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March 15

Looking ahead, I’ll wish you a happy Saint Patrick’s Day, Easter, and spring equinox. March is quite a month for holidays, isn’t it?

After some unseasonably cold weather – and snow, gasp!; it’s not supposed to snow in Victoria in February – spring is finally popping up around here, and I’m delighted about that. I don’t think it could ever come too early for me.

For a couple of weeks I was pretty much housebound with a bad cold, but now that the cold is clearing up I’m doing some gardening. That’s a rewarding but never-ending task at our house. It’s hard on my back, too, since much of it involves pulling weeds. Now, if only they’d stay away rather than regenerate themselves…

On the writing front, I’ve been told that I should hear back from my publisher very soon on my proposal for my next Blue Moon Harbor book. So, lots of finger-crossing!

I do hope there’ll soon be a cover reveal to announce for Sail Away With Me (Sep 25, 2018). I’m awaiting news on that front as well. It really is a fabulous cover and I can’t wait to share it. As soon as I can, it’ll be on my Facebook page.

I guess all this waiting is a good exercise in patience. And on the plus side, it does give me more time to garden!

Congratulations to this month’s opinion poll contest winner, Joan W from Florida, who wins an autographed copy of her choice of my books, plus a Kokopelli bookmark to put in it. A new contest is now running.



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New Releases!

Come Home With Me  contemporary romance by Susan Fox, set on a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest

Come Home With Me

Title 3 (book 2) in the Blue Moon Harbor series

When single mom Miranda Gabriel hits rock bottom, she’s forced to swallow her pride and return to the island she’s always hated. Having been burned by love too many times, her focus now is on building a better life for her daughter.

Luke Chandler found the love of his life, and lost her in childbirth. Now he’s busy with his twin boys and his veterinary practice. Neither Miranda nor Luke are looking for love, nor are they willing to trust in it—but their hearts may not give them a choice.


Cover of Blue Moon Harbor Christmas

“Blue Moon Harbor Christmas” in Winter Wishes

Title 2 in the Blue Moon Harbor series

Jillian and Michael have nothing in common—except the child two reckless college students created eight years ago. When Michael unexpectedly asks to meet his son, they have the twelve days of Christmas to get to know the adults they’ve become—adults who just might be ready to fall in love for real.

Winter Wishes also contains novellas by Fern Michaels, Jules Bennett, and Leah Marie Brown.


Love Me Tender book

Fly Away With Me

Title 1 in the Blue Moon Harbor series

Only for her ailing mom would busy lawyer Eden Blaine travel to a dot-on-the-map Pacific Northwest island. She’s searching for her long-lost aunt, who once had ties to a commune on the island. Having broken up with her longtime boyfriend, romance is the last thing Eden is looking for—but her gorgeous seaplane pilot has her considering the merits of a carefree rebound fling. Thanks to Aaron Gabriel’s troubled childhood, he has no illusions about happily ever after. But he appreciate a pretty woman’s company, and Eden is the exact combination of smart and sexy that turns him on. Still, as he helps her search for her missing aunt, the casual relationship they both envisioned becomes something much more. Can two people determined to ignore romance recognize that their heated connection is the kind of love destined to last?

Read more..

Holiday in Your Heart

Holiday in Your Heart

Title 8 in the Caribou Crossing Romances series.

The one thing thrift shop owner Maribeth Scott has always known is that she wants, more than anything, to be a mom. She’s dated “men, men, men” since she was a teen but never found “the one.” And so, as her fortieth birthday approaches, she decides on artificial insemination. Of course that’s the exact time that fate sends her Mo Kincaid, a man she might actually fall in love with. The mechanic is a redeemed sinner and a good man, but there’s a big hitch: he totally screwed up parenthood the first time around and has resolved never to do it again. But Caribou Crossing is a magical place and Christmas is a magical time—and who knows, maybe miracles really can happen!


Ring of Fire

Ring of Fire

“Fox...proves again that she knows what women want in a contemporary romance.” (Publishers Weekly)

Title 7 in the Caribou Crossing Romances series

Fire chief Lark Cantrell firmly believes that she, her mom, and her ten-year-old son Jayden are the perfect family. Men, like her father and her ex-husband, can’t be relied on—at least not for more than an occasional hookup. Major Eric Weaver has a single mission in life: to overcome his leg amputation and his PTSD and return to active service. As an army brat, he’s convinced that a career soldier can’t successfully have a family life. But when fate brings Eric and Lark together not once but twice, the cynical fire chief and the scarred soldier may just have to accept the writing on the wall: a happily-ever-after for everyone concerned.



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