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Welcome, Author Michele Arris

Today, I’m so excited to introduce you to award-winning author and fellow Tule girl, Michele Arris. Michele has always had a fondness for romance and happy endings.

“I love to write stories where my characters are guaranteed their happily ever after.”

When Michele isn’t seated in front of her computer, shaping bad-ass alpha heroes who meet their match in strong-willed heroines, she enjoys reading, watching period classics, actually looks forward to working out, and loves spending time with family and friends–simply enjoying life.

Michele’s novel, Catch Me, releases today from Tule Publishing, and I can’t wait to read it! Here’s the back cover blurb to entice you:

It was supposed to be a straightforward business agreement…

Businessman and COO Dominic Balaska almost has it all, except $20 million to get in on a lucrative real estate deal. His trust fund document requires him to be married by his 31st birthday. In six months. With no romantic prospects in sight, he looks toward Tabitha Seils. She’s made it clear she doesn’t like him, which is exactly the no-strings deal he’s looking for.

Custom pastry chef Tabitha Seils wants nothing more in life than a baby. So when a new mother considers Tabitha to adopt her infant, Tabitha nearly bursts with happiness. She makes the first of three payments but needs to find a way to pay the rest. Marrying Dominic is a win-win: they can access his trust, divvy up the money, and get an annulment.

Neither expected their marriage of convenience would bring about real feelings. Nor the twist in store for their arrangement that could cost them everything.

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Zip over to your favorite retailer and grab Michele’s book, Catch Me, and in the meantime, stay well, stay safe, and stay grateful.




  • Julie Sturgeon

    OK, I may be biased here because I am Michele’s editor. But this book isn’t the usual fake marriage story. Michele brings fresh emotions to this trope!

    • Nan

      Julie, Michele said “Julie, you’re a joy to work with. How fortunate I am to get to work with you!” in reply to your comment. Unfortunately spammers hit us and I had to delete, so here you go! She is delighted t work with you! 😉