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Healing Embrace the Sequel to Broken Women is Out

Just call me a slacker! I know I’ve been promising the release of Healing Embrace, the sequel to Broken Women (but stand alone novel) since October or thereabout. Life gets in the way sometimes. It’s out now. Right now, as of today. You can get it immediately at Amazon, Kobo and Inktera. Other outlets are being added by the hour.

Over the next few days, watch for it at Apple (iBooks), Barnes & Noble (Nook), GooglePlay (Android devices), Page Foundry, Tolino, Scribd, the Smashwords Store and just about everywhere you buy your eBooks. New outlets are being added all the time.

If you enjoy your lesfic romance novels in paperback form, You’ll have to wait two more weeks or so…not long. The print edition is in the works.

The synopsis for Healing Embrace (just in case you’ve never seen it before):

Healing Embrace CoverBarb and Janet were a couple…and then they weren’t. What now?

They started a tentative relationship that led to sex a little too soon. Both shied away but their friends knew the two women belonged together. Their friends conspired to put them together in a neutral place where they could talk it out and it worked.

They talked. They started slow, with actually dating the second time around…but now what? They’ve both been shattered by love lost. They’re both wary of getting deeply involved again. It doesn’t help matters any when Barb’s focus gets drawn away from her own happiness to tend to the needs of others.

Janet tries to be understanding of Barb’s need to be there for her family. She knows she loves the fiercely independent blonde but she’s not so sure they belong together in a committed, long-term sort of way, especially when her attempts to lend a hand from time to time seem to bring out more ire than gratefulness.

Barb’s dad and his health problems have her feeling years older than she already is. When she looks at the only slightly younger Janet, she sees the exuberance and inexperience of youth. She loves the curvy cop with her heart on her sleeve but she’s afraid the younger woman too often leaps before she considers all of the consequences.

What will it take to convince the two women that their personalities complement each other and that they’re a good match?