A Letter to My Readers
I’d just like to say thank you. There are so many great books out there, and knowing that you took the time to read mine is so heart warming. It’s such a scary thing for an author, putting their books out there for the general public. You never know if someone will really understand what you were going for, or like it. It’s easier to forget that there’s someone on the other side of those pages, long after I’ve closed them for the last time. But talking to someone who read my book, who enjoyed it, reminds me of the magic that I felt while creating it. And that’s something impossible to recreate in any other way.
To Have and To Harley wasn’t an easy book to write. My life has changed so much over the past few years that it’s almost unrecognizable from the way it was when I first started writing. Grabbing the time to put my keyboard to work is so much more difficult than it used to be. But these bikers climbed their way into my heart, and I couldn’t be happier that they did. Those late nights, frantic mornings, and stolen moments here and there definitely turned out to be worth it in the end.
If you read the book and loved it, thank you. If you liked it, thank you. If you thought it sucked, thank you too. Any way you felt about it, if my book made you feel, I’ve done my job as an author. That’s all I ever want to do. Make a reader feel, and think, and live along with my characters. The world is so crazy right now. News and anger and arguing everywhere we look. Any bit of escape we can grab, to remind us that in some spaces, even if just in our imagination, love is sure to win? Those times are precious, and if I was able to do that for you just a little bit, I’m over the moon about it.
For everyone that writes a review or tells a friend, thank you, thank you, thank you. There are so many books out there, and anything that helps someone find mine is the most I can ask from any reader. There are heroes in our books, but to an author, you guys are our heroes!
Again, from the bottom of my heart, thank you for reading. And remember—if we keep trying, love wins.
To Have and to Harley - Bikers & Brides, #1
You may now kiss the biker
Bethany Jernigan owes her bestie. Big time. So when wedding planning overburdens the bride-to-be, Bethany steps in to handle the nitty-gritty. But the guy in charge isn't anything like she imagined. He's gruff, tattooed, and 100% male. His staff is even rougher around the edges, and it's not long before she feels as if she's stepped into some kind of crazy alternate reality.
Are those...bikers? Arguing about wedding favors?
Trey Harding never wanted this to get so out of hand. One little lie somehow snowballed into a world of dresses and flowers and food and holy-hell-he's-in-over-his-head. But it's not like he can confess he's not the wedding planner he's pretending to be—especially now that he's falling for the maid of honor! His charade is becoming a farce, and as engines rev and ribbons fly, Trey's running out of time to figure out how to tell the truth without losing his new family, his crew...or the woman of his dreams.
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Regina Cole, lover of manly muscled arms, chest hair, and mini-marshmallows, has been reading romance since her early teens. While she loves a love story of any heat level, she's been drawn to the erotic side, and is loving every minute.
When she's not frantically pounding away at the keyboard, she can be found fishing with her family, playing with her dogs, trying out strange new recipes, or snuggling with her hubby.