Monday, September 12, 2016

A New Book! And Giveaways!

Hello, SuperRomance Community,

I have some advance-copy books and other small giveaways to celebrate my October SuperRomance release, THE GOOD MOM.

This story is set in Boston and features hectic single-mom Ashley LaValley, her precocious son Brandon, and hot single-doctor Aidan Lowe.

Here’s the official blurb:

It's all for Brandon

Single mom Ashley LaValley will do anything to help her twelve-year-old son, a cancer survivor, achieve his dream of becoming a doctor. Even uproot their lives and relocate to Boston when Brandon gets a scholarship to an exclusive prep school. Even accept help when Brandon risks flunking out…

Even when that help comes from Dr. Aidan Lowe, an arrogant, abrasive man recently returned from a stint in Afghanistan. But the guy's also charismatic and wickedly sexy. Ashley's spent years putting her son's needs first. Now Aidan's reminding her that she has needs of her own…

Boston Harbor and the Custom House Tower
If you like baseball-themed stories, then you’re in luck because there’s a bit of pro baseball in it, too.  And New England hiking. And did I mention Boston?

I’ll draw some winners from the comment-participants to this blog post. Good luck! I’ll post names on Saturday.

Here’s a question to kick off the blog comments: Can you point to something your mom has done for you that made a big difference in your life (something you appreciate)?

Thanks for reading!
Sincerely, Cathryn Parry --


Mary Preston said...

Congratulations on your new release!!

The one thing that stands out is the fact that I get my "can do" attitude from my mother. No matter what life throws at you, you can deal with it.

Colleen C. said...

My mom bought me pencils and a drawing pad to encourage my love of drawing. I still have the pad after all of these years with my drawings inside. :)

Fedora said...

Happy new release, Cathryn!

As for my mom, she's set a loving example of generosity all my life--she's still always encouraging me down that path, and it's made a big difference in how I interact with those around me, including my husband's family. I do think it's a big part of why I'm able to have a great relationship with my mother-in-law, and I pray it's something I'm passing along to my own kids :)

Tammy Y said...

That is a tough question, but I will say she taught me not to waste things. She even reused aluminum foil

Laney4 said...

My mother-in-law stepped up to the plate big time when my own mom died in 1995. MIL immediately volunteered whenever I needed something done, like cleaning up my mom's house to get ready for an estate auction. I can still picture her in the kitchen with her arms soaking in hot water, washing (then drying) dozens of dishes. That day, she became MY mom, and I still love her to bits.

bn100 said...


bn100candg at hotmail dot com

Morgan said...

My mom has always supported me through everything I've done or dreamed of doing, which has always meant a lot to me. Congratulations on your new release -- I just added it to my Goodreads to-read list. And thanks for the giveaway :)

Cathryn Parry said...

Dear Mary, Colleen C, Fedora, Tammy Y, Laney4, bn100 and Morgan,
Thank you for commenting about your moms--I enjoyed reading each story!
I'd like to send you all a book. If you'll send your address to my website contact form, here:, I'll get those right out to you.

Thank you for reading our books (and our blog)!

penney said...

Congratulations on your new book, I'm looking forward to reading it

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