Thursday, May 15, 2014

Dream On

So, last week I told you guys about my FREE novel, Neighborly Complications.  Today, I'm moving on in the series and telling you about Book Two in the Stories of Serendipity, Dream On.  Sorry about the stolen image from Amazon, the cover's on the other computer...

Welcome to Serendipity, Texas, a town where real people deal with real problems. Meet characters in their thirties and forties struggling with day-to-day issues and managing to find love in the process. Visit Serendipity, where the days are hot, and the nights are steamy! 

Alyssa has a hard time keeping up with her responsibilities, and she's has a lot: her elderly mother, both kids, her high school students, and of course, herself. When she starts dreaming of a handsome bad boy living a kinky lifestyle, she wonders what in the world her subconscious is telling her. She barely has time for her own life, much less one involving a guy with those kinds of appetites. 

Dalton has been living life on the edge for too long. When he begins dreaming of a woman from his hometown, Serendipity, he initially thinks it's something inside him, letting him know it's time to settle down. When his dad gets sick, and Dalton has to move back home to take care of the family ranch, he realizes his dream girl is a reality. 

Sparks fly in this sizzling novel that explores love and lust in a small town setting, complete with ex-husbands, high school football, and nosy school boards. 

Warning: Some content not suitable for under 18 years of age.

This book was an idea of my husband's actually.  Once he explained it to me, two people dreaming about each other before they ever met, I realized it wasn't exactly an original idea, but I could put my own little twist on it and make it my own.  I'm not sure the hub-meister really thought I should have taken it as far as I did, but oh well.  Once he gives me an idea, I run with it like the wind...
This particular book is low on reviews, because I didn't know anything about blog tours when I published it, and I didn't know as much about promotion as I do now.  So if you read it, please leave me a review.  I would seriously appreciate it.

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