Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

Welcome Spring-Maybe

by Susan Carlisle

 

I have a love/ hate relationship with Spring.

I love the warmth and beauty of it. Spring has had a difficult time showing up this year, make that warming up. My part of the country isn’t as bad as others. They are still having snow. Mine has turned out to be cool but the beauty is impressive. It is more stunning than it has been in years.

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I planted eighty of these azaleas thirty years ago. I know the amount because my aunt owned a nursery and she gave them to my husband and me for birthdays and Christmas presents. I don’t have as many left as I should because of a drought. Can you imagine what it would look like in my yard if I did?

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Spring also brings work. The yard has to be fertilized, weeds need killing, and new plants put in the flower bed. Still it nice to see life coming back to the trees and to have sun on my face.

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To add to the good feelings of Spring my newest book The Brooding Surgeon’s Baby Bombshell showed up on my doorstep. It will be out in July. More about the background of it when the weather around here is hot and I’m wishing for this cool Spring weather again.

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Just a note: I’m going to be in Paris for Festival du Roman Feminin May 5-6 and Berlin for the LoveLetters Convention on May 12-13. If you are in the area, please stop by and say hi. I would love to meet you.

300 Bombshell

One night, unexpected consequences…!

But can they be a family?

After sparks fly with Dr. Gabriel Marks at a conference, nurse Zoe Avery’s left with a permanent reminder of their night together. Knowing Gabe doesn’t want kids, Zoe decides she’ll have the baby alone. Then Gabe moves to the same city just as pregnant Zoe needs a temporary home. Gabe comes to her rescue, but can they overcome their hurdles and become a family?

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8 thoughts on “Welcome Spring-Maybe”

  1. Here in Florida my azaleas have bloomed and died 3 or 4 times already due to the fickle weather. I just added new soil and fed them, so hoping I will get more blossoms. My Magnolia tree is going crazy, though! Love their lemony scent!

    1. It has been a crazy Spring this year. I love a Magnolia tree. I planted one just to have greenery at Christmas time but I enjoy it year around.

  2. Your flowers are beautiful, Susan! Only the daffodils are blooming here, and getting covered with snow! Spring has definitely been slow to arrive this year.

    Sounds like you have wonderful travels coming up – enjoy!

  3. Such lovely photos Susan we should be in autumn now but it is very late coming to Sydney Fiona is in Victoria hopefully we won’t be long before it cools down here for us.

    Yes say Hi to Annie I wish I could be there and the cover of your new book looks fabulous

    Have Fun

    Helen

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