Nan Reinhardt, Author

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The Happiness Pact

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Break out the champagne or the chocolate or both, mes amies, I’m celebrating! My BFF, author Liz Flaherty, has released a brand new Harlequin Heartwarming romance today! The Happiness Pact is now available at book retailers everywhere, including Amazon and Barnes and Noble. I’m so excited about this story and not just because I got to read it pretty much before anyone else did, but also because it takes us back to Lake Miniaqua and the group of friends we met in last year’s Every Time We Say Goodbye. I love Liz’s writing beyond words and I always hate it when I finish one of her books because I want to stay in her world, so I’m delighted we’re back in Lake Miniaqua, Indiana.

The fine line between BFF and happily-ever-after…

Tucker Llewellyn and Libby Worth—strictly platonic!—realize they’re each at a crossroads. Tucker is successful, but he wants a wife and kids: the whole package. Libby knows that small-town life has her set in her ways; the tearoom owner needs to get out more.

So they form a pact: Libby will play matchmaker and Tucker will lead her on the adventure she desperately needs. But the electricity Libby feels when they shake on it should be a warning sign. Soon the matchmaking mishaps pile up, and a personal crisis tests Libby’s limits. Will Tucker be there for her as a best friend…or something more?

And here’s a shot of the book in progress! This was last summer when we were in Michigan and Liz was working on it. Don’t miss this one–hurry over to your favorite book retailer and grab THE HAPPINESS PACT and settle in for another gorgeous and touching read by the amazing Liz Flaherty.

 

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2 Comments to

“The Happiness Pact”

  1. Avatar December 1st, 2017 at 7:50 am Liz Flaherty Says:

    Thanks, Nan!


  2. Avatar December 3rd, 2017 at 12:30 pm Nan Says:

    My pleasure!


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