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Monday, August 15, 2016
Books We Love's Tantalizing Talent ~ Author Betty Jo Schuler
BETTY JO. Hmm . . . what can I tell you? I do what I love and love what I do,
and for me, that would be? Write, of course.
I started out by self-publishing a diet book and became a very busy and
happy freelance writer for magazines. There were many exciting moments, a Star photographer coming to photograph
me and the food from one of the diets I wrote for them, TV interviews. I loved
it but meanwhile I’d married and earned my degrees to become an elementary
teacher. So, it was natural for me to write for children’s magazines and my
first published book was Ice Cream for
Breakfast. That’s when I started
writing YA books and my favorite genre yet, contemporary romance. And that’s
when I took early retirement from teaching to pursue a career. And we moved
from Indiana to sunny Florida.I’m happy to have found a “home” at Books We Love
and its’ wonderful publishers and authors. I invite you to visit me there. http://bookswelove.net/authors/schuler-betty-jo/
Romance Novels: Male Wanted, Love in a
Small Town, Finding Freedom, Impossible Dreams, Betty Jo Schuler Special
Adult and Tweens: Heart Strings; No
Rain, No Rainbows; Mystic Mansion, Dare to Dream, How Not to Date a Hollywood Star, Take My Family, Please.
Taylor Gayle advertises in The Town Crier for a male to date, but Max Stuart
misprints her ad to indicate she’s looking for a “sadomasochistic male to mate”
and includes her address. To atone for his mistakes, Max becomes her live-in
protector. Now, who’s going to protect this high school librarian from the
unbelievably sexy newspaper editor? And who’s going to save Max from this
feisty Plain Jane’s charms?
Lacy Gingham’s family members are middle class eccentrics and Eric
Vanderhorst’s are staid upper crust. Read “crazy” opposite “snooty” and add
that Lacy and Ric get together under false pretenses, and get set for a bumpy
ride to love when the truth comes out.