I have some good news and some bad news.
The good news is And I Love You The Most truly is everything I wanted it to be. It’s the cherry on top of the This Love Hurts trilogy as well as fitting into its rightful place in the Merciless world.
There are five scenes I’ve had in my mind for 2 years, for these books and three of those scenes happen in And I Love You the Most. It’s a twisty, dark, suspenseful, SEXY ride that will have your jaw dropping and your heart pounding. I am in love with it … but, I’m still writing.
That’s the bad news.
I had to push the release back. A second time, to February 9th. I know I have already moved this book once. Cody’s birth and the end of my pregnancy was far more energy-consuming than I’d thought it would be. But these last few weeks were incredibly trying for me.
Marcus’s story has been with me for years now and rushing it to reach a date simply is not going to happen. I can’t do that to Marcus, Delilah or Cody. Or to myself and this vision. I would never deliver a book to you that isn’t the book I want to read myself. So, I’ve had to push it back.
I will also note that This Love Hurts had issues with it’s release as well (which was scheduled during the start of the pandemic). This entire trilogy, and Marcus has been a bumpy ride nearly every step of the way for the past year as we have all dealt with everything that has occurred. This trilogy is my problem child. Never have I experienced this with a story. I suppose it’s fitting then, that it’s Marcus’ tale. That’s the silver lining I can give it. That and the fact that the story really is everything that I’ve wanted it to be.
Thank you for your patience through all of this. I know it’s been a trying year but it means the world to me to be able to write for you, even if it is at a different pace than I’d planned originally.