Wednesday, February 5, 2014

#Valentine - love, #magic and #suspense all wrapped up in new collection called "HEARTS, FLOWERS & ROMANCE”.


I have decided that Valentine’s Day is to be respected as the day for romance all around the world. And therefore, as a romance writer, I must offer my readers a treat to celebrate. Trust me to make this decision at the last hour so that we’ve been running around like Crazies trying to get this set organized. Not sure if my formatter will ever speak to me again and the cover artist’s last e-mail had an explosive sign on the bottom…..kidding! Sort-a!!

Wanting to bring out the best possible love stories for this collection, I took two of my most recent releases and put them in first. Then I pondered the other two selections. Hummm! It’s rather nice to be able to have multiple choices since I have a number of books available.

Because I now have three active series’ and another with one book published, I went with the brilliant idea that if I used book #1 from those series’, then the readers would fall in love with those first stories and decide to order the following ones. Here’s hoping the idea bears results.

Back Page Blurb:

Surrogate’s Secret***Spicy romance takes place in the romantic city of Santiago, South America. Surrogate twin’s futures are contested when a rich uncle from Chile decides he has the right to take them back to their father’s homeland. The birth mother ends up marrying him to keep her babies and the battle begins.

She’s Not You***Sweet and tender, this story is like the words of the famous song that Elvis sings so dreamily. Our hero meets a new girl who starts replacing the fantasies of his old love. Except, as the song goes, he thinks – it’s breaking my heart cause she’s not you. But will he continue to believe that?

She’s Me***Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have another soul move in and take up residence in your body - two of you having to share one brain? What if you’re in love and the other persona can help you win your man?

Partners***Every good series must begin somewhere. With characters who need an introduction. With a plot that will drive those characters into changing the path they travel, find something in each other and start a whole new future. A future full of action that never stops - constant conflicts and a whole lot of loving. 



  1. Very cool Mimi! Love the concept and just in time for Valentine's Day! Bravo!

  2. Thanks Jodie. I remember my promoter friend saying that other than Christmas, Valentine's Day is the biggest time for the romance market. Thought I'd check it out!!! :-)