Sampling the New Year

Happy New Year! We have a rule around our house, one we started when it took us three years to get our home decluttered enough to put it on the market. If something comes in, something else has to go out.

That’s one of the best things about the start of a new year, in my opinion, the idea of going through the portal–starting afresh, sloughing off the old to prepare for the new.

But sometimes the old thing is perfectly good. All it needs is a fresh coat of paint or a little oil. In that case, I’m not afraid of a little spit and polish.

But what if we could have the best of both worlds? How about something good with a bit of new shine PLUS added new goodies? PLUS all of it for only 71 cents?

It’s always sexy when he runs the company . . . but she commands his heart. These 10 couples know exactly what suits them and where to draw the line between business and pleasure. Find out who’s boss on these perfect lunchtime breaks!

My fun novella Edie and the CEO, about a hippie-raised workers’ rights manager squared off against a pinstripe-suited CEO (who get stranded together in a Rocky Mountain cabin) is part of the new box set He’s the Boss. Available for preorder now! $0.71 at, $0.99 everywhere else. Get yours today!

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6 Responses to Sampling the New Year

  1. Edie Ramer says:

    Mary, that’s a great bargain! Congrats on your new release. I loved Edie and the CEO. Readers are going to be very lucky. 🙂

    And I’m jealous on your one-in, one-out rule. We have a big job ahead of us cleaning out our house.

  2. Mary, this sounds like such a fun box set! I’m all for decluttering, myself. Just have to keep my husband under control as he is a hoarder 🙂
    Michelle Diener`s last blog was …Dark Deeds: Excerpt and Final Days of Giveaway

    • Mary Hughes says:

      Thanks, Michelle!

      Lol! The best cure for our hoarding was having to pack and move. Acquiring stuff, especially heavy stuff, quickly lost its charm 🙂

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