Music Monday – Firework

This isn’t the Super Bowl halftime performance and that’s not what inspired this post. The inspiration comes from being tired. Tired of the status quo. Tired of being unsure and uncertain. Tired of not taking chances. Tired of…not knowing how to change things. I’m sure we all feel it sometimes.

So, Katy Perry shooting fireworks from her chest (and a nice chest it is too) and singing into the night about letting colors shine… That’s what I’m working toward this year.

~lissa

Music Monday – Lips Are Movin’

I have no idea why I like Meghan Trainor’s songs so much. She’s not my typical go to listen, but the words are on the tip of my tongue for days after I hear whatever song it is. Maybe it’s because they’re funky and fun and truthful in a way that makes it okay to say whatever is on your mind. (more…)

Music Monday – Mama’s Broken Heart

Now, the message in this about saving face, not acting crazy, just smiling, keepin’ it together… Yeah, I wasn’t raised that way. There’s been a lot of stuff going on the last few weeks in the publishing world and for the most part, I’ve kept my mouth shut save for a few cryptic comments here and there and agreeing with others who’ve taken a stand… I’ll be posting about that later this week, but for now, it’s Music Monday…

This song was also the inspiration for my book, Keep It Together…

LM_KeepItTogether_coverlgJilted bride? Check. Hangover? Check. Shotgun? Double check. Wayward groom’s half-brother Colt on her porch the next morning, hat in hand, with concern in his sexy blue eyes, and apologies on his full kissable lips? Uh… Check?

That was six months ago. Now, with a job she loves, her heart mended and her pride put back together, the last thing Chrissie expects is that same half-brother standing behind her saying he’s got an answer for her. Problem is, she can’t seem to remember what she’d said on that long ago day that would warrant a visit from him.

Colt does. And as the CEO of a cookie company, it’s his job to pay attention to the details.

“Maybe I should have married you instead.” She’d been right. He was the brother she should have married and all he has to do is convince her of it with a blend of persistence and seduction. But their first kiss is hotter than the southern Georgia summer and catches him off guard. She’s primed and ready to burn up the sheets and he’s not inclined to say no. Will she believe that he won’t ever leave her? Maybe. If he brings her cookies…

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