First things first, here’s a picture of Rachel Shelley and me at the Diva Literary Awards:
As my wife put it: Rachel looks surprisingly smiley after yet another drunk lesbian coming up to her begging for a selfie. ;-0
I didn’t win in the Lesbian Romance category, but they gave all runners-up a trophy and I was/am very happy with mine. Thank you so much to everyone who voted! <3
I don’t have any more new releases this year, but I do have a few very well-priced box sets for you. Today, I’d like to introduce the first: Captive Hearts.
My wife (aka my secret weapon) came up with that title because all the characters in these books are nursing deep mental wounds and are waiting for the right person to help release their captive hearts. These 3 books contain A LOT of emotions and if you’re new to my books (or want to give one of your friends a very emotional Christmas present) this is a really great deal.
Here are the details for Captive Hearts:
Three much-loved lesbian romance novels from best-selling author Harper Bliss. All the characters in these books are nursing deep mental wounds and are waiting for the right person to help release their captive hearts.
This digital box set includes At the Water’s Edge (including the follow-up novella It Takes Two), Far from the World We Know and Seasons of Love. All books have been Lesbian Romance best sellers and have garnered more than 350 5-star reviews between them.
At the Water’s Edge – Sometimes you need to go back to where you came from…
After a traumatic event that has left her in deep need of healing, Ella Goodman returns to her hometown in Oregon. While staying at her family’s cabin at the West Waters lake resort, she finds an unexpected friend in level-headed owner Kay Brody.
Far from the World We Know – How far must you run to escape the past?
Laura Baker has just moved to small-town Texas hoping for a life of solitude and recovery after a traumatic event that has scarred her irreversibly. But her chosen isolation is difficult to maintain after she meets Tess Douglas, the charming editor of the town paper.
Seasons of Love – Is age really just a number?
Alice McAllister is a successful solicitor who likes a quiet, disciplined life. But when her business partner Miranda forces her to take a vacation at her holiday home in Portugal, the presence of Miranda’s daughter Joy turns Alice’s world up-side down.
What reviewers are saying:
“At the Water’s Edge was a privilege to read, joining my all time best top ten titles.” – Lesbian Reading Room
“Far From the World We Know is an excellent book. I think it just may be Harper’s best.” – The Lesbian Review
Buy this great-value box set and get ready for a page-turning rollercoaster ride of emotions!
Word count: 200.000 words (3 novels + 1 novella)
P.S. French Kissing: Season 4 is currently with my editor. If all goes well, it should be ready for a simultaneous ebook & audiobook release in February next year. I’ve started writing Pink Bean 7 (aka Caitlin James’ story) and hope to have the first draft done before Christmas.
P.P.S. Since 2 weeks we have an extra inhabitant at Casa Bliss: