Writing romance and not actually being in love is tough. Especially when someone calls you out on it. In hindsight, I shouldn't have dwelled on it, but Lovers Magazine is the it magazine for romance writers. They’ll make or break a career with one review, and me? Well, I wasn’t going down without a fight. I’ll do anything to ensure I stay at the top. Not to mention author of the year is up for grabs.
I want that title, and as I said, I’ll do anything to get it.
Including spend the next two weeks traveling and working with a woman who despises me, date a handful of strangers who are selected simply by replying to a survey, and let said woman who doesn’t care for me post the status of those dates online for the entire world to see on my social media accounts.
Did I really believe I’d find love over the two-week span of my book tour?
Did I learn that I can write dozens of romance novels and still know nothing about love?
Turns out, love isn’t always fair, not even after you’ve found the right one.