Trust Me On This: $1.99

Trust Me On This, the ebook version, goes on sale for $1.99 today.  If you’re interested to see what putting seven points of view into a short novel does (it makes it colder) this is your chance.  It was my last book with Bantam so I experimented and learned that unless I’m writing epics, three is probably a good number for PoVs, which is why The Devil in Nita Dodd  has four.  I never learn.

Fun Fact: Bantam insisted on putting a dog on the cover, so I insisted on doing a rewrite and putting a dog in the book since there wasn’t one before and I believe in Truth in Advertising.

6 thoughts on “Trust Me On This: $1.99

  1. This “colder” thing may explain why it was a dnf for me at first. I decided to re-read it this year while waiting to book in my car for service. And that was when the laugh-out-loud bits later on got me.

    I may’ve mentioned this here before.

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  2. I forgot to say that I’m so glad you insisted on adding the dog. The betrayal that would have ensued had there not been one would’ve made me really sad!

    3+

  3. I bought it at 1:00 Am because I had set a reminder to do it. I’ve read it and can’t wait to read it again.
    And because I’d just finished reading the Unfortunate Miss Fortunes. I am not sure how I missed that book in my obsessive must read all Jennifer Crusie period, but I did. I really loved it. You three intertwined in such a way that I couldn’t tell whose fingerprints were on the story. I would have picked your heroine as Dee, but I couldn’t be sure.
    Thank you and Krissy and Eileen for a wonderful read.

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  4. Oh, dear. I bought it. I started it, and now I can’t stop, and I absolutely have to get to sleep in an hour if not sooner. I know I’ve read it at least three times in paper and maybe more, and it’s as addictive as ever.

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