Could a summer wedding be the start of Rachel’s happy-ever-after?
No, not a modern marriage of convenience story, much as I love them. The wedding is her mother’s! I hope you’re not tired of hearing the authors in the soon-to-release A Tuscan Legacy series talk about it, because today I have a sneak peek at Chapter One of Dolce Vita, Book #8, which went on preorder earlier this week!
If you’ve read Least Expected, part of my Love in Store series based in London, you’ll remember Maggie, the unconventional fifty-something heroine with multi-colored hair, and her far more sensible and conventional daughter. Unmarried mother Maggie and half-Italian Rachel formed one of the triggers for the A Tuscan Legacy series. I knew when I wrote the story and Rach took on a personality of her own that I’d need to write her story someday. Add it together with Marion having an Italian hero’s-best-friend character she wanted to give his own story, too, and the series was born! We found a group of wonderful authors to join us, and between the seven of us wrote nine books!
The first chapter of Dolce Vita is a little too long to include in a post, so, here’s a link to download your preview as a pdf file. It’s not been fully edited and proofed yet, so please forgive any grammar and spelling errors!
Dolce Vita launches on June 5, and is now available on preorder, along with all the other books in the series. Visit the A Tuscan Legacy Amazon page to see all nine books! And if you’re not already a member, I’d like to invite you to join our A Tuscan Legacy Readers’ Group on Facebook. It’s a friendly and welcoming group, with lots of great conversation and some exclusive giveaways!
Lastly, if you haven’t read Least Expected, it won’t stop you enjoying Rachel’s story. The Tuscan series and Rachel’s book Dolce Vita will still make perfect sense. But if you’d like to read it and see fifty-something Maggie and Ed fall in love, it’s not too late to grab my new London Loves boxed set containing their story, along with three other previously-published Love in Store books. The 850 page set is just 99c till April 17th!It’s also in Kindle Unlimited.
Some wedding advice blogs recommend brides forgo the bouquet toss to save embarrassing their single guests. What do you think? Ever been the target of a bride determined you’ll be next? One comment on the post made before April 20 will be randomly chosen to win either an ebook copy of London Loves, or the winner’s choice of my ebooks.