This March, my 20th Harlequin romance will be released. This is a big milestone, and one that I’ve been looking forward to. It’s just such a nice round number, and it feels… accomplished. Does that make sense?
This comic is SO true when it comes to celebrating these things. I tend to just pat myself on the back and move on to the next book, but I feel like this time I really should pause a moment and enjoy it.
I’m not sure what I’ll do. I think I might have a family dinner complete with a decadent dessert. I’ve never had a release party before, because I’m too introverted to enjoy that kind of thing. But now that my parents live closer, I might have a teeny celebration with my husband, son and parents… that would be nice!
Oooh! And I just thought of it now, but I’ve been wanting one of these, and this might be the perfect occasion to pick one up!
We’ll see… but I do feel like I need to do something to mark this event.
I’ve worked for it.
She’s always been just a friend!
Grace Beverly spent years hopelessly in love with her best friend, Billy Austin. Now he’s back in Eagle’s Rest, Colorado, determined to provide the best life possible for his four-year-old daughter. He’s just not sure how. Helping Billy navigate the world of parenting is a one-way ticket back to heartache. Yet how can Grace say no to her oldest friend?