Hi Everyone! I’m celebrating a milestone anniversary all week long. I always say you have to live life in order to write about it. After all, most of what we write about comes from actual people we’ve known, places we’ve been, emotions we’ve experienced and love we’ve given and received.
So help me celebrate 40 years of love! Yes, that’s right four decades married to a wonderful man whom I love dearly and who loves me back just as much. I think that’s why I became a romance writer. For me, these stories are just an extension of my love for my own personal hero!
Answer these fun questions:
1. Where was the above picture taken?
A. At a wedding
B. At Charlene’s Class Reunion
C. At a Romance Writers Awards dinner
2. Charlene and Don have:
A. One child
B. Two children
C. Three Children
3. Charlene’s First Western novel was called:
A. Bodine’s Bounty
B. Taming the Texan
C. Lily Gets Her Man
4 Charlene’s wedding reception was at:
A. The Secret Garden
B. Nob Hill
C. The Odyssey
5. Charlene and Don’s favorite vacation spot is:
A. Palm Springs
B. Bass Lake
C. Lake Tahoe
D. All of the above.
Here’s a sneak peek at my next Desire. I will give away 2 advance print copies of REDEEMING THE CEO COWBOY. This is a July/ August release, so you’ll have to be patient. As soon as I get my author copies, (think June) I’ll send one to the winners, before they even hit the shelves. If you are willing to write a fair and honest review, all the better! Just play the game and have fun. I’ll be out celebrating, so I’ll pick my random winners on Sunday night…my real anniversary!
Ten years ago = ancient history…right?
So what if former rodeo champion turned construction mogul Casey Thomas is back…living right next door? Susanna Hart is busy running her Sweet Susie’s pastry business and raising her two-year-old cousin. Why pay any attention to the man who took her virginity ten years ago, then left town?
Casey still feels guilty for taking advantage of his little sister’s best friend. A helping hand is just what her business—and his conscience—need. But guilt isn’t his only motivation. Casey’s got a sweet tooth for Susie. And the more she resists, the sweeter it gets!