Guys! It’s ABOUT TIME I released another book, right? (← See what I did there? No? Click on the link . . .) Well, it’s happening on April 25, 2018. And here’s what you need to know:
Title: About Time (The One #1). It’s a standalone contemporary romance, set in the same world as my other books, so a couple of familiar faces *might* show up.
Characters: Ashton & . . . I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you. (To the FBI agent who monitors me: I’m only kidding. I won’t kill them. But I will sneak into their house and dog-ear all their books). Here’s what you need to know about him: He’s her brother’s best friend—and not the father of her baby. Yeah, she’s pregnant. *gasps*
Who is Ashton Andrews? If you’ve read A Little Bit Crazy and/or A Crazy Christmas, you might remember her. She’s the new bartender at Brighton & Jade’s favorite bar, The Avenue. And if you want to know what she looks like, you can scope out my Pinterest Board for About Time, which I just updated this morning!
What’s it about? Oh, well . . . It’s about a couple of 30-somethings who know that life is too short for the one that got away and to not go after what they want. But if you want to know more, here’s the official blurb:
It’s all about timing . . .
Ten years. That’s how long Ashton Andrews spent wondering if she would ever have the family she craved, with a man who was apparently not the one.
Six weeks. Time spent patiently waiting, silently hoping and endlessly wondering if the decision she’d made to go it alone was the right one.
Nine months. Morning sickness, cravings and that constant need to pee are what Ashton has to look forward to, knowing that numbered are her days of being just one.
Fifteen years, eight days. An eternity ago were those unforgettable moments spent crushing on her brother’s best friend, yet her mind constantly turns to him—the one who got away.
The one who might yet be her one.
It’s probably about time she found out . . .
And that about covers it. Except for one thing . . . The first teaser for About Time, which I hope you love—or at least, I hope piques your interest!