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Nice to Come Home To
By Liz Flaherty
Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 384 Pages
August 1st 2018 by Harlequin Heartwarming

Will an apple a day…

Keep love at bay?

For Cass Gentry, coming home to Lake Miniagua, teenage half sister in tow, is bittersweet. But her half of the orchard she inherited awaits, and so does a fresh face—Luke Rossiter, her new business partner. Even though they butt heads in business, they share one key piece of common ground: refusing to ever fall in love again. But as their lives get bigger, that stance doesn’t feel like enough…

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About the Author

Liz Flaherty was a little nervous about retiring from her day job, but making quilts, more family time, traveling at the mere mention of “why don’t we go…” and becoming a Harlequin Heartwarming author have made the past years more fun and exciting than she could ever have imagined.

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Breast Cancer

Thank you so much for having me to visit!

Breast cancer has affected my life. I lost my mother to it, my friends Dottie and Inge, and others. I have friends who are fighting it now. When you read Nice to Come Home To, you won’t see their names in the dedication—that happened years ago when I wrote One More Summer—but the disease still attacks. All too often, it still wins.

But Cass Gentry, the heroine of Nice to Come Home To, is one of the survivors. At first, when I was arguing with my characters and myself about the development of the story and the people, I thought it was wrong that she would have had the illness at all. It wasn’t necessary, I insisted. Good heavens, hadn’t she had enough to deal with? What good would it do the story to add a disease that scares and angers and leaves destruction in its wake?

Well, you know, I don’t know if it added to the story or not. But it’s there. Cass is a breast cancer survivor. Like your friends and mine. It’s made her strong. It’s affected every single person who loves her. It doesn’t, after all, just happen to people who have the time or the money or the good health insurance to dedicate to it. It doesn’t draw social or economic lines. Why wouldn’t it have happened to a 30-something mystery writer who already had enough on her plate?

And that’s the way it is. I finally realized it needed to be there for that reason. It affects all of us, we worry and pray for those we love, but when we look at them—and right now I’m thinking of my friend Linda in her pretty blue cap—it’s not cancer we see. It doesn’t define them, but it is part of who they are.

I hope you enjoy Nice to Come Home To. Thank you for stopping by.

 

Tour Schedule

August 6th:
Launch
Nicole’s Book Musings
Declarations of a Fangirl
Reading is my SuperPower
Hearts and Scribbles
August 7th:
Andi’s Book Reviews
Remembrancy
Among the Reads
Inside the Mind of an Avid Reader
August 8th:
E-Romance News
Splashes of Joy
Book Lover in Florida
Britt Reads Fiction
Handcrafted Reviews
August 9th:
Book by Book
Becky on Books
Thoughts of a Blond
My Life, Loves and Passion
August 10th:
My Devotional Thoughts
It’s All About the Romance
Rockin’ Book Reviews
underneath the covers
August 11th:
Grand Finale

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