I hit a bit of a snag this past week with a surprise ER visit but am gradually catching up on all things bookwise.
More Than a Rescue is now available pretty much everywhere a reader can buy ebooks. And it’s free, or should be everywhere except Amazon. I’m hoping they will fall in line and price match soon. So, even if you primarily read on kindle, feel free to go ahead and pick it up somewhere else…like with the Nook app or iBooks, and then add it to your kindle library after it goes free. It’s a short little read so the price will likely remain perma-free.
Everything will be okay.
She didn’t need an extravagant affair, but Chris’s mother wouldn’t rest unless everything was perfect—meaning June’s idea of perfect, not Olivia’s.
The main reason Olivia hadn’t left all the decisions up to her future mother-in-law was cost. She didn’t have any family and didn’t need a big extravaganza to start off her life with a man she’d been engaged to for almost two years. Not to mention, she didn’t want to hand over her savings to a woman whose eyes lit with an almost maniacal gleam anytime the words marriage or wedding were mentioned.
Her and Chris’s relationship had moved into an easy, comfortable routine, and they hadn’t been in a hurry to get to the altar. His proposal came almost two years to the day after their first date.
She looked in her rearview mirror and, with his doggy grin in place, Boomer watched the scenery fly by.
She’d seen a picture of him on her social media account and those sad eyes had been her undoing. Unable to forget that face, she’d gone to the rescue two days later and filled out the adoption paperwork. She’d been totally unprepared for how much work had waited for her, but she didn’t regret a single moment. There was something so innocent about Boomer, almost childlike.
Yes, he could be an enormous pain in her ass, but she didn’t care. He was hers. They’d make this work. She crossed her fingers as she turned her car onto the county road that would take her to Riley Creek. She’d always loved the little town, but it was on the far side of a state park and a thirty-minute drive from where she lived.
She checked the time on the clock in her dash. She couldn’t help but feel that the closer to got to her destination, the farther she got from where she was meant to be.
Her car stuttered.
What in the world?
Then her car coughed.
With both hands on the steering wheel, she peered at the gas gauge. The little red needle lay just under the bottom line on the gauge and right on top of the letter E. Beside that ominous letter, a little orange dot glowed in a bright, obnoxious orange.
With one final shudder, her car went silent.
To find out what happens next, get More Than a Rescue. I’ll work on getting Amazon to fall in line with my diabolical plans for world domination. They’ll fall in line. Eventually. lol. …(Yes, this silliness is how I keep my world going when things get overwhelming. lol)