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New Limitless Release: Sweet on You by Marianne Rice

Sweet on You by Marianne Rice Series: The Wilde Sisters #1 Release Date: January 26, 2016 Publisher: Limitless Publishing || SYNOPSIS ||  An extravagant cake design brings small town baker Trent Kipson to fame…
After gaining social media exposure of his culinary art, Trent’s cake design goes viral. Soon he’s contacted by the Cooking Network to host a new show in California. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for the owner of a modest shop in Portland, Maine, and the financial freedom the network offers could be the answer to all of his monetary problems.
Fitness instructor Rayne Wilde wants the life every small-town girl dreams of…
Rayne wishes for a future full of romance and the pitter-patter of little feet. She wants it all, including a white picket fence and a dog named Spot—which is exactly why she refuses to sleep with Trent, the sexy man who attends her Zumba classes. After a series of dead-end relationships, this time she really is in love. Trent is special, and the fear of lettin…

Turning 40 and Looking Toward the Future

I recently turned 40 and celebrated by having a tea party with some gal pals. My parents and sister-in-law sent an awesome shadow box with highlights from my life so far. It was a good birthday and got me thinking... what's next?
Well, on the writing front I have a new book that's been submitted to publishers for consideration. There is a sprinkling of mystery and romance in it. I'm patiently waiting to see what happens with that story. 
And I just returned from a trip to San Diego. We visited my parents and took the kiddo to Legoland. I was also thrilled to meet up with an old writer friend from college. 
So after catching up about motherhood and life since college, my friend and I decided to try to co-write something. I'm excited to see how the story will take shape as we work together. I will keep you all posted:) 
She brought me a gift. It was a video we made together in college called "Shoe Talk". It was all about how our taste in shoes differed. That&#…

Shades of Sydney

Sydney West enjoys sampling summer boys, but this year, one refuses to be a one-night stand… Twenty-one-year-old Sydney doesn’t believe in relationships. Her parents’ toxic divorce has taught her love is nothing but a sinister fairytale. So every summer she parties, hooks up, abandons her lover before dawn, and repeats.
That is until she meets gorgeous local surfer Jason King at the beach…
When Jason fails to flirt—or even give her a second glance—she decides something must be wrong with him, and it’s safer to stay away. But when Sydney and Jason’s best friends hook up and become Malibu’s hottest couple, they are forced to spend more time together than either of them cares for. Armed with a sharp tongue, Sydney works to keep Jason at bay…
In a moment of weakness, Sydney lets her guard down and confides in Jason, realizing he’s more than just a hot guy—he’s also a friend. And when Sydney’s need for a summer boy results in her falling into bed with Jason, despite her better judgment, she run…

New Teaser

An author friend let me know that Canva was a good site for making book teasers. I tried it today and came up with a new one for Dating Maggie. It's nice to be able to make graphics for free without a design background!


Top 10 Romantic Date Night Songs

My main character goes on lots of dates. And this guy has some good ideas for songs that might be playing in the background on some of those dates...maybe just the good ones. Check it out if you need inspiration for an upcoming date night of your own:)


Happy New Year! I just read a new review of Dating Maggie...

I was thrilled to find another good review this morning up at Jeri's Book Attic Blog.  Here's an excerpt: 

Review :With "Dating Maggie" by M.J. Greenway you get one of those books that first seems like this typical girly book, but then you figure out that it is so much more...
It´s a story about Maggie who easily lets you become a part of a story about dating. But you know what? It´s not just this cheesy story that you would expect from a blurb like this.
You get introduced to Maggie who is such a likeable character-one that makes it easy to connect with the story.
The same I can say about Cliff. He is a character that got married very young. A marriage that does not make him as happy as he should be which is why he gets divorced.  So what did the talented author do with these two authentic characters? 
She lets them create this unique story that makes you not just smirk, but also laughing and crying at the same time.  
Read the rest of the review here: Jeri's Book Atti…