Good morning! It’s halfway to the weekend, you can do this!
As I sat this morning, finishing the last minute edits on Promises Made, I read the last paragraph and sighed. Have you ever just really knew when you typed the perfect words to end a book? Well, that’s the moment I had this morning. But, with that being said, I also cried knowing what those last words meant for my characters and also, knowing I can’t say a word yet!!!
Promises Made is taking me to new heights as a writer. It’s different from my other historical romances and has brought me so much excitement for the storyline. I can see all three books in my head and I can’t wait for you to meet Nash and Joy. You will fall in love with them.
Joy is this sweet young woman that believes in romance and love. She’s lost everything, but gained more than she ever expected. Her humble upbringing has made her a strong woman with good morals.
Nash Collins is a rich rancher that was born as a half-breed), his mother was Cheyenne. He is fiercely loyal and needs a wife. The moment they set eyes on one another, Nash knows that she’ll be his one day. But he also knows that it could be impossible until fate turns the tables.
So, be watching for the release that is coming this Friday!
As always, good writing and May God Bless You…
4 thoughts on “That moment…The perfect ending!”
You’re so prolific, Steph, I admire you! :* My friend, and peer :*
*Smiling* I’m so excited to be in your company at Solstice! Thanks! This book has had me in a emotional state. The next one is going to tear me apart, but for my fans, I’ll do it 😉 Have a wonderful day!
Why tear you apart? What are you planning, Steph?
Ahhhh! I can’t tell yet, but let’s just say, the second book will require a box of tissues!