Fine Print

Fine PrintI fin­ished my lat­est man­u­script, and even came up with a suit­able title. You’d think that would be the hard part about writ­ing right? Wrong. Now you send your pride and joy, the work you’ve spent the past two months on (some­times more) then wait for some­one to tell you that while your book is “cute” it isn’t “quite what we’re look­ing for.”

So I send it on. One house’s cute is another’s book of the week, right? That’s what I’m telling myself any­way. Fol­low­ing is a blurb for Fine Print. Hope­ful­ly I can announce some kind of pub­lish­ing con­tract soon.

Three years ago, Kara Sorrento’s hus­band died in the line of duty. The fact that they nev­er start­ed a fam­i­ly is the one thing that she can’t lay to rest. Know­ing that she could nev­er love again, Kara decides to con­ceive a child in a more…non-traditional way. All she needs now is the ide­al DNA, and she’s found it in Derek Mar­tinez. Phys­i­cal­ly he’s a per­fect spec­i­men, with dark fea­tures so much like her late husband’s. Then Derek sug­gests changes to the insem­i­na­tion con­tract, and he threat­ens to dis­rupt not only her plan, but Kara’s entire high­ly struc­tured and ultra-orga­nized world. She would be required to let down her guard and join the liv­ing, no mat­ter how vul­ner­a­ble that would make her. She can do it, she’s a strong woman. It shouldn’t be that hard to resist Derek’s charms. She’d just have to think with her head, and not her heart. When ghosts from Kara’s past sur­face, Kara isn’t sure that she can trust her heart any­way.

Sounds cute, huh?

Whadd'ya think?