NOVEMBER might just be my favorite month. The fall leaves are still hanging on and I get to pull out my sweaters and tights, I was married on a sunny, cold day in November, and we celebrate my favorite holiday--Thanksgiving.

So, to celebrate November, let me tell you about my newest project and a fantastic giveaway!

Every once in a while an opportunity comes along that feels extra special. This project is one of those opportunities and the fun has begun. Let me tell you a little about it.

Twelve months, twelve best-selling & award-winning authors, twelve romances that span centuries, one match maker.

To get to the match maker and her incredible story, you can order the prequel novella HERE.

Then, starting in January, you can begin reading the books inspired by--and featuring--the match maker. Each is a stand-alone novel, so no one will have to hate me for a cliffhanger ending. (Hopefully those of you that were upset with me during The Husband Maker series have forgiven me enough to give my novel in this series a chance wink, wink)

My contribution to this project, Broken Things to Mend, comes out January 1, 2016 and is available for preorder HERE.

I'm really proud of this book. Celia and Silas are damaged people who feel their circumstances have forced them into hard, lonely lives. The possibility of connecting with and loving someone takes them by surprise. The baggage of their painful pasts might be too much to overcome.

To celebrate this exciting project, I'm sponsoring a giveaway on my blog for a $50 Amazon gift card. That would go a long way toward buying each of the books in this project, but of course it's yours to spend however you wish.

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Brooke said...

I'm excited to read this series. I'm glad your book is first in the series. I can't wait to read it.

Sunnymay said...

You had me at the point where she picks a place randomly on the map and goes there. It reminds me of popular books where the main character finds self by going away from home and the usual routines. And has an adventure instead. Looks like a good read.