Happy Valentine’s Day

This week’s blog stops on my tour for COURTING HIS FAVORITE NURSE include:

Seekerville – February 16th

Fresh Fiction blog – February 20th

I’ll be giving away a book or two.  Hope to see you there. :)

It’s that time of year again – Sweetheart Day – the day many women both long for and dread.  After many years of marriage, Valentines Day isn’t a biggie.  My husband and I don’t need a special day to tell each other we still love one another.  I don’t need an expensive gift to prove my husband loves me, though the gesture is lovely and always welcomed, and a romantic dinner out is always a good idea. :)

In the beginning of any relationship, I know how important it is to express your intentions through words, or to let a gift speak for you.  After a while though, you’ve got to live those intentions, or the gift is meaningless.

As I like to do every year on Valentine’s Day – I’m going to share one of my favorite love songs.  I love it because it is gritty, intimate and honest, and if you have any hopes of your love surviving, you’ll have to accept that good relationships have all elements included in the love package.

The Book of Love Click on this link for my favorite love song.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do you like to spend Valentine’s Day? What’s your favorite romantic song?

Next week I’ll be back with more information about my upcoming Harlequin Special Edition debut available February 21st, and in stores beginning March.                             Best, Lynne

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5 Responses to Happy Valentine’s Day

  1. robena grant says:

    Love the comment: after a while though, you’ve got to live those intentions.

    That is so true. It’s easy for the guy at work to have his secretary send the obligitory dozen red roses. I’d rather have my man come home early, make dinner together, open a bottle of wine, and then go to bed early. : )

  2. Dee J. says:

    I’m a day late, but still in Valentine mode. Great song. And I agree that the love needs to happen all year long and not just on the day.

    Yay on CFN! Here’s to tons of sales!

  3. Dee J. says:

    Okay… you know I meant CHFN. Flying fingers…

    • thanks, Dee J! yeah, I knew which book title you meant.

      Looking forward to reading your Danger Zone on February 21st!!!

      Oh, and I’m glad you concur with me about VD.