Officially, the release date was yesterday–June 1–but I was busy chatting on the DsP blog and working on edits for the novel scheduled for August, so I forgot to make an announcement. I guess that proves authors aren’t as caught-up with promotion as it looks sometimes. 🙂
I’m proud of this little story, it’s sweet and sexy and hopeful…and since I wrote it you know it’s a little weird too. I hope you like it, but even if you don’t I hope you’ll drop me a line or post a review somewhere so I’ll know what you thought of it.
If you’d like to read an excerpt or grab a copy, click on the book cover. Here’s the blurb, and a little eye candy to wrap up Monday!
A moment of distraction on a lonely highway leaves middle-aged widower Joe Prescott with a broken arm and in need of surgery. He’s no stranger to long hours spent alone in his apartment, but until his arm heals, independence will be a luxury. Joe is used to helping others and doesn’t realize the strength it takes to accept a helping hand, especially from the neighbor he’s had a crush on since he moved in.
Kai Hosino, “retired” chef, lives with his elderly Aunt Tilly so they can help each other navigate life with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Kai is drawn to the silver fox next door, but his painful history of falling for straight men makes him hesitant to take a chance.
Have a lovely week!