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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Celebrating a New Contract

          Hello, gentle readers! Nice to have you drop by again!
          If you’ve stopped by this blog before, then you know how fortunate and blessed I consider myself. As we know, life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, it’s downright hard but I’m grateful for all of it…even the hard stuff and believe me, there has been hard stuff, but it teaches one resilience and faith and how to roll with the punches.
Yes, I am that “glass half-full” kinda gal.
That’s not to say I don’t occasionally have the blues…everyone does now and then, but for the most part, I am eternally optimistic, for as surely as the sun goes down each night, it returns in the morning. There may be clouds, but behind those clouds….well, there are rays of beautiful sunlight.
          I’ve recently been given another reason to be grateful (in addition to everything I’m already thankful for). I’ve just signed a contract for the release of my eighth book (Eight! Can you believe that?!?!). Crimson Romance, my publisher (I LOVE them!) said yes to A Kiss in the Morning Mist, the second book in the MacDermott Brothers trilogy (I am eagerly awaiting my first round of edits! Whooo-hooo!).
A Kiss in the Morning Mist focuses on Eamon, the youngest of the brothers. Here’s what it’s about….
Eamon MacDermott, former U.S. Marshal, hung up his guns after the tragedy that befell his family at the hands of the Logan Gang when they tried to break one of their own out of jail. 
Believing he might have been able to stop the heartbreak before it ever happened, he blames himself for the death of his brother, his brother’s wife and their son. Not even being shot and left for dead by Tell Logan is enough to exonerate himself…until he meets Theodosia “Theo” Danforth.
Widowed and running Morning Mist horse farm with the help of her extended family and friends, Theo befriends Eamon with her unshakeable belief that everyone needs kindness. Even Eamon. The problem is convincing him he is worthy.
Can he forgive himself and let the past remain in the past? Or will he pick up his guns again to face the man who nearly killed him and risk losing Theo?
So that’s it. Another reason in my long list of things to be thankful for!

As always, happy reading (and be kind to each other….the world needs more kindness)

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