Healing the Wounds release day!

Henry wanted to give you all a little incentive to read today. πŸ˜‰

Henry - Healing the Wounds

If you don’t have your copy yet, here’s where to find one:

I know we all love the trio naked, but some shiny review clothes wouldn’t go amiss, right?

Shelly at Red Hot Books gave Healing the Wounds an A+ today! She says this one is hands-down her favorite book in the Neighborly Affection series. Do you agree?

M.Q. Barber

M.Q. Barber is the USA Today bestselling author of the Neighborly Affection contemporary romance series. She's also an inveterate, unrepentant scribbler of ideas on whatever's handy.

6 Comments:

  1. I finished reading Healing the Wounds the day I started it, which was yesterday. Couldn’t put it down. But is it the best? Hmm… Hard to say. I think it may be a THREE WAY TIE! Hee hee πŸ™‚

    • LOL. I see what you did there. πŸ˜‰

      I can’t believe how quickly you zipped through that one! Super-glad it held your attention, Stacy.

  2. Just finished the new one and loved it. The way MQ writes their relationship I can visually see them, I can look around and see Henry smile at me and wish he would give me a “job” to do ;). I can’t wait for the next one to come out, I kept getting a feeling that Cal was going to run into Alice at her job and cause trouble, but didn’t happen at least not in this book, or I just was thinking more into it. There is so much that they talked about doing, but didn’t do that I am sure will be in the next books. I will be some what patiently waiting for the next books, keep up the good job.

    • Thanks, Marilyn! You’re right, the trio wasn’t quite emotionally ready to pull on some of the threads that start in Healing the Wounds. They’ll get there. πŸ™‚

  3. MQ please keep the joy coming with Henry, Jay, and Alice!!!! Loved “Healing Wounds!” Have you considered audiobooks on Audible.com? I would love to listen to the lovely trio on my way to work!!!

    • Thanks, Sheila! I’m writing, I promise. πŸ™‚

      Audiobook rights are in my contract, so it’s the publisher’s decision whether to license them. If you want to send Kensington/Lyrical an email and suggest it, I won’t complain, LOL.

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