With the publication of The Reluctant Fiancée, my thirtieth book for Harlequin, the Taylor Sisters Saga is complete. I’m so happy they’re all together now.

This was the hardest book to write with so many threads to weave and ends to tie. It was also the most difficult to edit, because unbeknownst to be I’d made my lovely hero a bit too manipulating to be liked. (As pointed out by my editor) Eesh! So after extensive revisions, this book got the nod. Being in the good editorial hands of Megan Broderick, this book is all I’d hoped and wanted it to be. So, for those who have read the first two stories, have at it with this one. If you haven’t read Cooking Up Romance or Date of a Lifetime, you can still read this book as a stand alone. But so much of the fun of reading this trilogy is following the journey of three sisters separated at birth, who knew there was something missing in their lives, and who finally found each other.

Have I told you lately how I love happily ever after endings?

COVID-19 is upon us, and there couldn’t be a better time to read.

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3 Responses to TOGETHER AT LAST

  1. Nas says:

    I loved the first two books but the third one is so much better!