Be Careful, It’s My Heart is NOW AVAILABLE

Well that was fast…  Amazon is totally pushing the envelope.  It was up in LESS THAN TWO HOURS.   It is currently available at AmazonBarnes and Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords  I’ll keep updating with new purchase point links as they go live.  I don’t believe in DRM, so you can nab this from Amazon and convert it to whatever format you prefer with Calibre, or just grab your preferred format from Smashwords.

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Now, this story is a contemporary romance, not related to my paranormal series .  What’s that about?

I love the movie White Christmas.  Watching it every year is my favorite Christmas tradition.  Last year, I thought it would be really fun to write a story about a couple in a community theater production of the show, whose romance parallels the story they’re acting out.  This is that story.  If you love White Christmas, then this novella is for you.

The best things happen while you’re acting…

The historic Madrigal theater, in the heart of downtown Wishful, is about to close its doors forever.  A last ditch fund-raising effort, a production of White Christmas, is probably the only thing that could bring Tyler Edison out of retirement.  She fell in love on that stage, but when Brody Jensen abandoned her, she lost the heart to sing and dance for the crowd.  Maybe it’s time to take that back…

It seems like pure chance when Brody’s job, which has taken him all over the world, brings him back to his little hometown to oversee his boss’s latest secret project.  Brody’s looking for closure, planning to sell the house his parents left him and finally put his past, and his memories of Tyler, behind him.  What better way than to be a part of this last show?  Even though his leading lady is surely long gone…

Put on your dancing shoes, auditions start at six o’clock.

9 thoughts on “Be Careful, It’s My Heart is NOW AVAILABLE

  1. I ran off immediately to get my copy, even before commenting.

    I love White Christmas, the cover is wonderful, and I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read of yours, so why ponder? I’m planning to read it by the fire today, and to top it off, it snowed here last night.

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