I love waking up to a new cover! I hope you do, too. This is my September book, featuring a bride who takes her sister's place. The groom doesn't know until he lifts the veil!
Mikolas was originally Maksym, a Russian, but for various reasons he became a Greek. Here's the blurb:
"You may kiss the bride."
With five little words, Mikolas Petrides secures a vital business merger and finally repays his grandfather for rescuing him from the horrors of his childhood. But when he lifts his new bride's veil, it's not the woman he was expecting!
Viveka Brice will do anything to protect her little sister, even pretend to marry a stranger. Her deception revealed, she flees the wedding, but is soon confronted by Mikolas. He is a man who always gets what he wants, and if the marriage is off, Viveka will have to compensate him—by becoming his mistress instead!
I received my rights back for the pair of erotic romances that were originally published as The Dani Collins Erotic Romance Collection. I'm indie publishing them. One will go into Kindle Unlimited and one will be all platforms.
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Hustled To The Altar - 99c until
April 30th May 4th!
I wound up having an ad accepted with ENT so I extended the sale price a few days. This time I mean it, though. If you haven't grabbed Hustled for 99c yet, please do it now before I jack the price back to $5.99.
I finished my last set of revisions and I'm back to working on my Christmas book. At the same time, I'm prepping for our family reunion this summer, which includes taking a machete to the jungle that is my yard. It's a good excuse to find that balance between sitting here at the computer and going outside for some fresh air and birdsong.
Here's a Before and After of my vegetable garden which I had let 'lie fallow' the last two years. Yikes! What a mess, right? All those nice, new boards are courtesy of MrC. I must give him most of the credit for this turned soil, too.
My job ongoing is to water and keep the weeds down.
The 'after' photo was taken a couple of weeks ago. I now have potatoes, strawberries, onions and peas coming up. I've also planted beets and beans and plan to put in some tomato plants and a few more herbs. I also put in some flowers to keep the bees happy--gladiolas at the back, since there wasn't much room for anything else and nasturtiums, because technically they're edible and I think they're so sunny and pretty.
That's garlic on the left, btw. I had neglected to pull it out for two years and was able to separate last year's crop. I'm told they'll bulb-up this year. Fingers crossed!
I hope you're enjoying sunny days and signs of Spring. Do you garden?