Introducing The Touch of a Woman

Say, do you know any women who came out late in life? Yeah, me too. I know it’s kind of early to start talking up my next book — it won’t be out until November. But since it’s showing up at online retailers, I’ll give you the lowdown. It’s typeset, proofed and ready to print. I love this cover!

The Touch of a Woman
ToW_cover
A workplace rampage leaves Ellis Rowanbury grieving her husband of twenty-six years and feeling more adrift than she ever thought possible. Her finances in shambles, she gratefully accepts a junior-level job at a magazine in Sacramento and wills herself to move on.

Summer Winslow has pieces of her own to pick up, pieces that were scattered when her partner began drinking again. Fighting pressure from all directions to patch things up, she finds a welcome break from the drama in Ellis, her mysterious new neighbor. Happy to have a friend on her side, Summer is caught off-guard when her feelings for Ellis take a romantic turn.

With the tragedy fading behind her, Ellis too entertains the possibility of romance. A handsome coworker is eager to fill the void in her heart, and it’s clear he can give her a life much like the one she lost. Only now she’s paralyzed by a stunning discovery—she’s fallen for a woman.

15 Responses to “Introducing The Touch of a Woman”

  1. I’ve just read this and really enjoyed it. I fell in love with the characters and wondered whether they would feature in any further stories?

  2. The cover does look good. Simple but right on point of touching. Can’t wait till November. Just have reread your other goodies.

  3. hmmm, late in life switching teams, I might find it rather appealing 😉

    Lainie

  4. It sound really good – looking forward to reading it

  5. Looking forward to reading it.

  6. Ooo that looks good!

  7. Thanks thanks thanks to all! You make me look forward to November too!

  8. Sounds really great. Makes me want to read it.

  9. Oh goody another KG story, this one looks like something I will enjoy, can’t wait.

  10. Look forward to reading this.

  11. Being a late bloomer myself I will certainly be taking a look at this book!

  12. Sylvie Saint-Laurent Reply August 18, 2015 at 6:55 am

    Looks good, as usual. Early Christmas gift for me.

  13. November can’t come soon enough!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: