(Before you even ask, yes, I’m struggling to get Incisive ready for release. This post-Covid brain fog is no freaking joke, let me tell you what.)
So along with Fierce Radiance and Acquainted With the Night, I got the rights back to Cross Country Chaos. I decided that I wanted to update and expand it, as well as convert it from a third-person past-tense to a first-person present-tense point of view. I’d expected to have it out a lot earlier. #thankscovid
For those of you who don’t know, Cross Country Chaos is a very personal book for me, because my son is an adaptive sports athlete, and we took a cross-country trip to Junior Nationals in a Honda Element one year. (But I was happily married and not in Kelly’s situation. LOL) Although some of the more humorous situations in the book were inspired by real-life ones that happened along the way.
But…it’s releasing on 6/23 and you can pre-order it now. It’s nearly 20k words longer than the original version, and it’s for sale on all the usual retail outlets. (Amazon, B&N, Kobo, GooglePlay, Apple, Smashwords, etc.) And now that I’ve made my Amazon pre-order deadline (Seriously, WHY the fuck do I keep doing this to myself with Amazon pre-orders????) I can dive back into edits on Incisive. Which is a massive fucking book.
But you can help keep Princess Kiwi in dog kibble by pre-ordering Cross Country Chaos now! The princess greatly appreciates it. LOL
Print: Amazon | B&N (coming soon)
Kelly Alexander is a divorced single mom. Her younger son, Denny, who uses a wheelchair because of spina bifida, wants to participate in sports like his big brother. Then Kelly learns about the Junior National Disability Games but they’re being held in Spokane, Washington, literally on the other end of the continent from their Florida home. She’s clueless about her next steps to help him fulfill his dreams to compete.
Enter Mart Rawlings. The handsome, single athlete and coach also happens to use a wheelchair. He volunteers to help Denny qualify for Nationals, falling hard for Kelly in the process. Winning over Denny and his brother–and Kelly’s mom–is the easy part. Kelly’s past heartache because of her cheating ex left deep scars in her soul and fuels her reluctance to get romantically involved. She fears Denny will lose his coach should things head south between her and Mart.
Besides, getting Denny qualified is only half the battle. Now Kelly must survive a grueling cross country drive with her sons and mother to get Denny to Spokane. But, more importantly, can she overcome her fears and take a chance on love with Mart?
This MF second-chance romance features a hunky hero who is an adaptive sports athlete, a single divorced mom doing the best she can, an aggravating cross-country drive with family, and a guaranteed HEA! This book was previously released by another publisher. It has been heavily revised and expanded for re-release.