Happy March! I won’t say “happy spring” because I’m up to my eyeballs in snow and single-digit temperatures. I hope it’s different where you are, but for me…firmly convinced spring will never come. I’ve accepted it: The U.S. Northeast has got itself a permanent winter.
However, something is thawing my frozen heart (if not my frozen nose)…
a fabulous sale!
Down on Love, the first book in my small-town Marsden series, is absolutely free, in all e-formats, for the entire month! Yep, you can grab this highly rated rom com (4.5 star average!) from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, iTunes, and Google Books for zero dollars and zero cents! That deserves a Kermit flail, right?
Do it—there’s no risk! Okay, that’s a lie. There is a bit of a risk: If you happen to pick up Down on Love, you might like it (or even love it) and then you might want to read the second Marsden novel, Picture This, and maybe even preorder the third, Lucky for You (publishing this summer). The good news is Picture This and Lucky for You are only $3 and change, so if you want to stay a while in Marsden, you’re still not breaking the bank.
The last bit of good news: Down on Love (and Picture This) take place in summer. Blessedly warm, sunny summer in the Catskills. Nary a snowflake in sight. Damn, makes me want to go reread my own books just to remember what summer is like…
Oh—and? There’s pie. Yes, pie. In the book. If this pic here makes you hungry, the recipe is included:
So go ahead—take a chance! There’s a money-back guarantee, after all! 😉
★★★★★ “Denker’s humor was fabulous”
★★★★★ “Will charm you from page one”
★★★★★ “Definitely a hit…up there with Kristan Higgins, and Jill Shalvis and even Robyn Carr”
★★★★★ “A wonderful heartfelt story”
★★★★★ “Cute, cute, funny, and cute”
★★★★ “A perfect mix of small town dynamics, sister snark and sweet romance”
I thank you for the freebie because it introduced me to your writing! Unlike many of the novels I’ve read recently, yours are funny, well-written, filled with fleshed-out Characters who are like new friends, and, maybe most important, literary in the sense that they are well-edited and in correct English. That said, I loved all three and I’m looking forward to the fourth this summer.
Hi Judy! Thanks so much for your kind words! 🙂 I’m so glad you liked Down on Love. I’m also a big proponent of proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. When I glance through my books and see the rare error that got past me, my editor, and the copyeditors, I flinch. It stings, like I was hit with a paintball at close range! I’m also glad to hear you’re enjoying the series (although there are only two at the moment, with the third, Lucky for You, publishing in August).