I did a book thing. Actually several.

Hi Friends! Big news! But first, some story background.

Lots of expansion happened at the SaFleur household over the last 18 months. (Thanks, pandemic.). My waistline. Our wine consumption. Callum’s girth (such a chonk). And guess what else expanded? My writing!

You expect lots of smexy times from my writing cave. That’s not going to change. But I wrote several new books that are, um, different. I wrote… sexy romantic comedies! 

I gotta tell you, I ducking love these books! And their covers.

But my first thought writing this news was ya’ll are going to hate me for exploring a new genre and following my fickle muse. (Don’t leave me, K?) But maybe you might enjoy more laughs right now? I know these last few months I needed to giggle and swoon.

Does that mean I won’t be writing any more Elite Doms or Shakedown books? Not. at. all. In fact, if you subscribe to my email newsletter, News From Elizabeth, you’re reading a serial starring Alexander, Rebecca and Eric from Invincible!

As for the romcoms, expect lots of chemistry amongst these pages. No bedroom door stays closed for long around me. Why miss the good stuff?

So, without further ado, here’s what you’re in for…

It Was All the Pie’s Fault 
Releases February 22 (At the rate this year is flying by February is, like, tomorrow.)
Little Miss Sunshine Chloe believes in two things: Russell is her soulmate and her pies are magic. One bite of her cherry pie and he’ll declare her “the one.”

Jaded attorney Nick doesn’t believe in magic OR Russell’s intentions with Chloe. Pies making wishes come true? Pffft.

But she’s perfect for himas a fake girlfriend to appease his family-friendly boss. She’s in love with someone else, after all. And, this girl needs help when it comes to men. A lot of it. He’ll help her lure Russell into dreaded wedded bliss so long as she poses as his date.

Except Chloe’s wishes begin to go haywirestarting with granting Nick’s and turning all those fake kisses into smoking hot moments of passion.

You’ll like this story if you enjoy fake relationships, opposites attract, and fated mates/match. Expect to laugh—a lot.

 
It Was All the Cat’s Fault 
Releases April 5
Pre-order: Amazon, Apple Books, Kobo, Barnes & Noble
 
Eve can juggle work, school and a fixer-upper house just fine with a little help from YouTube. Well, she could, if her beloved cat, Thor, would stop getting into trouble—like getting stuck behind the walls. Thankfully, plumbers make house calls at ridiculous-o’clock in the morning.

Enter Brent who not only has all the power tools she needs, he looks like the God Thor. A mountain of muscle with movie-star hair, shining green eyes, and a perfectly scruffed, chiseled jaw. Just great. She doesn’t have time for all the lusty neediness rising where it should not be rising.

Eve reminds herself and her weakening knees that she’s a strong, independent woman determined to make it without anyone’s help. But as more renovation and cat-astrophes pile on, she finds her fingers doing the walking to call Brent to her rescue.

And she has to decide if keeping him at arm’s length fits her life plan, or if it’s the biggest miscalculation she’s ever made.

You’ll love this story if you’re into opposites attract and smoking hot mayhem and madnessmuch of which is caused by one Maine Coon cat.

 
It Was All the Daisy’s Fault
Releases May 17 
 
Writing is Scarlett’s destiny, her purpose in life. If she could only finish her novel. She keeps getting interrupted by all the people in need—and animals and trees and flowers.

Like Cole. He splats face-first before her feet like it was fate. Kismet. A sign. He was just the inspiration she needed for her book. Tall, dark hair, glittering eyes. A surgeon sporting a super hot, disapproving stern face. Surely, a smile lived inside him somewhere.

But Cole has no plans to get involved with anyone. Certainly not a sassy, hippie who thinks flowers have feelings. Still, somehow he keeps tripping into her, even when he tries his hardest to stay away.

That incredible urge to back her up against a wall and do things to her? That chemistry couldn’t be real. It just couldn’t be.

You’ll love this story if you like opposites attract, can’t-help-yourself smexy moments, and grumpy hero meets Little Miss Saucy.