The latest story in the Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop series is out, and ready for your weekend reading! Or your bus commute! Or lunch break!
It’s a short story – or what passes for “short” in Corsette world, which means it’ll give you at least a couple of hours of reading pleasure.
Here’s the sweet scoop:
A wedding at the Cove! But not only is Granny Pearl’s antique Art Deco ring missing, so is the bride! Is it ghostly mischief, or is Prudence going to get cold feet this Christmas Eve and leave another groom standing at the altar?
Or will she remember in time that the sweetest life is the one you make together?
It’s available on
I hope you love it as much as I do,
“Love is a sweet adventure—especially in Corsair’s Cove!” —Bella Andre (aka Lucy Kevin), New York Times bestselling author of The Sullivans
Corsair’s Cove is definitely a small town, and it’s contemporary – although some of the residents are from another century…
But for sure it’s full of romance!
My fellow authors the Corsettes and I have teamed up with 45+ fantastic authors to give away a huge collection of Sweet & Mild Small Town Contemporary Romances to 2 lucky winners, PLUS a brand new eReader to the Grand Prize winner!
Enter the giveaway by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2xvY3ov
Good luck, and enjoy!
There are so many wonderful things to see in the world. For me, this homemade ship in a lawn was one of them.
Wishing you an observing kind of weekend,
Reviewer Amelia Richard of the site AlwaysReviewing has lovely things to say about Livy, Mack, and Corsair’s Cove – I’m so happy!
She really gets Livy, and she likes Mack as much as I did when I met him.
“KISS IN THE WIND is delightfully enjoyable,” Amelia writes, “and I want to believe these characters and the old-fashioned town actually exist. …There are emotional moments, humorous incidents, and lots of engaging townsfolk. Rachel Goldsworthy had me wanting to visit the businesses that are depicted in the story, as the proprietors sound charming.”
I am herewith inviting Amelia to come to the Cove for a visit any time. Livy will make a fresh batch of Five-Spice Barque to celebrate, and I’m sure Bonney the parrot will have some appropriate welcoming comments.
Check out what Amelia has to say about Kiss in the Wind and other books at always reviewing.com.