“This was a wonderful sweet second chance romance. It didn’t focus heavily on the pandemic; it was more in the back ground. Doc and Andie are perfect for each other. I loved this book.”
Poisoned Primrose is 99c from Jan 26 – Feb 16!
Autistic, asexual, and almost forty, Pineapple “Motts” Mottley flees London with her cat and turtle to a quaint cottage in Cornwall. She craves the peace of life in a small village. The dead body buried in her garden isn’t quite what she had in mind, though.
Will Motts survive the onslaught of murderously bad luck?
Can she solve the mystery before it all spins out of control and off a cliff?
Almost every year, I’ve created a writing playlist for that year. Well, maybe not every year, but I’ve frequently done it. I always have a playlist for a book or a book series but my writing playlists are just random and not focused on a particular one.
The general writing playlists usually have more to do with my mood at the moment. I’ve started building my 2023 list so I thought I’d share the first ones to be added.
Easy on Me – Adele
Set Fire to the Rain – Adele
Let’s Stay Home Tonight – NEEDTOBREATHE
Good Life – One Republic
Try – P!nk
Someday – One Republic
Rise – Calum Scott
wish you well – Wrabel
All of Me – John Legend
love is just a word – Jasmine Thompson, Calum Scott
If You Love Her – Forest Blakk with Meghan Trainor
“This second-chance love story is a delightfully entertaining tale of two people who are set in their own ways. They take a risk in life together and learn more about themselves along the way—truly heartwarming lessons for everyone.”
~ Four stars, Robyn from Saucy Reviews on Kinky Korner
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
- Under Pressure – Queen & David Bowie
- Rumour Has It – Adele
- Lemon Tree – Fools Garden
- Love Again – Dua Lipa
- Got My Mind Set On You – George Harrison
- Start Me Up – Rolling Stones
- Walk of Life – Dire Straits
- Friday I’m in Love – The Cure
- Killer Queen – Queen
“I really enjoy reading Dahlia Donovan’s cozy mysteries because they remind me of a mash-up of Father Brown, Agatha Christie and Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. Since I’ve fallen down the MM rabbit hole, I haven’t read MF romance. I was pleased to discover that Motts was written as an asexual, autistic character and this book reads more as a whodunnit than a romance novel. Loved it!”
~ Love Wins on Amazon 5 Stars