This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Michele will be awarding a choice of signed paperback copy of Wanting Wilder, Mina’s Heart, Kiss Me Goodnight, or Kiss Me By Moonlight, and a $25 Amazon gift card to one randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. (US ONLY) Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.
The back of my house is almost all glass. I have four sliding doorwalls and a huge bank of windows that treat us to this wonderful view year round. We have two levels of patio near the house, and the yard slopes down to the waterfront. Our frontage is quite long, as you can see from the south view and beach view pictures. The pond association maintains four swim platforms for us all to use.
I haven’t set any of my novels here or in a like setting. It seems too peaceful for all the drama and heartache I like to cause. When I’m knee-deep in some kind of plot dilemma, my kids will call to me, saying, “Mommy, you’ve worked hard enough today. Come outside and play with us.” And I do. Other times, when they are too busy with their lives to remember me, I stare at the view when I need a quiet moment, inspiration, or just to watch the beauty of nature. This is the view outside my window.
Yes, Lacey Hallem’s life remains fraught with challenge, but you know she’s a fighter. Forming a talent management agency with her best friends has been the best career move she’s ever made—even if it’s the only thing currently working according to plan. Lacey’s OCD is getting the better of her, and this time her hands aren’t the only casualty. When her lies ruin her relationships with both Kiss Me Goodnight and Dylan, she’s forced to confront her demons in ways she’s never had to before. As she once again faces her past, can she learn once and for all to let love and friendship through the barriers she’s built?
Both harrowing and hilarious, this conclusion to the tale of Lacey and Dylan will leave you laughing, crying, and fanning yourself—sometimes all at once. Michele Zurlo triumphs again in this moving story about life’s quirks and what we all have to do to get by.
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