Today I'm handing things over to Jennifer Zane.
January is a time for new beginnings, to consider what you want to get accomplished during the year—forget about the things you did last year better off forgotten. I know there are some things that happened last year that are being left back in good-old-2013.
For kids—and teachers—summer break is a chance for a clean start, a time to do something new, something adventurous, before having to return to the 'real world' in the fall. Remember that when you were young? It was a time to run free.
In my book Liar, Liar, Hearts On Fire, Violet is a school teacher on her summer break. She spent the winter months pining for the fun to be had in Montana in June, July and August. At the beginning of the story however, she's stuck filling in for her sister at her town's only adult store, being pestered by Goldie, the owner and meddler extraordinaire.
With one phone call her summer plans change. From no man to one hot doctor, from Montana to Alaska. From single to pretend girlfriend. Sometimes, even with a whole winter of planning, life can change without any kind of plans.
Liar, Liar, Hearts On Fire Blurb:
Violet Miller is a teacher savoring her summer break until she's been called in as emergency reinforcements—of the dating kind. She volunteers to help an old flame by pretending to be his girlfriend. In Alaska. At a family reunion. Since the guy is a handsome, lumberjack-sized doctor she's never quite forgotten, faking a relationship won't be hard work.
Mike Ostranski is a desperate man on vacation. His mother wants grandchildren and sees a crazy Alaskan woman as a candidate for daughter-in-law. Mike needs Violet by his side to deflect the lady's advances.
A week in Alaska as boyfriend and girlfriend should be easy for them. They grew up together, even had a brief fling. What could go wrong?
Liar, Liar, Hearts On Fire comes on on Thursday, 1/16. Check Amazon and All Romance Ebooks to get your copy.
To see early reviews, check out the book's Goodreads page.
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