Friday, July 1, 2011

I Love Summer

My first summer as a full time writer was five years ago. Before that, summertime had only meant finding camps or other activities for the kids since both my husband and I worked during the week. But that first summer after I'd left the nine-to-five world taught me how wonderful summer could be.

The first thing that hit me was that I didn't have to wake up in the wee hours to take kids to school. I could sleep until I woke.

The next thing that thrilled me was that I could go swimming without getting eaten alive by mosquitoes. You see, the nasty bugs love me and while I was working during the day, my only opportunity to get in the pool was after work -- when mosquitoes were swarming. But now I can swim in the middle of the day.

I've always loved berries and other summer fruit, not to mention vacations. All in all, even though the temperature and the humidity in Florida stay in the nineties, I love it. What about you? DO you love it, hate it or are you somewhere in between?

In other news, I have a new release, False Pretenses. Here's a little about it:

When hotel CEO Brady Travers hires Sarah Powell for his Bermuda resort, she's thrilled with the opportunity to work with the sexy millionaire, especially since they shared one night of passion a month earlier. But when Sarah learns she is pregnant, her life turns upside-down. 
Brady secretly hoped to keep Sarah safe since she carries a tiny piece of his dead wife inside her. But when his ruse is discovered, will the betrayal be too much for Sarah to bear?


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