36_What Jane the Virgin Taught Me About Romance Novels (1)

What Jane the Virgin Taught Me About Romance Novels

I’ve said before that I prefer romance novels over television shows. And while that’s still true, I have to mention the except to this rule: Jane the Virgin. Now, if every show was as compelling as Jane the Virgin is, perhaps I’d have a problem. (Or perhaps not, since I’m fairly certain the reason I Read More

30_Why The Mindy Project Made Me Love Romance Novels More

Why The Mindy Project Made Me Love Romance Novels More

  The Mindy Project is one of the only television shows that characterises itself as a romantic comedy. Since I consider myself to be somewhat of a romance connoisseur, I can confirm that it is. In fact, besides Jane the Virgin, it might be the only show on television at the moment that actually resembles Read More

11_Three TV Couples Who Prove That True Love Exists

Three TV Couples Who Prove That True Love Exists

Television series are unpredictable, so they aren’t generally my go-to for romance or true love. (Not that you’re surprised, considering that I’m a romance novelist). But sometimes television shows get it right and give you couples who stay with you even if the show has ended. Because I think these shows need to be rewarded, I’m sharing Read More

Cover Reveal! (1)

Cover Reveal: A Marriage Worth Saving

If you’ve subscribed to my newsletter (and if you haven’t, here you go), you’ll know that I’ve received the cover(s) for my latest book, A Marriage Worth Saving! As I’ve mentioned before, my books are released in North America and the United Kingdom (they come out in a few other countries, too). But this means Read More

5_A Marriage Worth Saving Sneak Peek

A Marriage Worth Saving: Sneak Peek

In honour of Valentine’s Day this week, I’m sharing a sneak peek of my new book, A Marriage Worth Saving, out June 2017 (available to preorder now)! In this prologue, my hero, Jordan, and my heroine, Mila, meet and fall in love on Valentine’s Day. Happy reading! PROLOGUE Jordan Thomas couldn’t take his eyes off Read More