Hey Rachel! I figured since I lost your first email…and um, the second…and then your prompt as well…I figured fate was pushing me into a direction.
I mean I write romance and you write romance…congrats on signing that contract for the story btw...so I figured I would steal from my blog page and answer the question:
Is it just that I’m into writing kissy scenes and mush and stuff?
Not especially. I honestly find them very difficult to write.
That said, then WHY?
Because…honestly… I'm a true believer.
Love does conquer all. Find love and the world rotates a little smoother.
Now, I don't believe in that 'I can't live without you' crap. Honey, that's co-dependence hidden by head spins.
True love is sticking together through thick and thin, better or worse, good times and bad...it's holding on when the earth seems to be sliding out from under you.
True love empowers. It makes you stronger- able to endure, safe to grow, and allows you to live honestly.
I expect my true love to walk through the fires of hell for a glass of ice water just because I’m thirsty. But also know that I love him enough to never ask.
Love conquers all...love is all.
It’s one of the most important parts of finding happily ever after. And that's the sort of stories I write.
Elizabeth, I'm glad you lost my prompt, because I love this! A woman doesn't need a man in her life (and vice versa) but the right one sure makes things a hell of a lot better. Thanks for stopping by!
Ditched at the altar…biopsied for cancer…Mollie Hinkle is having a bona fide bitch of a summer. When life sucks so hard it takes your breath away, what's a girl to do? Pack a bag, grab a few friends, and leave the past and the worry in the rear view mirror. What wounds can’t be healed by a drive across the Heartland, where quarter flips at cross roads determine the route and the future? All roads lead to Craig, the second son and bad boy of the haughty Coulter line. Has fate brought her to the minuscule Montana town to find happily ever after or will it just break her heart?
“Healing Summer” is the second book in the Coulter Men Series.