For the Tenth day of Christmas…Writer’s Style, I am thrilled to introduce you to Heather Novak. She is a positive force in our GDRWA Chapter, and sex-positive experiences and consent are reflected in all of her fiction. Her positivity and light are contagious and comes out beautifully in her Romantic Comedy series.
I should also mention that she has fantastic purple hair as bright as her personality, and she is super fun to follow on social. Along with her romantic comedy series, she also writes in sub-genres ranging from LGBTQ to Paranormal. She was also named a 2021 BEQ Pride LGBTQ Leader Under 40 this year and you can link to her article here: https://businessequalitymagazine.com/40under40/heather-novak/.
Check out these blurbs from each one of her series:
Fire Trucks, Garter Belts & My Perfect Ex – Book 2 in the Edie’s Automotive Guide series
After facing the same health scare that took her mother, adult film star Vera Eastman sets out on a road trip to finish her mom’s bucket list. First stop, the hometown she escaped the moment she graduated. Her defiant arrival puts her face-to-face with her first love—her first everything—Jack Reeves.
Jack’s still the guy who can steal her heart with a smile, but he hasn’t forgiven her for leaving, and avoiding him proves difficult. Not only is he her grandma’s neighbor, but Grandma pays Jack to mow the lawn shirtless, and his firefighter job has him frequently rescuing Vera, as her ability to find trouble—was it her fault the ladder on the water tower broke?—becomes as formidable a matchmaker as her grandma.
Small-town-itis must be contagious. That’s the only explanation for Grandma’s stupid cat being in love with Jack’s damn dog, for Vera’s sudden urge to move home, and for her falling for Jack all over again. Eating chocolate body paint out of the jar can’t even help her with this mess.
Buckle up for another wild ride through Grenadine!
Dead Like Romi – Book 3 in the Lynch Brothers series
Fenton: Being in love with Romi definitely has its drawbacks, like the fact she’s incorporeal and literally disappears without warning. And the fact that she’s cursed and the only way to break the curse is to kill her father. I’ve been a pacifist my entire life, but now I’ll do whatever is necessary to save the woman I love.
Romi: Several things suck about being cursed and mostly dead: needing a steady supply of energy to be visible, bloody fights with demons who want to drag me back to Hell, not being able to kiss the man I love, my Fenton…and knowing it’s all my fault.
Hell has Fenton on their radar, and I’ll risk anything—even my damaged soul—to save him.