Thursday, July 27, 2017
The Temp, the third book in the Flotilla spinoff series has been published!
On July 27, 2017 my eBook, Flotilla: The Temp, was added at Amazon.com! And as I always do, I have print on demand paperbacks available for your reading fix as well!
Flotilla is a a spinoff series of both Music of the Soul and London Harmony. It follows the ever beguiling Paya Doshi and the crew of the Flotilla Project, as they give all of themselves to help out those less fortunate in the London core. Their efforts help those individuals and families to get back on their feet and into flats of their own.
As I always do with my romances, each story is part of the overall series but can be read and enjoyed as standalone books.
The Flotilla Project’s runner, Lenonre, is off on her honeymoon in Ireland, and Paya Doshi’s right-hand woman, Ange is busy managing the renovation of the Project’s newest acquisition.
Paya finds that the Flotilla has grown to a size it is difficult for her to manage on her own while having to also manage the deliveries and ride service needed on top of it all. So grudgingly she hires a temp to do the running.
She hires Reid on the recommendation of Lenore’s little sister, Christine. She is delighted to find that Reid is the mysterious person that Christine has been sneaking around with the past few months.
What nobody was expecting was the delightfully intriguing mystery that shows up on their doorstep, and they can easily see why Christine is so smitten with the beguiling Reid.
Life lessons and love are the order of the day.
There is an important message in this book, and that is it just doesn't matter what a person's gender, sexuality, or any other way they identify as an individual, the only thing that matters is the relationship that person has with others, and... of course... the love.
Again and again it is demonstrated just how awesome my readers are... almost faster than I could blink, The Temp was on the bestseller list at #14 and climbing in its categories. I take my hat off to you all, then I take of my smaller hat, then the tiny hat and the visor I'm wearing below that.
As I always do, I'd like to send a great big platypus sized thank you out to all of you. And I'd love and appreciate any feedback, positive or negative. I also accept building blocks made of jello and pudding.
I'd love to hear feedback from YOU about the story and characters of Flotilla: The Temp. I'd be thrilled to discuss the story with you!