Out today is SUGAR'S SONG
sequel to Sugar's Dance
Thanks so much to Katie Mettner, who asked me to
be a part of the cover reveal and her release date!
I'm very honored to be the one to introduce you to.........
(did I mention the books name is Sugar's Song?)
When I am afraid, I will trust in you. Psalm 56
Love is a many-splendored thing and no one who knows this better than Tula “Sugar” DuBois. As the New Year breaks over her lodge on the frozen shores of Lake Superior, Sugar is wrapped in the arms of the man she loves, dancing in the New Year with her brother and his new wife. Enter the mysterious Lillie who comes to the lodge for Christmas break seeking safe haven. No one knows her secrets and she’s determined to keep it that way. Having had secrets to keep Sugar is compelled to love and protect Lillie, determined to give her the strength to reveal what she’s hiding before it’s too late. When Lillie comes face-to-face with her past will she let revenge steal her future? Sugar calls upon all who love Lillie to dance a dangerous samba to save the young girl before she is delivered to the Father by evil... As the tulips sprout through the snow covered ground there is new love, new hope and new life, and together they will share Sugar’s Night...
First thoughts after......
November 2013??? Really????? Subtle hints to the next book and I'm hooked!!
How Distracted did I get???
Sugar's song will wrap you up in a giant bear hug and not let you go until the end. Learning more about minor characters from the last book was an up and down adventure I'd enjoy doing again! I laughed, I cried and cringed. There aren't many more emotions left that can make you feel in a story. Katie has outdone herself and I'm even more attached to the characters than ever before. Sugar's Song is a must for every tbr list. I give Sugar's Song.......
I grew up in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and moved to the Northwoods as a young adult where I now reside with my husband and three children. My love affair with Lake Superior began when I met my husband, Dwayne, and he drove me across the bridge one snowy November day with my nose pressed up against the glass. It was in that moment the scene was set for my breakout novel!
As a young adult I enjoyed ballroom dancing and spent many hours on the dance floor. After an injury sidelined me for 10 years I am finally able to waltz again! My stories are a reflection of my love for family intricately woven with life experience. When the gales of November blow early you can find me at the computer with a cup of joe, listening to Michael Bublé and working on Sugar's next adventure....