Marriage Rules- Cover Reveal





I am so excited to share Marriage Rules with you guys. It should be out mid-August. I don’t have a blub to share with you yet but here is a little about the book. 

The main characters are Casey and Stevie. If you have read the first two books you have met them both. Casey has the most dating rules of any of the guys and his main one is to never date guys who want to get married. He has no intention of ever going there.

Along comes Stevie. He is an all-around sweetie. He is a yoga instructor who is going to school to be a school teacher until his family cuts him off and he has no way to pay for his school.

Casey steps in and suggests a marriage of convenience to help Stevie pay for school. It shouldn’t matter one way or another since its just a piece of paper and he never plans to get married for real.

But love has other plans for our guys and their marriage of convenience gets awfully inconvenient for Casey if he wants to follow his rules.

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Meet the Pets of Breaking the Rules

I am an animal person so it is probably no surprise that each of my books features a pet of some kind.  

In the first two have cats as pets. 

Snowball is a white cat that Emma loves in Family Rules. Snowball didn’t play a very big part in the book but I assure you she mattered to Emma.

Sassy was a special cat that came from the Cat Cafe in Work Rules. Alex got Sassy for Nathan as  gift and she quickly becomes an important part of Nathan’s life.

Henry is a French Bull dog who is in the third book Marriage Rules. He is adorable and playful and is a perfect fit for  Casey and Stevie. I can’t wait for you to meet him. 

I am not sure what the story will be in book four but you can bet that a pet will be a part of it. 

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What made me want to write a book?

When I do author takeovers or guest posts on other authors Facebook pages, the question I get asked most often is what made me want to write a book. That is such a hard question for me to answer because I don’t remember a time I didn’t want to write. 

I was reading before I went to Kindergarten. I was smart and geeky way before current culture made that cool. I am an extrovert so I always surrounded myself with people but I only had two true friends. My books and my imagination. I read books to pass the time during the day and when I couldn’t fall asleep at night, I told myself stories until I fell asleep. They usually involved love, romance, and a happy ever after. 

I had planned to go to college to be a journalist but life happens and I joined the Navy instead. But the idea that I wanted to write never went away. That is why if you see around Facebook and someone asks me that question you will see me say all kinds of crazy stuff because honestly, I don’t know what made me want to write a book. These characters have always lived inside me and one day I finally reached a point where their need to have their stories told over-road my fear. 

So that is why at 47 with an established career in a 9-5 office job, where I have a 401K, insurance, and a steady paycheck, I’m dreaming of sitting at home with a cup of coffee and my imagination. 

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Inspiration Picture for Book Three

Botanical gardens in Austin Texas
Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

If you have read any of my books yet you might have guessed I love nature. I love flowers in the spring, leaves in the fall, roses in the summer, and holly and mistletoe in the winter. I find a lot of inspiration in those things. That is why they are featured on the cover of my books, and why my guys tend to go on trips to experience the beauty around them. 

In book three Casey and Stevie will be taking a trip to the rose gardens in Tyler, Texas. I can’t wait to share their story with you. Is should be out in August. Just in time for you to take a trip to your local botanical garden to see the beauty around you! 

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