Hey, all! I just wanted to stop by and share the preorder links for Challenged By You! It’s currently available for preorder on Amazon, iBooks, and Kobo (links posted below)! It will be available on Barnes and Noble on release day, September 1st! Find out what others are saying about it below. . .
“Steph Nuss has really sharpened the knife on this one. But it’s so worth all the tissues.” – Adrienne Frances, author of The Mathews Family series
“Steph Nuss delivers her most heartbreaking book so far in this series. I was left emotionally satisfied with love and compassion for Paige & Drake.” – Lauren, CherryRed’s Reads
“I got all the feels while reading this book. And I do mean ALL. THE. FEELS. This was hands down my favorite of the series so far.” – Crystal, Goodreads
To celebrate the upcoming release of book five in the Love in the City series, I’ve put the previous three books in the series on sale for 99 cents
for a limited time! So, if you haven’t had a chance to read these, now is the perfect time to grab them! If you’ve already read them all and are anxiously awaiting Challenged By You
, don’t forget to preorder and maybe consider gifting the other books to a friend, family member, fellow bookworm, and/or co-worker who hasn’t met the Love in the City gang yet! With school just around the corner, I know many readers are eager for their kids to go back to school so they can get back to their quiet reading time! Don’t forget to check out the giveaway I have posted on my Facebook page
for a chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card
by sharing the sale!
Wanted By You – FREE
Fantasized By You – 99 cents
I’m so excited for you all to read Paige’s story. Thank you again for being so patient with me. I’m so grateful for your endless support. Her story took time, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did while writing it. It is
emotional, but I think I’ve hinted enough in the previous four books for all my Love in the City fans to know that Paige’s story would be a heartbreaking one. So, I will warn you: have a hanky around, because a tissue may not suffice. (I actually had a handkerchief beside me the entire time I worked on it). But I promise, your heart will be full once you read, “The End.”