Series: Flovers & Lovers #1
Cover Design: Corina Alvarez-Loeblich
Release Date: October 9, 2018
Instead, she’s nursing a broken heart after her dream marriage ends in mere
weeks. To make ends meet, she’s left dealing with the wandering hands of her
overbearing boss. Enter Harper Caldwell, a rich, married socialite with a
philandering husband. When Harper and Denae commiserate over shots of Fireball
Whisky, the two women realize that Denae’s handsy boss and Harper’s two-timing husband are one and the same.
lives. For a while, they enjoy their glamorous, live-for-the-moment lifestyle. But then Denae falls—literally—for a sexy
private investigator/bartender, with every potential meeting ending in
slapstick disaster. Harper finds herself drawn to a successful businessman who
would be her perfect match—if only he wasn’t already married.
Now, Denae and Harper face a challenge that tests the strength of their
friendship. Will it still be sistahs before mistahs? Or will love cost them the
most important friendship of their lives?
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collaboration between published authors Heather Guimond and Daryn Rayne. They are two crazy, overly-caffeinated,
under-intoxicated flovers who enjoy fine vodka, wine, and are hell-bent on
is abnormally proud. When she’s not trying to write something that will make
people laugh while simultaneously ripping their hearts out, she’s either
reading or doing her best to crack the whip on her three home-schooled
children. She loves all things witty and wise-cracking, as well most varieties
of smart-assery (just ask her very own smart-ass, her husband). Other favorites
include French roast coffee in copious amounts and the dirtiest Dirty Martinis
she can find. More than anything, she hopes that she writes books that stick
with the reader long after the pages have been read.
dreams of fame and fortune on the catwalk were suddenly dashed when she fell
flat on her face during a big show.
Ashamed and hobbled, she released all her frustrations into a collection
of poetry called “Songs from My Poor, Broken Ass.” Ever since, there has been no stopping her in
the literary world.