Book three goes to my trusty editor on Thursday, but in the meantime, I've got a live preorder link and a blurb to share with you:
One month of fun with no feelings. That was the plan.
After a run of bad luck, chemical engineer Penny Popplestone swears off men until she can figure out why they keep cheating on her. Which is—of course—when the superhumanly hot barista at her favorite coffee shop kisses her out of the blue.
It seems too good to be true because it is: Caleb’s moving out of state in a month. Tired of always being “good little Penny,” she throws caution to the wind and embarks on a no-strings fling with the hottie barista. With nothing in common and only a few weeks to spend together, she figures it’ll be easy to avoid getting too attached.
She figured wrong.
Now, this fanfic-reading, plus-size heroine faces an unsolvable problem. What do you do when being apart is unbearable…but being together is impossible?
Advanced Physical Chemistry is the third in a series of standalone rom-coms featuring geeky heroines who work in STEM fields. This steamy, feel-good love story will appeal to fans of contemporary romance favorites like Penny Reid, Sally Thorne, and Lucy Parker. On sale March 16, 2018.
PREORDER NOW ON AMAZON: http://amzn.to/2EXYaZu
And keep an eye out for the cover reveal, coming to a blog near you on February 16.
Good news! I finally have an official release date for the next book in my Chemistry Lessons series, Advanced Physical Chemistry: March 16.
I don't have a blurb yet, but I can tell you it will feature a plus-size chemical engineer heroine, a hottie barista who (spoiler alert!) falls in love with her, and cameos from some favorite characters from the first two books.
The cover reveal won't be until be next month, but I just got the draft back from my designer and I love it so freaking much! I can't wait to show it to you.
The heroine in Advanced Physical Chemistry doesn't swear, and I'm pretty sure this is the most I've ever had to stretch myself as a writer. I've gotten into the heads of superheroes, time travelers, geniuses, criminals, and historical figures in my writing with no problem. But a character who doesn't curse? That's the one who's turning out to be hard for me to relate to.
It is pretty fun coming up with non-swear alternatives, though. I may adopt some of them in real life and clean up my potty mouth a little.