January 15, 2024
See the graphics below if you're doing the Sapphic Book Bingo 2024!
Coming February 1st!
As some of you might remember, my wife, Jan, wrote an incredible book over ten years ago. Unfortunately, the editor assigned to it by the publisher tore it to pieces and ruined it. Jan got her rights back, but the book has been languishing in a folder ever since.
Recently, she allowed me to look over her original text - it was an amazing book (I'm not biased, really!) and deserved a chance. We've edited the book, preserving the text the way it should have been in the first place. Here's the blurb:
June Cunningham was four years old when her parents were brutally murdered. Now, as a brilliant young engineering student, she falls in love with the killer's next intended victim. Irene Hawkins is the estranged wife of a self-absorbed financial executive whose greed knows no bounds. June has learned to live without family, and Irene has learned to deny her feelings. When they come together, everyone learns more than they ever expected.
January 1, 2024
Now available - the revised edition of Heart's Resolve! Here's the blurb:
Gibson Proctor, a Park Police Officer for the Texas Department of Parks & Wildlife, has returned after twenty years to the rural area she once called home. She's able to easily adapt to the slower pace of the farming communities that surround the town of Benton, Texas. She tries her best to handle the expectations of her family and friends, who never understood why she left in the first place. Gib's comfortable existence is set into a tailspin when she unwittingly offends Delaney Kavanagh, the fiery-tempered architect who's in charge of repairing the spillway at Lake Benton.
Delaney recently ended her relationship with another woman and is too jaded to even consider another relationship. Still, she can't seem to get the amiable officer out of her mind. As she is not used to the kindness she receives from the chivalrous woman, Delaney keeps waiting for the "real" Gib to show up. Will she accept Gib's acts of kindness as genuine and follow her heart, or will she lose her resolve?