Thank you! (and some book recommendations!)

SCIt’s been a busy week, hopping and bopping around the country on book tour! It’s so much fun—I love seeing you guys, and it’s such an honor and sometimes I get choked up to know that you gave me your time and attention. Thank you! And hope to see you as the tour continues. All my appearances are here.

The notes and reviews I’m getting about GOOD LUCK WITH THAT are so beautiful and humbling and…well, I don’t have the words to tell you how much it means to me. If you want to read more about my influences and journey in writing the book, Amazon featured an article here. I hope you’ll read it.

But enough about me! Here are a few author recommendations for when you’re finished with GOOD LUCK WITH THAT.

Intercepted_2Intercepted by Alexa Martin. Guys…rom-com at its finest. Smart, sassy, hilarious, a hero to melt your unmentionables. Loved it from line one onward. Also…football! But not so much football that if you don’t like football you won’t be inundated with football, if you know what I’m saying. It comes out in September, but you can preorder it now.

 

36679612The Advertisements for Love series by Vanessa Riley. I’m a sucker for arranged marriage tropes, marriage of convenience, etc., and I adored books one (she owns a flower farm!) and two (heiress meets actor). If you’re a lover of Regency romance, boom. I got you right here.

Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean. She’s one of the best historical romance writers around, ever. And this is about a guy from the wrong side of the tracks and a woman with a tarnished reputation and an unusual skill set…you’ll love it.

 

A1jFG2Rf+4LThe Lady Sherlock series by Sherry Thomas. Sherry is brilliant. This series is amazing. You think you loved Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock? (I know, I did, too). But wait till you meet Charlotte.

Happy reading! Hope to see you soon! And to those of you who’ve posted reviews on GOOD LUCK WITH THAT, a special thanks!

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