Today’s the day! SUDDENLY ONE SUMMER is now available! “A hot, sexy read packed full of humor… If you need a great read to throw in your beach bag, make sure Suddenly One Summer is one of your choices.” —USA Today
After a break-in at her town home, divorce lawyer Victoria Slade rents, for the summer, a loft condo next door to investigative journalist Ford Dixon. As neighbors, they don’t get off to a good start (expect lots of sparks!), but they reluctantly agree to work together when Victoria takes on Ford’s sister as client. As they begin spending more time together, they find it harder and harder to fight the intense attraction between them, until—
—Well, I wouldn’t want to spoil it for you, would I? 😉
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4 thoughts on “SUDDENLY ONE SUMMER is out today!”
I love the characters in your books. The dialogue is an interesting blend of humour and serious. The characters feel real. Ford and Victoria were terrific!
Thanks, Janis! So glad you enjoyed the book!
I just finished reading “Suddenly One Summer.” I have long enjoyed your books for their witty, intelligent repartee, but you really kicked it up a notch with this book!
Not only was it satisfyingly frothy, but I felt that your character development was really spot on–not to mention how perfectly you achieved your tone and developed your theme.
As a physician, I also want to thank you for helping to de-stigmatize mental illness. I found your depiction of co-dependency issues in this novel to be both masterful and entertaining. This is not an easy balance to achieve; and I am impressed that you managed to avoid both descending into melodrama and trivializing the issues. Again, thats not an easy balance.
Anyway, I do wish you romance novelists got the respect you all deserve as excellent writers. The disdain for the genre is so gendered–but I’m hope at least you all get paid as well as the men.
I’m glad you enjoyed SUDDENLY ONE SUMMER! And thanks for your comment about the portrayal of Victoria’s panic disorder. One of the first things I knew about the book, before I even began writing, was that the epilogue would end with the two of them in therapy. It was important to me that therapy be portrayed in a positive–and realistic–way. And I also agree about increasing respect for romance authors! 🙂