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Can’t believe how quickly the summer is flying by! My broken/operated on/frozen shoulder has held me back, but I suppose the plus side is that I’m slowing down and not rushing through life.
Having said that, I did spend a week in New York, talking to my editor and agent and attending the Romance Writers of America annual conference. Not to mention, drinking Prosecco, eating delicious food, and going to the theatre: Finding Neverland, The King and I, and Something Rotten. Oh, and having the airlines mishandle my checked bag so that it arrived 2 1/2 days after I did. Sigh…
As well as conferencing, I did get the edited version of Holiday in Your Heart finished and off to critiquers, so that’s given me time to work on some other things.
I’ve updated my website to include my upcoming October release, Love Somebody Like You. It’s the sixth Caribou Crossing title from Kensington Zebra (writing under my pen name Susan Fox). Check out the lovely cover and all the details.
Now I have some contest judging to do, and I know that any day now my editor will be sending his comments on Ring of Fire, next April’s Caribou Crossing.
We’ve also been spending time out on our boat. If you want to see occasional photos, check out my Facebook page.
Hmm. Did I say that I was taking life more slowly? Somehow, it doesn’t really seem that way, does it?
Enjoy the rest of your summer and I’ll do the same!
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Title 6 in the Caribou Crossing Romances series
When Ben Traynor, a sexy cowboy from Sally Ryland’s past, turns up at her Western riding school at the behest of her estranged family, the young widow must face the demons from her abusive marriage in order to heal and to not only reconnect with her past but move ahead to a bright new future.
Title 5 in the Caribou Crossing Romances series.
Inn-owner Dave Cousins is known as the nicest—and loneliest—guy in town. Dare he risk his damaged heart again, on a free-spirited drifter? Like the wild goose tattooed on her shoulder, Cassidy Esperanza goes wherever the wind takes her, yet she has to admit there’s something seductive about Caribou Crossing—and especially Dave. But when she faces a life-changing medical diagnosis, her first instinct is to take flight once more. Is Dave strong enough to help them both face their fears and believe that sometimes love truly can last a lifetime?
Lawyer Kieran Bridge’s carefully planned life has unraveled. Distraught, she travels to Crete—the island she and her deceased father had always been drawn to—in search of the key to her future. She finds far more than she’d bargained for: a country that awakens her senses and emotions, and a man who challenges her as she’s never been challenged before. She feels an inexplicable connection to Dr. Stefanos Dimitrakis, a fugitive accused of murdering his uncle. When Stefanos insists he’s innocent, Kieran’s instincts tell her to believe him—but in the past her judgment has failed her. How can she now believe in a bond that defies reason?