Friday, November 21, 2014

Welcome to Sunday Cove

Imagine a charming little town on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where Clara Sims bakes the best pecan pie this side of Heaven and her husband Hoot over at the barbershop cuts hair his way, no matter what you say. Then picture Miss Emma at the post office, mixing up the mail and sharing the latest news, whether or not it's the truth.

Now imagine a magical scent that reminds you of citrus groves and sends you in search of orange blossoms. You race around the corner only to discover an empty park bench that leaves you with the feeling you've missed something remarkable.

That's how my new romantic contemporary series was born, fully populated with Sunday Cove's regulars and haunted by a charming little love legend that dates back to the Civil War. There will be eight books in the series, each one a stand-alone that can be read out of sequence, and  each one a classic harkening back to a more innocent time, sporting a spit shine, populated with Sunday Cove regulars and infused with a magical legend.

Watch for Naughty and Nice the first of December. The next three will come in January, February and March.  I hope to have all eight to you by the end of the year. What fun!  Do visit my website for more details and information on the Sunday Cove contests I'll run throughout the year.

And now I want to thank you for putting Risky Brides, A Bestsellers' Collection, on so many lists!  It's still available for a limited time, and for only .99! It has been my pleasure to be part of this multi-author, multi-genre box set.  What a great way to reconnect with long time writer friends and to make new ones!

As always, thanks for stopping by and thanks for reading my books for so many years. Next June I'll be celebrating 30 years as a published author.  There's no telling what kind of party we'll have!

Peggy Webb is the USA Today bestselling author of more than 70 books. In addition to romance and mystery, she writes literary fiction as Elaine Hussey. Visit her at and

1 comment:

Louisa Cornell said...

The series sounds delightful! I am so looking forward to reading it. Your books are the perfect comfort read, Peggy!