Meet Tenley. Isn’t she pretty? The cover, not just the girl 🙂
So happy I went with Sue Traynor for the cover pic; so glad my revised Charlotte covers have had such positive feedback.
So happy I didn’t throw away my WIP of Charlotte way back when!
Yes, The Best Worst First Date Ever is a sequel to The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd, but can be read as a standalone. I’d prefer you to read the whole series, including the prequel The Missing Files of Charlotte Dodd. Charlotte is pretty special to me and I’ve already started working on the next book. I’m pretty excited about that.
I’m pretty happy about a lot of things today!
I’ve gotten my first sale out of the way, and have some reviews popping up already.
Want to see what readers are saying?
I’m excited about that too! 5-star reviews so far!!!! Here’s two of them. And yes, I’m tooting my own horn because I deserve to pat myself on the back!
Excitement, fast action and a touch of romance
“This book is every bit as good as the first one. It stands on its own, so don’t worry if you didn’t read the other.
Tenley is a single mother and a co-owner of a restaurant. She has no time for dating. But her family and friends think otherwise. Even her nine-year-old daughter chimes in. So when a good-looking, seemingly shy customer asks her out, she accepts. Thus begins the best, worst first date ever. I think that’s a fair assessment. Colin Darcy (Now, why do I love that name?) seems to be a likable guy. But the date quickly goes bad in ways that will make your head spin. From then on, the action is nonstop. I’m with everyone else. I kept switching my view of Colin, back and forth. The ending was very satisfactory but left me longing for more adventures. I will be waiting for more books from this author.
I highly recommend this book. And if you haven’t read the first, grab it. You’ll love it.”
Action chick lit!
“This book was nonstop excitement from beginning to end. At first, it seemed like a typical chick lit novel: Tenley is a single mom going out on her first date in a long while with a geeky but cute British guy. But then during the date, things take a really unexpected turn, and it ends up being the craziest date ever.
I loved Tenley’s tenacity. Even though she’s a civilian, she doesn’t just let things happen to her… she takes action. I loved Colin, although I spent the entire book trying to figure out if he was a good guy or bad guy. The action was rapid in this book, and there wasn’t one dull page. I couldn’t stop reading to find out what would happen next.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys chick lit with an action twist!”
Get your copy of The Best Worst First Date Ever now. Or if you want to start from the beginning, The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd is still only 99 cents.