Love is in the air… #romance #love

Happy Valentine’s Day!

love is in the airlove is in the airToday is Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air – and what better way to celebrate than with Tom Jones’s version of Love is in the Air.

Is Valentine’s Day a special occasion for you and your sweetheart? If so, will you be doing on Valentine’s Day? If not, what will you be doing?

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Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, going out for a meal is a possibility. Although Friday nights after work usually means a trip to the supermarket. Not very romantic, but a necessary evil since we both love to eat. Not the most romantic way to spend an hour or so, but at least we spend the time together.

Will something send you flowers to your home or place of work?

Or are you the type of person who loves to devour romance novels? Do you like sweet romances? If so, check out my It Happened series. So far, there are only two books written, It Happened on Dufferin Terrace, and It Happened in GastownWhen complete, there will be six books in the series, all set in picturesque locations across Canada.

If time-travel romance set in Scotland tickles your fancy, I have those as well. A Shadow in the Past and Shadows From Her Past, set in Aberdeenshire where my father was born.

However you celebrate the day, I hope you enjoy it and Happy Valentine’s Day!

4 thoughts on “Love is in the air… #romance #love”

  1. What a fun post! I didn’t realize you were going to have 6 books in your It Happened in… series. How wonderful!

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

    Never Give Up

  2. Thanks, Joan! Yes, six books in the It Happened series. Altogether between the Scott and the Layne families (first introduced in It Happened on Dufferin Terrace – Roger & Serenity) there are five more siblings. The plan is one book for each. Serenity’s brother, Erik, was eluded to in the first book and now has his book – It Happened in Gastown. Book 3 in the series stars Roger’s sister, Melissa, and it takes place in the village of Percé and its famous rock offshore – Percé Rock.

    Happy Valentine’s Day to you, too!

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