Saturday, January 5, 2019

Introducing Liz Flaherty by @JoanReeves

We're thrilled to announce that we're welcoming back Liz Flaherty, author of Nice to Come Home To, a Heartwarming Harlequin Romance.

After a short break from the blog, Liz decided to rejoin her friends here on Gems in the Attic.

Maybe she missed us. I know we missed her! Let me tell you a little about this USA Today Bestselling Author.

Liz, a popular Harlequin author, is known for her wonderful characters and her wholesome romances.

Her books are available in paperback, large print, audio, ebooks, and in box set collections.

Nice to Come Home To is her latest book from Harlequin.

Will an apple a day…

Keep love at bay?

For Cass Gentry, coming home to Lake Miniagua, teenage half sister in tow, is bittersweet. But her half of the orchard she inherited awaits, and so does a fresh face—Luke Rossiter, her new business partner.

Even though they butt heads in business, they share one key piece of common ground: refusing to ever fall in love again. But as their lives get bigger, that stance doesn’t feel like enough…

You'll find Nice to Come Home To at Amazon and other booksellers.

Her recent Christmas romance, The Dark Horse: 12 Days of Heartwarming Christmas, is Book 4 in the Christmas Carousel series.

Widowed Chloe Brewton has made a life for herself in Christmas Town, Maine, teaching literature and being the drama coach at the high school.

Although she’d loved her husband and their life in the army, she doesn’t really want to start over with someone else.

When she meets Major Row Welcome who has arrived in Christmas Town to spend the holiday month with relatives and decide about his future, she feels stirrings of old wishes for happily-ever-after.

The attraction is mutual, although the last thing Row wants is to try marriage again, plus he’s about as interested in having a family as…well, he isn’t. But then there’s Connor Michaud and his three younger siblings. Oh, no. What now in Christmas Town?

How Liz Became an Author

I asked this multi-published author how she got started as an author.

"There are so many answers to how I started writing. I was the youngest, so no one listened to me. I had an affinity with pens that wrote smoothly on lined yellow paper. I had stories in my head--so many stories.

"But, in truth, the beginning was probably my fascination with Aunt Gladys's Royal typewriter. She let me use it whenever we went there, and I learned just how at home I felt behind a keyboard."

Add Liz's Book to Your Library

Liz's explanation is as delightful as her books. Grab one and read it this weekend.

8 comments:

  1. Welcome back, Liz! Glad Joan twisted - ahem - convinced you to return. I love your posts!

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    1. Thanks, Bonnie. I've missed it, although I love what you all are doing here!

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  2. All good reasons to start, and keep writing. Welcome back, Liz.

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  3. We are thrilled to have Liz back. She's one of the most versatile authors and bloggers out there, and we're honored to have her rejoin us.

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