Thank goodness it’s finally March!  I don’t know about you, but February was a month that I’ll be more than happy not to repeat – with the exception of ONE thing…

Thanks to all of you who gave Playing Cupid and Love Games a chance! In all honesty, Valentine’s Day isn’t my most favorite holiday. Despite this, I’ve had a blast writing these stories where two couples make the decision to come together around this time of year. Last month, more readers around the world downloaded these two books more than ever before. Thanks so much!

Now that March is here, this is the month where we start focusing on the prospect of spring. Living in Southern California, I know that I don’t have too much to complain about when it comes to the weather. Still, we have our share of not-so-sunny days, and nothing’s more beautiful than watching all of the new growth make its grand entrance among the grass, plants, and trees. Our innate desire for change and growth seems to seek satisfaction in nature. Hopefully, this month will deliver for all of us!

In the meantime, let’s talk about Luck of the Irish. Personally, this is my favorite book in the Holiday Heartbeats series so far (although I’m quickly falling in love with my latest Christmas story!). We first met Nhu in Love Games, and something about her made me want to get to know her more. Apparently, I wasn’t the only one, because Eoghan is more than happy to learn as much about Nhu as she is willing to share.

Of course, there’s one caveat. That would be Jack – Nhu’s ex, who also happens to be Eoghan’s cousin. Go figure.

Luck of the Irish is available now wherever your favorite ebooks are sold.


All the best for an AMAZING month of March, and PSA: wash your hands for 20 seconds every time!!

Sending Love & Light,

©Atina Atwood 2020 Exploring Love and Life, One Word At A Time.™

– Atina Atwood is the author of the Holiday Heartbeats series and a southern girl who moved from Europe to the West Coast. A former university professor in Germany and California, Atina stepped away from Academia to focus on her miracle child, life, love, food, quilting, and of course, writing. Follow her on Twitter and Pinterest for more, and sign up for Atina’s newsletter here.

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