Hey, check it out! I did an episode of Cocktail Hour where I read a scene from Love & Devotion! Give it a listen HERE!
Love & Devotion The Book Enthusiast "I loved this book!" "She really made me want to jump into the screen..." Read the rest of the review HERE. Swoon Worthy Reviews "...I have been dying for a female/female book and Jove did not leave me disappointed." "Love and Devotion is a beautiful story..." "It is a … Continue reading Early Reviews for Love & Devotion
I did a reading from Love & Devotion for The Liz McMullen show that is scheduled to air July 3rd. Here's a cool picture quote that I put together for the show.
Check out the awesome blog tour I have planned for Love & Devotion! Day 1, June 24 Jove Belle's Rambles Scandalous Book Blog My Love for Films and Novels Book Addict Mumma Day 2, June 25 Bold Strokes Books Author's Blog I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews Dirty Books and Dirty Boys The Book Enthusiast Day … Continue reading Love & Devotion Blog Tour
Did y'all know that Love & Devotion is officially available? It is! Here's the book blurb KC Hall loves her family, her small East Texas town, and her best friend, Emma Reynolds. All of that takes a backseat when her lover beckons. Lonnie is blond, beautiful, and willing. She’s also married and a lifelong friend … Continue reading Love & Devotion Now Available
Eventually KC starts to figure it out. This song is about her realizing who Emma really is and what she means to her. Song # 5 is The Gift, by Colin Raye
KC takes a trip to Austin with her best friend, Emma. While there, they go out dancing. KC undergoes a pivotal shift as she watches Emma dance with her ex-girlfriend. Crazy, by Patsy Cline, is the song they dance to. Song #5 is Crazy by Patsy Cline.
KC, the main character in Love & Devotion, is kind of a dumbass. At the onset of the story, she's having an affair with a woman who is both married and old enough to be her mother. That's a painful proposition no matter how you slice it. Song #4 is Stay by Sugarland.
The main character in Love & Devotion, KC, has the soul of an old school country fan. At one point in the book, she's watching her nephew and this is the song she sings to comfort him. Delta Dawn, by Tanya Tucker