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It was supposed to be one letter. One time…
Cassidy Thatcher has just been fired. In an attempt to salvage her life, she flees to New York City to rebuild her career. Desperate for hope, she passes her time writing love letters to her fiancé in the U.S. Navy, but the Big Apple has other plans.
Grayson Daniels has a brilliant mind but is not so brilliant when it comes to relationships. After being asked to assist the Navy with nuclear research, he finds himself aboard an aircraft carrier where he accidentally intercepts a letter not meant for him. Cassidy’s words enthral him…but what started as an innocent fascination soon becomes an uncontrollable desire.
When Grayson learns of Cassidy’s financial problems, he manipulates matters into his own hands. And when Cassidy’s relationship with her fiancé begins to crumble, Grayson is there to pick up the pieces, reminding her that love doesn’t always have to be a sacrifice.
His secret isn’t safe for long. Can a foundation be reconstructed on stolen words? Or will Cassidy mark their romance return to sender?
I’ve recently started a podcast, and some of you have asked how that decision came about because I'm so...umm...not social. And you've also asked me what kind of microphone/tools I use. So I will happily share my limited knowledge about this topic!
My writing career started as a book blogger and I eventually transitioned into the “author” role, but I am (and always will be) a romance book reviewer. I am often asked about book reviews and how an author can get more. So today, I’m writing to you from a blogger’s perspective. The most important thing: you need to know blogger pet peeves.
No. My books are severely filtered. It’s hard, though. There have been times where I want my characters to just spew off endless swear words or be incredibly crass. That’s when I take a breather, find my zen, and search for a different way to express what I want to say...
I have a very unconventional way of writing. Hee hee. I tend to do things completely backward. For example, I write my book blurbs first. I've even chosen book covers before writing any text. But when it comes to crafting a story, there's really only one thing that starts the entire process...