Wrong For You: May 1, 2017

I’m so excited to show you the fun new cover for my next release, Wrong For You, hitting bookstore shelves in just a few weeks! In fact, it’s already up for preorder on Amazon, if that’s the kind of thing you do.

Wrong For You on Amazon

It will also be available at Deseret Book, Seagull Book, and at Barnes and Noble. (If you don’t see it in your local B&N, please request it! They can order it for you!)

Here’s a quick summary of the book.

Lane Bishop is a hardworking, intelligent, beautiful young woman. And with her recent move to Chapel Hill, she is determined to leave behind the drama and effort of keeping up with the dating scene. Even so, Lane somehow manages to get dragged out by a gaggle of girls to go watch boys play soccer. Just watching is not Lane’s forte, so she joins in the fun and leads her team to victory.
Rather than feeling intimidated by the vivacious beauty on the opposing team, Jamie Hamilton is intrigued. Risking his “untouchable” dating status, he decides to pursue Lane—with a little help from his older brother Simon. With Simon’s behind-thescenes assistance, Jamie proves irresistible, even to a disillusioned dater like Lane. But as she gets to know both brothers, Lane can’t help but wonder—beneath the grand gestures and romantic words, is she falling for the wrong guy?

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A Pleasant Read

Gone South, by Meg Moseley is about a woman who makes an impulsive decision to move south to the small town of Noble, Alabama where an old home, connected to her family’s history has gone up for sale. She buys the home, thinking her last name and connections to the house will help her fit in. She’s surprised when instead, she receives a less than friendly reception. Turns out her family’s history in Noble wasn’t exactly squeaky clean. But not everyone is unkind. An antiques dealer befriends her, as well as a 20 year old girl, Melanie, who is down on her luck and struggling to reconnect with her family, also residents of Noble.

I really loved the cover of this book. I found the characters to be generally likable and found the generosity and kindness of the main character inspiring. I was a little underwhelmed by the story line as a whole and wished for a little more conflict, a little more growing and stretching from the characters. I didn’t feel like I had much to root for, you know?

In the end, I considered this a pleasant read, and an easy way to spend an afternoon.

*I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. Which it is. Honest, I mean.