New Release, MO’S HEART – Like Jessie’s Girl! With giveaway!

MO’S HEART, the 5th Miracle Interrupted book, was released last Thursday. This is one of my favorite books that I’ve written. Because I love this book so much, I have it on sale for 99¢ through Thursday. On Friday, 4/26, it will be raised to $3.99.

I think what makes this book special is that Mo loves Rosa, the heroine, so deeply…but he can’t have her. If any of you are fans of the movie Love Actually, there’s a plotline in it with a man who’s in love with his best friend’s new bride. And it’s so poignant to watch it. His scenes tugged on my heart.

Luckily for Mo, he’s not best friends with Rosa’s almost ex-husband. Unluckily, he has the Mafia after him. Plus a few other problems.

But as a writer, it was lovely to write this story with such a deep love. As I write, I feel what my characters feel. Deep love is a pretty good way to spend my writing time. It’s even a good way when the love is unrequited, like Rick Springfield’s. Or the story in the movie Love Actually. (I’m not saying that Mo’s love is unrequited…just that it isn’t easy.)

Oddly, it’s thrilling to be scared, too – to experience the pounding heart and the adrenaline rush – yet you know you’re really not in danger. And it’s also fun to laugh. I love movies and books that make me laugh. And if they make me cry and laugh, that’s even better. It’s a book or movie that made me experience a spectrum of emotions.

Judging by your choice of books or movies, what are your favorite emotions to experience? One commenter will win a digital copy of MO’S HEART. I’ll announce the winner here on Friday, the last day of the special.

Here’s the blurb for MO’S HEART:

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The Mafia comes to Miracle, Wisconsin…

Mo Vincent, the owner of Mo’s Place, is in agony because his soon-to-be divorced sous-chef is dating – but not him. He has his reasons for not asking her out. He did the right thing back in New Jersey, and it cost him his son, his wife, his restaurant. Now he’s found a home in Miracle. The village has accepted him, and his new restaurant is doing well. He should be content with what he has…but his heart wants more.

Chef Rosa Fabrini’s divorce is one signature away when her cheating husband returns home and expects her to forgive him. Her lawyer is AWOL, and her youngest son is demanding she take his father back. Desperate to escape the turmoil, she asks Mo to let her move into the empty apartment above the restaurant…right next to his place.

Mo can’t say no. His mind knows she’s forbidden fruit, but his heart dares to hope. Until his past shows up, and he finds out sometimes it takes a village…

Available for 99¢ at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo, Smashwords, All Romance eBooks.

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18 Responses to New Release, MO’S HEART – Like Jessie’s Girl! With giveaway!

  1. Jennifer Essad says:

    thanks for keeping us in the loop-love a great sale!

  2. Amy says:

    Congrats on the release, Edie! It was a great book! It does pull at my heart when two people want to be together but things seem to get in the way. It also pulls at my heart when one person wants someone who wants someone else. 🙁 Not everyone gets a happy ending. Keep up the great work on your Miracle series!

    • Edie Ramer says:

      Amy, I can read a book without a happy ending, but it usually has to have a hopeful ending. But there are always exceptions with a great storyteller and a great story.

      Thanks so much for your great review!

  3. Kristine Radgman says:

    Edie congrats on the new release. I love movies that make me laugh alot. The books I enjoy to read depends on my mood but if an author makes me cry while reading their book it means their characters’ story is an amazing one in a novel, but I like a happy ending for the characters. 😉

  4. Misty Evans says:

    Congrats on the new release, Edie! Here’s to many sales! I enjoy all the books in this series and hope to read this one soon.

  5. Edie,

    Don’t enter me as I’m reading the book right now.

    Sometimes I want to be frightened or scared. But lately, I’ll preferring to feel some humor, joy, and rooting for deep love to win out.
    Casey Clifford`s last blog was …Weeping Weather and Time Outs

  6. Dale Mayer says:

    Hi Edie,

    Love this cover! Mo’s Heart really is written from your heart – and I hope it does superb for you.

    We all need a good love story!
    Dale Mayer`s last blog was …New Release! – UNBOUND

  7. Liz Kreger says:

    Congratulations on your new release, Edie. I’ve been reading Mo’s Heart (when I have a minute here and there … sigh), and lovin’ it so far. Sorry I didn’t get to it when you needed the feedback. Little late for that now. Still, it’s a great story so far.

    I always liked that’s story within “Love Actually”. There was always something so futile about that one. Glad your story is going to have a happier ending.

    As far as emotions I like to experience, I love that zing of suspense you get when you know something is going to happen, but just don’t know what. Plus, a few good tears are never amiss. 😉

    • Edie Ramer says:

      Liz, I have to add here that it helps when I love an author’s ‘voice,’ and that’s one thing I love about your books. 🙂 And I’m glad you’re lovin’ Mo’s book!

  8. Edie, it’s after midnight, but I wasn’t online much today…I hope it’s not to late to say YAYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congrats, again, on the release of Mo’s Heart! I know I’m going to LOVE it!! 🙂
    Marilyn Brant`s last blog was …Release Day for MO’S HEART by Edie Ramer

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