Dilemma, Boxes of Chocolate, Series #writestuff #caffeinateme

Good morning! *sips coffee* Ahhh. I needed that. Is it just me, or does morning come earlier and earlier? As you all know, yesterday was one of my favorite days of the year. Uh… Not New Year's Day. It was a 50% rebate day at All Romance eBooks. That's a day that comes around a few times a year and it's always a stock up the kindle day for me.

I hope you took advantage of the opportunity to save. Every $1 you spend at a rebate sale puts 50¢ in your pocket to spend another day. With that in mind, I had no problems filling my virtual shopping basket to the brim. (And yes, there's a secret little pleasure hum running a riff at the back of my brain reminding me that I can go back and buy more, MORE books!)

I just have one dilemma. Only one…
I've narrowed this down.
And I have four books to choose from.
But I just don't know which one to read first.

I have Chasing Death Metal Dreams by Kaje Harper, A Case of Christmas by Josh Lanyon, Fret by Sandrine Gasq-Dion, and Myth Adventures by Ally Blue.

What do you think? Where should I start? This is like opening a new box of chocolates and not being able to decide which sweet treat to devour first. I'm tormented. Plus, I kind of feel like if I read Myth Adventures, I should kind of start at the beginning of the series and read Love Like Ghosts again, right?

*refills coffee mug. Y'all have a great day. Enjoy your reading, writing, or whatever catches your fancy. I'm going to eeny-meeny-miny-mo a book to read and hopefully get back to work on the Parkerburg #3 novellas that Havan Fellows and I are working on.

Gratuitous and Blatant Promo: Just a reminder, you can find just about all my titles at All Romance through one of the following two links...

Lee Brazil   or   LB


  1. The only one of those I've read so far is Chasing Death Metal Dreams. I loved that story so much!

    1. I absolutely cannot resist a rock star romance story :)


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