Happy Valentine's one and all. I'm sitting on the couch while my husband slaves over his one true love...his boat. Ha. I'm working on trying to get him to paint it pink but I don't know that it's working yet. Maybe he's just a slave to the saying by Seth Adam Smith: "We simply can't abandon ship every time we encounter a storm. Real love is about weathering the terms of life together."
Subscribers of my newsletter sent in some wonderful memories of their favorite valentines, some from true loves and some even from their dad! Super sweet. I didn't get many valentines but I do remember one from a MUCH older boyfriend who delivered a red rose to my school in front of the head teacher who asked him curtly to get off the school grounds. Oops. As I put the finishing touches on Lady Boss, the next in the Big City Billionaires series, it makes me think about the first of those books - and while I hope your valentines doesn't come served cold and with revenge front and center I hope you get the happy ever after that y heroine achieved!
What ever you end up doing on Valentine's day, know that love comes in all shapes and sizes.
x Happy reading.
Michele de Winton
Being a writer was not was I was supposed to be when I ‘grew up' but then neither was being a dancer. My poor parents. They thought that when I toddled off to law school they'd bred a responsible, useful adult and instead they got a performer and word junkie. But words really are my drug. Oh and yoga, food, sunshine, hot love scenes, my boys, chocolate and happy endings.