My top ten favorite times of the day in no particular order:
1. Waking up after a full UNINTERRUPTED night’s sleep completely refreshed. ‘Course, with a new 2 month old son that doesn’t happen too often!
2. That first sip of tea. I always sigh in that ‘Ah’ moment whether it’s at 5am or 7am.
3. When my household to-do list for the day is finished and I’m able to nab a few minutes to add a paragraph or two to my latest WIP. These rare times always gives me a huge sense of accomplishment.
4. When the girls are in school and my baby boy falls asleep all warm & yummy on my chest, and I kick back on the couch to close my own eyes for a nap.
5. Whenever it’s quiet. Pretty sure I don’t need to explain the WHY on this one!
6. Those moments my girls snuggle on my lap or kiss me without being asked.
7. Anytime the hubs hugs, kisses, or tells me he loves me is always a great time of day.
8. Eating dinner as a family and discussing our days with each other – work and school. Definitely one of the most important times of day, something that draws a family tighter together.
9. When the last, “Mommy!” floats down the stairs and all grows quiet for the night. Yeah. That’s a great time of day right there.
10. Crawling into bed when it’s cold out, burrowing between the flannel sheets and sighing in relief.
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
World Wide Release Date: December 18, 2013
Dismissed from her job as a scullery maid and cast aside by her lover, pregnant Cara Morland has no choice but to return to her father’s farm. While lies of widowhood keep her from disgrace, Cara is faced with a local landowner’s unwanted attentions. Without the social status to do much more than avoid the vile man, she loses hope of ever finding happiness.
A friendship based on mutual loneliness blossoms between Cara and James Elliot, a young farm hand hired by her father. He offers his protection, and one shared kiss reveals his heart, but propriety and her feigned grieving period hinders what they both desire.
When Cara’s stalker learns the truth of her circumstances, he gives her an ultimatum—submit to his possession or he’ll ruin her second chance at love with James.
Purchase links: AMAZON / The Wild Rose Press
Today she enjoys an escape to Middle Earth during the rare ‘me’ moments her three young children allow. When not playing toys, picking them back up, or kissing boo-boos, she can be found sprawled on the couch with a book or pencil in hand, and toothpicks propping her eyelids open.
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