In the follow-up to Mine, Not Hers (Book 1 in the True Love series), we find funny Georgia girl, Melanie, at her breaking point.Melanie’s husband, Chris, has come home for the last time smelling of a cheap mistress. She’s finally had enough of his infidelity. She kicks him to the curb once and for all, but now what?
Bearing witness to the love her best friend Katie shares with her husband Jason, has opened her eyes to see that she deserves more than the betrayals she’s settled for. Problem is, where to begin? How does she meet someone when she’s so jaded and distrustful of men?After fumbled attempts with bars, dating websites, and personal trainers, she’s had enough. Swearing off men altogether, she throws all of her energy into making her life better, and working for a cause she believes in.
When she least expects it, she meets Brian. A handsome, muscular stranger whose enraptured by her. There’s an immediate, and intense attraction, but she pushes him away, knowing that Mr. Perfect will be next in her line of failed relationships.Is he strong enough to break down the brick wall she’s built around her heart or will he protect his own which hides deep secrets from his past?A page turner from the beginning, Melanie’s sad, funny, steamy, and sweet tale of second-chance love will envelope the reader until the very last page.
“The second installment in Anne’s (Mine, Not Hers, 2014) erotic romance series offers a strong storyline and well-developed protagonists with the right amount of eroticism and humor. The pace enables the author to develop a complete and dynamic portrait of Melanie and Brian’s love story. Well-placed flashbacks offer insight into Melanie’s relationship struggles and enable the reader to sympathize with her reluctance to enter another serious relationship. This sequel delivers a lively romance and appealing characters.” ~ Kirkus Reviews
A 2016 Holt Medallion – Award of Merit Finalist in recognition of excellence in Romance writing, extra spicy/erotic category
A 2016 FCRWA National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award Finalist