Connor Brothers Book 4 update: Many of you have asked when I’m writing a story about Ash, the Connor sister. She gets her own book in Connor Brothers Book 4 – Needing You. Teaser: You’ve already met the hunky hero in Books 2 & 3 (hint: Max built his mansion). Target publication date is end of August!
Aimee left such a marvelous review for Loving You I want to share it with everyone!
Here’s an excerpt: “Loving You is an incredible and poignant book that stands out amongst the romance genre thanks to its charm and uniqueness. Loving You was a captivating and heart-wrenching read and an incredibly memorable one that I will struggle to forget for a long time thanks to the compelling story and extraordinary characters the reader meets along the way.”
He thinks she’s a spoiled, rich airhead. She thinks he’s a crabby, hunky construction worker.
Daisy’s bumped around from place to place, but Gramps is building her a house, so maybe she’ll call Connor’s Grove home for a while. She’s got a lot of shoes and a lot of abandoned careers that didn’t stick. Even though she plays the spoiled rich girl well, Gramps believes in her and knows she’s much more than just a pretty face.
Jacob’s back in his hometown after being laid off from his big city advertising job. He’s doing the construction gig for a while to help his brother. He has no time for the rich girl who’s become a thorn in his side on the building project. But when he looks below the surface, he discovers that Daisy’s much more than she appears.
Book 3 in the Connor Brothers series of small-town, clean and wholesome romances. Fans of Hallmark movies and romantic comedies filled with lots of swoon worthy romance, will love this delightful, hilarious third book in the series.
I’m shocked at the emotional response to exclamation points (yes, I’m tempted to include one here, but have refrained). A couple reviewers of my books have responded loud and clear with their hatred of this form of punctuation. They spurred me to do a fourth pass edit of Loving You and I’ve removed all but a few of the dreaded mark.
Are you #TeamExclamationPoint or #TeamExclamationPointsAreTheWorst?