Love has much to teach us!
Jacob Moore was more than ready to start over. Moving back to Lakeside meant a clean slate. The town’s private university was thrilled to have him, and he couldn’t wait to teach his new classes. He hadn’t expected there to be a new girl, not so soon, but something about Avery Collins made him stand up and pay attention. In more ways than one.
Avery Collins wasn’t interested in a relationship; she had one year left of college and she planned to buckle down and do it right. She was determined to stay on the straight and narrow. Falling for her professor wasn’t part of the plan.
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My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I love a book I can’t put down. And this was one of those books. Fast-paced, interesting, and fun to read. It grabbed my attention and held it until the end. Ms. Rouda writes interesting characters and weaves an intricate plot that kept me guessing until the end. I thought I had it all figured out, but oh boy was I wrong.
I highly recommend this book. Excellent read.
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Ah, NaNoWriMo both drives me crazy and excites me at the same time! I love NaNo because it motivates me to write, but I stress because I’m not sure I’ll hit that elusive 50,000 word mark. The struggle is real.
The good news is, I finished the first draft of Run Away Home, book one of my Loves of Lakeside series. It sits at just over 29,000 words, which gives me a lot of room to edit. I’m “shelving” it for now and will begin revisions in December.
I also started book two of my Loves of Lakeside series, an untitled piece that goes deeper into the town and the people who live there. I’m very excited about this series and the possibilities I see in Lakeside.
I hope everyone is doing well and having a safe November!
I’m ready to go. I think. 😂
I’m a Plantser, part plotter, part pantser. I know where I want to get to and I kind of know how I want to get there, now I have to do it. I have notes, I have ideas, I have an endgame. For me, getting there is half the battle.
Book one of Loves of Lakeside is waiting to be written. Twenty-five thousand words is my goal for book one. That’s half of my NaNoWriMo goal. If I can get there, I can start book two of Second Chances in Hollywood.
Good luck to anyone who is participating!
Book one of series number one is WRITTEN and submitted. I do still have editing to go through, but I finished it more than a month early.
No rest for the weary. On to book one of series number two!
No, not Halloween.
National Novel Writing Month is almost here. I am taking part for the 6th year in a row. I’m writing the first book in a new series that will be available from my publisher sometime next spring. If I can knock it out, I might work on the second book, too.
Anyone else participating?