Wright’s Wednesday Recs – 4/05/17

Jasmine the Writing CatSo I've been slow in responding to emails lately because...



As you can see, Jasmine is helping me, as always. She's right here, helping me sort through credit card statements with ease and finesse, cutting my working time on this project down to...well, 40 hours so far. *crying*

But on a serious note, have you ever noticed how, in many of my Jasmine pics, you can see my bathrobe in the picture? That blue plaid thing you see? Yeah, that's my ratty-tatty-but-super-comfy bathrobe.

Yup, I've outed myself – I apparently spend most of my day in my bathrobe, or at least it seems so if you look at my Jasmine the Writing (Taxes) Cat pictures. I'm not entirely sure what that says about me, other than I can be *ahem* slow to get dressed on some occasions. *cough* every morning *cough, cough*

*ahem* Coughing fit under control now, promise.

Other than the nightmare that is US small business taxes, I've also been hard at work on the freebie novella, Stampede of Love. Ladies and gents, you will be thrilled to know that the big release date is next Wednesday, the 12th of April. The novella is in the capable hands of a few readers, helping me clean it up, and so by time you get your hands on it, it should be as awesome as can be. I am super excited about that! 😀

Remember, this is going to be a newsletter-exclusive novella, so the one and only way to get your hands on it is to listen to me ramble on each week. Which is why I want it to be as amazing as can be, because if it isn't amazing, then what kind of incentive is that?? If I'm going to give away a bribe, it needs to be an awesome-sauce one.

In the meanwhile, here's my two recs for the week. The first one (Elaina Jadin) is a really close friend of mine who will be releasing a romantic comedy soon. (So excited for this book release, can I just tell you??) The link below allows you to read the first nine chapters of that amazing novel for free, and you'll also be notified you when the book itself hits the shelves. The second rec for the week (Liz Isaacson) is for a Christian Western Romance - on sale for only $0.99, and available on all storefronts.

With that, enjoy!

Crazy Perfect Mess by Elaina Jadin

Crazy Perfect Mess by Elaina JadinKATE

When free-spirited Kate walked in on her boyfriend playing naked Twister with another woman—her unscrupulous cousin, no less—she decided it was time to take a sabbatical from dating. A decade or so should be about right.

Now she’s crashing on her BFF’s couch, throwing herself into a three-ring circus of temp jobs, and trying to expertly avoid her dysfunctional family, who put the ass in passive aggressive. All Kate wants to do is get her life back on track, instead of wasting time with the opposite sex, and she has a foolproof plan:

1) No distractions
2) No complicated situations
3) Absolutely no men

Too bad she just woke up in bed with all three.


Level-headed and loyal, Henri was happily pursing an art degree and looking for his soulmate, until his dad’s illness changed everything. Determined to help out, he set aside his dreams to take a more practical path. Along the way, he picked up a soul-sucking career and a demanding fiancée with dubious motives.

But that’s okay—he’ll do whatever it takes to keep a roof over the heads of the people he loves most in the world: his family. With so much on the line, Henri has a short list of must-do priorities:

1) Keep his commitments
2) Stay focused on his job
3) Don’t let anyone down

Definitely not on the list: falling for Kate.

In this funny and poignant book, Kate and Henri are forced to ask themselves: Is it possible to find happiness when everything you touch becomes a disaster? Is love still worth it, even when it’s this complicated?

~ Sign up to receive the first nine chapters of this novel absolutely free! ~

Before the Leap by Liz Isaacson

Before the Leap by Liz Isaacson

Can Jace find a way to forgive before it's too late?

Jace Lovell only has one thing left after his fiancé abandons him at the altar: his job at Horseshoe Home Ranch. He throws himself into becoming the best foreman the ranch has ever had—and that includes hiring an interior designer to make the ranch owner's wife happy.

Belle Edmunds is back in Gold Valley after she lost her job at a prestigious design firm in California. She's working for a conglomerate, but she's desperate to build a portfolio that she can use to start her own firm in Montana. She applies for the job at Horseshoe Home, and though Jace and Belle grew up together, they've never seen eye to eye on much more than the sky is blue.

The spark between them now that they're adults can't be denied, and as Jace and Belle attempt to work together, they also fight their growing attraction to each other. But Jace isn't anywhere near forgiving his fiancé, and he's not sure he's ready for a new relationship with someone as fiery and beautiful as Belle. Can she employ her patience while he figures out how to forgive so they can find their own brand of happily-ever-after?

~ Available on all storefronts, this book is also on sale for $0.99 ~