Marie Harte | The End ... or
GIVEAWAY: win a copy of THE ONLY THING
May 7, 2018
Sadly, the Donnigans
series is coming to a close with THE ONLY THING. Though all
the books stand alone as their own stories, I do like to weave characters from
other series in and out of various books. It's like six degrees of separation
with Kevin Bacon, but instead of the grand Footloose Master, you have the McCauleys!
The MCCAULEY BROTHERS
books are the first I wrote for Sourcebooks, and they revolve around the
McCauley brothers (go figure.) Their cousins, THE DONNIGANS, also live
in Seattle. As do the mechanics who feature in BODY SHOP BAD BOYS, who
work for Del McCauley at Webster's garage.
But hey, THE ONLY THING
is about J.T. Webster and Hope Donnigan. So let's focus on these two. Some
interesting facts about…
- First appeared in RUINING MR. PERFECT because
she works for Cameron McCauley.
- Is the only girl in her family and among her McCauley cousins
- Has in the past babysat her nephew Colin McCauley (who appeared in all the
McCauley books, staring with THE TROUBLEMAKER NEXT
- First met J.T. at her cousin Mike's Wedding in WHAT TO DO WITH A BAD BOY
- First appeared in (and I had to look this up because I was initially wrong
about the timing) RUINING
MR. PERFECT when he visited his sister at her garage while she was having a
run-in with Mike McCauley
- Is good friends with the mechanics at his father and sister's auto shop,
Webster's Garage, and appears in all the BODY SHOP BAD BOYS books
- Was inspired by my admiration for Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock. J.T. has his
mother's chestnut brown skin and good looks combined with his father's strength
and sense of humor
- Has been annoying Mike McCauley during Mike's romance with J.T.'s sister (WHAT TO DO WITH A BAD BOY)
If you want a romance that's big on love and family, full of flirting and sexy
escapades, and has a hint of suspense under all that, read THE ONLY THING.
And for a chance to win the first in several of my series, enter the Rafflecopter Contest!
What do you do when a "fake" relationship is so much better than the
Hope Donnigan is finally getting her life together. She's working a job she
likes, has some amazing friends, and is steering clear of Mr. Wrong. Now if only
she could get her mother to understand that. Maybe a hot tattoo artist from the
other side town is just the ticket to teach her mom a lesson.
J.T. Webster fell for Hope months ago at his sister's wedding. So when she
propositions him to be her fake boyfriend to get her mother off her back, he's
all in. The only problem is J.T. had no idea their pretend relationship would be
better than anything real he's ever had...
[Sourcebooks Casablanca, On Sale: May 1, 2018, Mass
Market Paperback / e-Book, ISBN: 9781492631910 / eISBN: 9781492631927]
Another exceptional character-driven romance to entertain readers!
Caffeine addict, boy referee, and romance aficionado, New York Times
and USA Today bestselling author Marie Harte has over 100 books
published with more constantly on the way. She's a confessed bibliophile and
devotee of action movies. Whether hiking in Central Oregon, biking around town,
or hanging at the local tea shop, she's constantly plotting to give everyone a
happily ever after. Visit http://marieharte.com and fall in love.
Win a copy of THE ONLY THING by entering the giveaway above or telling us in the comments your favorite Marie Harte series!
7 comments posted.
Re: Marie Harte | The End ... or
I am a long time fan but can't say I have a favorite
series. Have enjoyed following her writing from paranormal
romance to contemporary. And would continue to follow her
to other genres. Love her characters and their
(G. Bisbjerg 6:01pm May 8)
Love this series! Thanks.
(Kathleen Bylsma 11:35pm May 8)
I love this series! Thanks.
(Kathleen Bylsma 11:37pm May 8)
So far, this is my favorite series.
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:55pm May 10)
love this series thanks
(Ann Unger 9:39pm May 10)
Seeing J. T. getting his HEA is the best mother's day gift.
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:35pm May 11)
Thanks for sharing
(Colleen Conklin 12:54pm May 12)
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