Yesterday was a pretty special day for me because I released a book baby into the world! The multi-author series that Love Pact with the Hero is a part of literally started a year ago last October. At that time we (along with the rest of the world!) had no idea how much would happen between then and now. It’s been extra challenging to be creative and productive this year, as I’m sure you’d agree. That’s why I’m extra grateful that God gave me the strength and grace to write and publish this book.
I can’t wait for you to read this story… but first let me tell you why you shouldn’t read it!
Don’t read Love Pact with the Hero if…
- You don’t like cute kids. This story has the cutest little redheaded girl named Miah. I love writing children into my stories because they can get away with saying and doing things that adults can’t. They also make the best matchmakers. If you don’t like spunky and adorable three-year-olds, you should steer clear of this book!
- You don’t like hunky guys. The leading man in this story is Jeremiah Gilbert (and yes, I named him after Gilbert Blythe from Anne of Green Gables). While he’s not a doctor like his namesake, he does mend hearts, specifically the heart of his childhood best friend, Haven. Jeremiah is a bodyguard, so he’s tough on the outside, but he also has a strong faith in the Lord since having experienced God’s redemption in his life. If you don’t appreciate hunky and faithful men, you won’t appreciate this story!
- You don’t like swoony kisses. I’m a big believer in writing stories with all the feels! While emotional closeness is key to a good relationship, we can’t forget about a couple’s physical attraction and chemistry. That’s why I love writing swoony kissing scenes. I made sure to include one in this book, so be forewarned if you’re not a fan of them!
- You don’t believe in second chances. Love Pact with the Hero is ALL about second chances. A second chance for Haven to find love again after she loses her husband. A second chance for her and Jeremiah to reunite for a wedding a dozen years after they lost touch. And most importantly, a second chance for them to revisit a pact they made as teenagers. If you can’t tell, I love writing (and reading) about second chances. These stories are so much richer because of the couple’s history and the pay off of them getting their happy ever after is so much greater as well. If you dislike second chance romances, you should think twice about reading this book!
That said, I hope you can tell that this list was all made in good fun! I would LOVE for you to read my new book, not only because it was a huge labor of love for me to write, but because I truly believe in its message. That God is a God of second chances and He is always there for us even when our faith is lacking.
Love Pact with the Hero is now available for only 99¢ for a limited time. You can also read it for free with Kindle Unlimited. Grab your copy on Amazon today! (CLICK HERE)
Now tell me, what do you think of cute kids, hunky guys, swoony kisses, and second chance romance stories? Yay or nay? Let me know in the comments below!
Giveaway: I’d like to give away a $5 Amazon gift card. One winner will be randomly chosen from the comments below. The giveaway will remain open until midnight on Sunday, October 25th.