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Book Two in my Love and Chocolate Series is about Frank. And I love him.
In Book One, he’s Louisa Brannigan’s younger brother. He’s funny, he’s smart, he’s adorable, and loyal to Louisa and his grandfather Cyrus, even if he’s not too keen on the family business. He thinks there is more to life than chocolate and the millions and maybe billions he’s worth with his Brannigan’s stock.
He is also a neurosurgeon at Lindley Hospital in Dallas, and after the tragedy in Book One, he is a single father with two daughters. Life has dealt him a tough hand, and Frank is a shadow of his prior self at the beginning of Book Two. He works all the time and wants to be a good parent, and he’s desperately lonely.
Because I believe in love and second chances and believe it’s through difficult times that our true character shows, I wrote Frank as a sweet and sexy guy who is a slightly nerdy/brainy hero who wants what is best and learns to move forward and eventually fall in love again.
Did I also mention he’s funny? You may know that if you read Book One, but I’m not assuming. Check out the first book in the series if you haven’t already. It’s free!
And for those who are not familiar with my writing, I’m partial to good guys, and especially when they’re brainy/nerdy and sexy.
I hope you love Frank as much as I do.