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READ OF THE WEEK! Mira Lyn Kelly's WAKING UP MARRIED

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Re: READ OF THE WEEK! Mira Lyn Kelly's WAKING UP MARRIED

ere's what author Mira Lyn Kelly has to say about participating in this exciting new venture:

 

I couldn’t be more excited about the launch of KISS and count myself lucky to be in the company of this amazing line-up of authors. The new contemporary imprint is an ideal fit for me as both a reader and writer, with every book offering a delicious dose of flirt and fun, while promising the kind of emotionally satisfying journey readers expect from Harlequin.

 

It was with that combination of playful and intense, sexy and emotional, and utterly modern in mind that I started writing Waking Up Married—a story based on a connection forged within a brief window of missing time. And how that connection was strong enough to change the course of two lives in a very happily-ever-after kind of way.

 

To have WAKING UP MARRIED available to readers as the free introduction to KISS is an incredible thrill. First, because it’s found it’s perfect home in this new line and second, because… I get to be a first KISS! And for a romance writer, that’s right up there with redeemed bad-boys, low slung jeans, and simmering tension. Talk about my very own happy ending.