Fellow Cheeky Tart author, Tiara Inserto, has published her first book: Always There. It’s a sports romance set in New Zealand, and is the first in the Rugby Brothers series. I can’t wait to read it!
Two top athletes, both with world titles in their sights. The one thing they didn’t aim for was each other…
Liana Murphy has a plan: take the manager’s job in New Zealand, show the world a woman can lead a men’s soccer team, and qualify for the most elite competition in the world. Simple, right? She wasn’t called ‘The Queen of Football’ for nothing. But when Liana is forced to share an apartment with the ‘King of Rugby,’ her recipe for success is put to the test. With all the world watching, failure isn’t an option.
Mitch Molloy let the World Championship slip through his grasp four years ago. Now, redemption for the Kiwi rugby captain lies in winning the title on his home turf. This last victory will seal his legacy. All he needs to do is dedicate himself entirely and eliminate anything that could pull his focus. When a friend asks Mitch for a favor, he finds himself unexpectedly sharing his condo with ambitious Liana Murphy. As kindred spirits, their attraction is undeniable. But are their careers calling louder than their hearts?
While falling for each other might be easy, juggling the demands of their dreams proves harder than either expected…
My friend Melissa Bennett’s first book will be published later this year. The cover was revealed a couple of days ago by the publisher and I’m thrilled to present it here on my blog. Isn’t it lovely?
When newly-divorced Lil finds a second chance at love, a stalker threatens to destroy her happiness, her faith, and her life.
Sometimes I really miss the old library card catalogs…
Looking back at the year and the books I’ve read (and re-read) is a bit of a tradition for me. Last year was a good year for reading — at least for me — there was only one month (June) in which I didn’t read at least one book. Not sure what happened in June, but I more than made up for it the rest of the year. I don’t keep track of the non-fiction books I read, because those are mostly for book research and many times I’m only skimming and reading passages, not the entire book.
When I look at the list I’m not too surprised by the genres read. I’m a cozy mystery, fantasy, and science fiction junkie, but I did make a point to read a lot more books in romance last year than in previous years.
Without further ado, here are the novels I read in 2016, listed in reading order by month: Continue reading
Out of curiosity, I decided to keep track of the books I read last year (by month). It was a nice push to get back into reading more often. I was a bit disappointed not to reach at least 50 books. That used to be an average year’s reading for me.
I’ve decided to continue the experiment and see how 2016 compares.