HER MIRACLE MAN came to life one afternoon during an IM chat with my editor. Very quickly this story, that was intended to be a light and fun holiday read, took on a life of its own. I was doing more research than ever before and talking to some of the most interesting people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing.
I drove to Indianapolis with my mother and daughters where we reconnected with family we haven’t seen in a lifetime and visit areas I wanted to include in the story. I’m often asked which book or character is my favorite, and that’s an impossible question to answer. I can say, without hesitation, that HER MIRACLE MAN is the story I am most proud of. It is also the story that’s touched me on the deepest, personal level.
To celebrate the recent print release of HER MIRACLE MAN, I’m kicking off a contest with 12 weeks of prizes. What better place to kick that off than here? But first, I thought I’d share a favorite moment from the story.
“I would like to kiss you.”
The foundation beneath her feet trembled as if the house had been built on pillars of salt.
“Umm.” Again her body canted forward slightly. Her eyes felt suddenly heavy, much like her brain.
Slowly, still not blinking, Ryland lowered his head toward her. Shivers of anticipation lightened her. The moment stretched, hummed, as his lips grew closer and closer. His breath brushed her lips, he was so near, but still he didn’t kiss her.
“If you think it wouldn’t be too distasteful.”
Please do. “I suppose it would be okay.”
“I’ll try not to disappoint,” he whispered.
Readers, what story has most touched you on a personal level?
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