You guys, yesterday was so special for me. Thank you to everyone who commented, visited me on Facebook and tweeted about my debut release, Knowing the Score. I had a great day. My family took me out for lunch and made speeches about how proud they were (Mom even tried to get the waiter at my favorite Mexican restaurant to buy a copy of my book).
When I got home I found some amazing reviews. Janelle on Red Hot Books gave it an A-, saying: “I loved reading this book. I loved the characters’s revelations that it’s nice to support someone else, that it feels good to take care of each other, to be important to one another.”
And here’s one of my favorite reviews, written by Tori MacAllister. I’m going to print this one and hang it by my computer. “I cannot say enough about how much I adored this book! Spencer was wicked sexy, a man scarred by his past errors in judgment, who is so clearly smitten with Caitlyn (her obliviousness regarding his fame and his sport delights him) that he’s often unsure as to what he’s actually feeling…This book represents the first in a series, London Legends, and all I can say is THANK YOU!!! I’m not sure I could manage this novel as a one-off.”
*blushes* I don’t know these reviewers, so I can’t get over the fact that they like my book so much. It’s such an awesome feeling.
Also, today I’m being featured on the Carina Press blog. I opened my heart up on the blog post, so I hope you’ll drop by and leave me a comment.
Anyhoo, today I have two fabulous things you could win. Here are the details!
One lucky person will win two prizes by entering the Rafflecopter giveaway below. The first prize is one of my all-time favorite sports romances (and you know I’ve read a crapton of sports romances!). Alison Packard’s The Winning Season just came out a couple of weeks ago, but it’s destined to win a spot on my keeper shelf forever.
Kelly Maxwell has finally landed her dream job, publicist for the San Francisco Blaze. But the team’s newest member, handsome bad boy catcher Matt Scanlon, is refusing every interview. She’s got to get him to open up before the season ends, or she may not be back next year. And after everything she overcame to achieve her dream, Kelly’s not about to let that happen.
Matt Scanlon just wants to be left alone to rebuild his life and his career. After a year of masking the pain of a recent loss with hard partying and fast women, he finally hit rock bottom and was traded to a team he’s loathed his entire life—a team with little or no chance at the post-season.
Butting heads is getting Kelly and Matt nowhere but annoyed, and with the team’s schedule on the road, they can’t avoid close quarters—or their surprising attraction to one another. As the season winds down, Matt finds his growing feelings for Kelly have brought his numbed emotions back to life. But when betrayal shatters their fragile trust, winning it all seems more impossible than ever.
The second thing you can win is this sporty shirt featuring the London Legends logo that you, my friends, helped me choose.
Ready to enter? I’ll announce the winner on Monday. Good luck!