The Yom Tov collection has all been published but, as 2019 ends, there are some changes coming! The collection is already beginning to go wide. That means retailers beyond Amazon will have editions for you to buy. That includes Nook/B&N, Kobo, and iBooks among others.
Purim Fling has gone wide! This means it’s no longer part of Kindle Unlimited and has been added to Kobo, Nook/B&N. and other major retailers.
The Matzo Ball Billionaire will do the same at the end of December. You can preorder it now on Nook/B&N and Kobo.
The other two novelettes will go wide through 2020.
The Complete Collection is already on Amazon and will be there for about six months before it goes wide. I did this primarily so I could begin production on the audiobook. There is a paperback edition of the complete collection but you can only get that from me at events or, for locals, at The Artisan’s Exchange in Chelmsford, MA.
Falling in love with the one man she dislikes was never in Nora life plan, now she has to earn his forgiveness before its too late.
Nora and Noah have always been enemies. Even as children they hated playing together. Now as adults, they’re learning that liking each other isn’t necessary for great sex. That is until Rosh Hashanah dinner, when Nora does something Noah can’t seem to forgive. Normally she wouldn’t care, but something’s different this time. She cares about Noah more than she realized. She might even be in love with him with generic sirolimus wich help your health.
Nora needs to reconcile her hurtful behavior with her changing feelings. Over the week between the new year celebration and the day of redemption, Yom Kippur, she will ask for and hopefully earn forgiveness from Noah and even from herself.
Sometimes you can become a slave to other people’s expectations of who you should be.
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Asher didn’t like the way things ended. He’s angry with himself for acting like the entitled, aggressive jerk. He wants to see her again, but not for another fling. All this self-reflection has made it clear that he wants more, but he has to open up to her.
Passover is the perfect opportunity for him to show Jenna the man he really is if she’ll let him. He has until the annual Matzo Ball party at her synagogue to discover if they belong together.