Mark your calendars for March 3rd if you like my writing, that’s when my next release will be out. It’s called Promise Me We’ll Be Okay and takes place in the same universe as Cinnamon Eyes. If you’ve read Cinnamon Eyes, you’ll undoubtedly recognize Benji the Twinktender from that book. He’s not one of the MCs, but he shows up.
Curious about the blurb?
What do you do when your past comes knocking?
Six hundred and ninety-five days. That’s how long it’s been since Jude’s fiancé broke off their engagement. With the help of his brother, Jude glued the broken pieces of his heart back together, but when his ex shows up on his doorstep late one evening, Jude fears it will fall apart again.
Two years ago, Vincent made a terrible mistake. He left the love of his life for stupid, ill-advised reasons. It took a traumatic event to bring what was truly important in his life into focus. Older and wiser, he’s now ready to do whatever it takes to win Jude back.
Their chemistry is as explosive as ever, but will they be able to work through the real issues? Can trust once broken be rebuilt?
Are you excited?? I am!! Iiiiiiiiiiih!
While we wait for March 3rd to come around, let’s check out a song I listened a lot to while I wrote the book: Vincent by Don McLean.
It’s such a beautiful song with lyrics I wish I’d written. I mean:
For they could not love you
But still your love was true
And when no hope was left in sight
On that starry, starry night
You took your life, as lovers often do
But I could have told you, Vincent
This world was never meant for one
As beautiful as you
If you want to read the rest of the lyrics, you can find them here.