Shades of Blue by Dana Tanaro Britt. A lovely romance set on a tropical island with characters who have a knack for random trivia. Not unlike an annoying yet hilarious mail carrier who could be found at the end of a bar each Thursday night. Coincidently, the hero of this book is the owner of a bar.
Oceans Over You by Melina Gillies. A sweet and quick novella set on the high seas. What do you do when you get a second chance with your first love? Great read.
Lost and Found by Kay Blake. Another quick read set on the high seas (my way of escaping on a cruise ship without leaving the house) about an artist and a man who lost his daughter and his wife.
I was born and raised in San
Francisco, CA, and have a husband and two children. Music is an addiction. I
can often be found in the car, singing along at the top of my lungs to whatever
is playing. I work full time, and I split my spare time between family,
reading, blogging, and writing. I’m a habitual quoter. Lines from films and TV
shows constantly pop into my head—my kids are the only ones that really get it.
I’m an only child, and so of course I married a man who is one of ten children.
Other than English, I speak Spanish, Moroccan, and a little French. I love to
travel, but don’t do enough of it. Reading has been a passion for most of my
life and I now love writing. I’m klutz, and in my own mind, I’m hilarious.