Tri Destiny Publishing Announces
Net Worth, a Good Faith sequel
way to celebrate a birthday and exceptional hard work than with the best
announcement I could be making. *drumroll* After careful calculations, Good
Faith’s final totals for this year to date are 1327– which means….
right, you amazing readers, supportive fans, and everyone who spread the word
about Liz, Stewart Realty, Jack Gordon, Jack and Sara, and the rest of the
crazy Stewart Realty family in an effort to get us over the 1000-books-sold by
12/17 mark – you did it! You. Are. AWESOME! From the very bottom of our hearts,
we thank you. This is the best birthday present you could give Liz – the demand
from her fans for more of a “beloved series that never should’ve been.” Because
that’s exactly what this series was when it started and with each book, with
each reader, with each fan, it became so much more.
special thank-you to all of you who have been with us through it all. To you
who have waited just over a year to find out “what happens after.” To everyone
who read the last five words of Good Faith and screamed “NO! Liz, no” with
tears streaming down your face. For the fans who came into the Good Faith
support group and yelled at us or emailed us privately when you got to “that
certain spot.” For every single one of you, we are releasing an extra special
sneak peek today at the first chapter of “Net Worth” the Good Faith sequel.”
And with that we say HAPPY BIRTHDAY and CONGRATULATIONS
to Liz Crowe for this mighty fine accomplishment!
Don’t forget to head over to Tri Destiny to read the FIRST CHAPTER OF NET WORTH….but before you do that, check out the amazing new covers the first three books in the series have been given below, and enter the giveaway!
And don’t forget to check out Liz’s blog for her annual birthday post – http://bit.ly/1BT4NoJ
Sara Thornton, a rookie in the real estate game, has fast-tracked herself to the top of the Ann Arbor market. Her life reflects a disciplined and focused routine, exactly the way she wants it. However, as her career takes off, the fulfillment she seeks remains inexplicably out of reach. The one thing she knows for sure, she will not join the Jack Gordon groupies in her company, no matter how tempting that might seem.
A chance encounter, then a difficult transaction, throw Jack and Sara together and the sparks fly high and hot and often. Forced to confront the compulsions that gain momentum with each sizzling encounter, their relationship seems to spiral out of control until Jack finally admits what he needs, and shows Sara what she’s been missing.
Love conquers all? Not likely, according to Sara Thornton. She’s spent eight years coming to terms with the new parameters of her life while resigning herself to the idea that “happily ever afters” are best left to fairytales. Sales manager for her successful real estate office and juggling an added element of responsibility she never thought she’d face, Sara continues to struggle with the men in her life. Love, for her, has only meant hurt, broken trust and anger; all of which she’s completely banished from her life, so she claims.
Jack Gordon has come a long way since his early days of obsession with Sara. As the general manager of Stewart Realty, his own level of responsibility for the well-being of others has ramped up. He’s even honed his caretaking skills, now that he has someone who loves him unconditionally.
Continuing to invest effort and rebuild their relationship, he and Sara grow close as friends. Despite this, his ultimate question remains unanswered; the one he keeps asking, no matter how many times she says no. Sara isn’t prepared for the keen focus of his need–to have her back, once and for all. Her stubborn resistance nearly rips both lives apart
The epic conclusion to The Realtors series, Closing Costs brings Jack and Sara truly full circle. Proving that the heat of lust and obsession; the need for control and to be mastered in many areas of life can lead to love —surprising you when you least expect it – if you will only allow it.
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