Here in My Heart: #1 Short Story on Amazon!

Thanks to everyone who’s come out this week to support Here in My Heart’s release.

Especially those of you who’ve helped us hit #1 on Amazon in Short Stories and Women’s Short Stories.

What a THRILL!

Num 1 women's short story on Amazon

And a special thanks to everyone who’s already read and reviewed Here in My Heart.

In just three short days, it already has a 4.6 Review Rating, with 16 FIVE STAR Reviews ;)

Our Release Blog Tour and Rafflecopter Contest continues through October 10th (see my  last blog post for details)! There are still great chances to win prizes, including two vintage, heirloom quilts and more.

Blog tour giveaway Quilt-Log-Cabin

See my Fan Newsletter for more details on all your chances to win, and to listen to last night’s Two Hour LIVE Release Chat and Party on Hummingbird place!

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Thanks again for the phenomenal support for Here in My Heart my friends.

To all my readers and fans, YOU are why I write these sweet, emotional stories. I’m so glad you’re enjoying them!

HiMH Final

Live and work together,
or lose everything that matters…

The ultimatum tilts Dru Hampton’s contented life in Chandlerville, Georgia, on its ear. The man that Vivian, her cantankerous boss and benefactor, wants Dru to partner with-live¬†with-is Brad Douglas, who’s let Dru down every way a man can.

Sheriff’s deputy Brad Douglas has come a long way since his rebellious youth. He’s back home to care for Vivian, his ill grandmother. He’s stayed out of Dru’s way all these years to make up for the hurt he once caused her. Now, the delightfully mischievous Vivian’s dying wish is for them to rebuild at least a working relationship together…and she’s betting on them rediscovering much more.

The family business and the Douglas home that Dru and Brad both cherish will be sold if they don’t resolve their differences. Can these childhood sweethearts make up and reclaim each other’s hearts before it’s too late?

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