Brace yourself. I'm FINALLY able to share the cover and release date of my next book! How To Honeymoon Alone has been a passion project long in the making, and I'm so excited (and nervous) to tell you about it.
Honeymoon is my very first romantic comedy. It has tons of banter and a slow-burn romance... and it's set at The Winter Resort in Barbados. Yes, the Winter hotel chain from the New York Billionaire series!
How to Honeymoon Alone releases on June 13th, just in time for summer. It will be available in ebook, audio and paperback across all major retailers, including Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Kobo, and several others. That also means it will not be available in Kindle Unlimited, at least not right away.
I can't wait to share more about this book in the next few newsletters; why I wrote it, some excerpts, and introducing the characters. I hope you'll love Eden and Phillip just as much as I do.
Scroll down for the stunning cover. The brilliant Leni Kauffman (book designer extraordinaire) drew it and I love how the characters look!
Have a wonderful week, Olivia
PS: This book has a ton of sea turtles in it. And romance. But mostly sea turtles.
Coming June 13th
A paradise island. Two strangers. The attraction they never saw coming…
When Eden dumped her cheating ex before the wedding, the last thing she expected was to go on their tropical honeymoon alone. But with no refunds possible, she packs her budget guidebook and broken heart, and sets off.
She plans to relax on the beach, swim in the ocean, and drink cocktails until she feels like herself again… or falls over. Whichever comes first. What she’s not expecting is the brusque, handsome stranger who sits down at her table on the first night.
Philip Meyer is a grumpy workaholic, and so irritatingly cynical that it makes her forget she’s grieving just to prove him wrong about the world. The two have nothing in common… except trying to forget who they’ve left behind.
The luxury resort isn’t too big, and fate soon pushes them together again. And again. Catamaran cruises and midnight swims give way to late night room service and whispered nothings. Maybe opposites really do attract.
But every vacation has to end, even the very best ones… Can these two opposites make it last?