently reading and loving! Get Strictly Pleasure free in Kindle Unlimited.
Never tell a lie. Especially not to a cocky CEO who knows exactly how to seduce you. They always come back to bite. I should have remembered that before I spent the night with Liam Salinger. In my defense, he’s stupidly attractive and knows it. He also willingly admitted to me that he never sleeps with the same woman twice. So I shouldn’t feel too bad about lying to him the next morning. We can forget about each other and get on with our lives, right? Wrong. We’ve both been chosen as godparents to my best friend’s gorgeous newborn. Which means we’ll be spending a lot of time together, much to our mutual disgust. And yes, he looks great cradling a tiny baby against his expensively attired chest. Plus he’s funny, irreverent, and weirdly protective toward me. But I’m not going to fall for his charm. Not a second time. I just have to keep telling myself that.