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To celebrate the release of LAND OF THE NOONDAY SUN, for the first time ever, SHE BELONGS TO ME is only 99 cents!


When two strangers have nothing left but their dreams, they must forge a relationship in Nantahala, North Carolina, a small town known as Land of the Noonday Sun.

Land of the Noonday Sun will be out next week, so to celebrate, and because we have a surprise for our readers, we are offering She Belongs to Me for the first time ever at only .99 cents.

But wait, there’s more. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) Because, there really is more. If you love She Belongs to Me enough that you’ll want to read Land of the Noonday Sun, AND are one of our first fifty reviewers, comment to this post with the permalink to your review, and we’ll “gift” you Land of the Noonday Sun, as soon as it releases.

So, what are you waiting for? Go get it. Oh, I know. A brief description…here you go:

After secrets and a mysterious background leave a wife’s life hanging by a thread, a husband must look for answers in the only place he knows—the past.

She Belongs to Me has a 4.7 average rating, and here’s what readers are saying:

“I love a book that keeps me guessing until the last page.” Anna M. Pitt | 11 reviewers made a similar statement

“I'm a romance junkie and highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a wonderful love story.” P.J. Storm | 9 reviewers made a similar statement

“I attribute this to her great cast of supporting characters.” Karen DeLabar | 7 reviewers made a similar statement

She Belongs to Me is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble in ebook and paperback.

Land of the Noonday Sun will be out next week, but you can sample the first chapter and a few excerpts here.

Both novels are true romantic-suspense stories that will keep you guessing until the end. They are sensual, but not erotic; gripping, but not graphic.

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