It seems that my publisher has changed plans for my Reluctant Brides series again, I hope for the last time. The first book in the series will now be a retitled and re-edited version of His Father’s Wife. I’m not sure what the new title will be but, with luck, this story followed by Marry Me Stranger and The Sherraby Brides, should be available in print and e-version before much longer. I do apologize for the long delay.
Another change has happened in our lives too. Nathan and Barbara, our elder son and his wife, have moved to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island with their two cats. They recently bought a house there overlooking the ferry terminal and the bay. Several families of deer have been overlooking their new garden, which they have wisely decided not to plant. We’ll miss having Nathan and Barbara round the corner, though for the moment we’re still seeing a lot of Nathan since he continues to work for his company on the Mainland three days a week Our second son, Adrian,has been on holiday lately and kept busy hiking the local mountains.
Bob and I don’t have many plans for the summer, apart from inspecting Nathan and Barbara’s new home, but we are happily taking advantage of the sunny weather, as is Baxter, our Aussie Shepherd. Long may ithe sunshine last.
Happy reading and happy holidays to all.