The third book in my Playing to Win romcom series, PLAYING HOUSE is available now(!!!!!!) and I am SO TIRED, so it is good to let it fly and be able to breathe a sigh of relief to have my 2020 releases all done and behind me.
When you bet on love,
the house always
All Violet has ever wanted is to run her family’s barbecue restaurant,
the locally famous Fowler’s. Now, with her parents away on a long
overdue vacation, and her brother living his own dreams elsewhere, it’s
time to prove she has what it takes to keep her family’s legacy alive.
But left alone with her fears of failure, she might be starting to
buckle under the pressure.
When Abraham O'Sullivan lands at
Fowler’s on his way back home, his dreams of playing professional hockey
shattered by injury, a driven, delightful, and all grown-up Violet
makes him an offer he can’t refuse: instead of the move back in with his
parents and the I told you so he’s dreading, he can house-sit with her
while he figures out his next step—staring down a post-hockey future
that’s arrived well before he’d formed any kind of plan.
starts playing house with Sex-God O’Sullivan, it doesn't take long
before Violet’s overstressed focus fractures. With Abe, for the first
time ever, she’s found something she wants as much as Fowler's, and
those mutual feelings are a threat to everything they’ve both worked
toward with single-minded drive.
They’ll each have to decide if being together is worth giving up the greatest loves of their lives.
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As an added bonus, PLAYING TO WIN is on sale for 99 cents for a limited time, too, to celebrate, so those of you who may have missed book one can catch up with a deal! (You should not have to read any of the earlier books before reading PLAYING HOUSE but you might find it a more enriching experience to do so!)
The most exciting part of putting these books out was learning what I could do with ebook formatting--so that for future titles, I can feel more confident and play around a little bit more with personalizing the interior images at chapter headers and scene breaks! I'm pretty stoked about what the future holds in that regard!
And of course, I love my little texting icons in the digital editions.
And finally, the obligatory ask: If you've read and enjoyed any of my books, please consider dropping an honest review on Amazon or Goodreads, and helping spread the word!
Thanks so much for all your support and Happy Thor's Day, too!!
Amazon | Barnes&Noble
Amazon | Barnes&Noble