Meant to Be, Southern Heat Series Book Two is Available for Pre-order!

Meant to Be, by Jenna HarteCharming and sexy, detective Mitch McKenna lets women into his bed—not into his heart. When his first love left him in a lurch, crushing his soul, Mitch swore off relationships and love. After all, any woman who chooses what her parents want over what she wants is not worth fighting for. Or is she?

Successful New York doctor, Sydney Preston left the only man she ever loved to follow the path that her parents paved for her. When a tragic incident at the hospital threatens her life, Sydney moves to Virginia to rekindle the spark with her ex-fiancé.

But Mitch isn’t interested in reigniting the flame that fizzled out long ago. Will they both allow resentments and misunderstanding spoil their chance of discovering what was meant to be?

Check out advanced reviews and read an excerpt of Meant to Be.

Join in the fun on launch day at the Meant to Be Facebook Author Takeover Party.

Follow the blog tour! I’ll be stopping by awesome blogs from Sept. 26 to 30th. Stop by to say “hi!”

Meant to Be releases September 27, 2016, but you can pre-order it at your favorite online retailers:







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About Jenna Harte

jenna-2Hi! I’m Jenna Harte, a die-hard romantic, writing about characters who are passionate about, and committed to each other, and frequently getting into trouble.  I’m the author of  the sexy, cozy Valentine Mysteries, the first of which, Deadly Valentine reached the quarter-finals in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award in 2013. I’m also the author of the Southern Heat series, set in hot, humid central Virginia due in 2016.

Please check out my About Me or Media Kit for more information about me and my books.

Writing Great Love Scenes

Writing Great Love Scenes

I’ll be on a romance writing panel with fellow authors Ellen Butler and Kelly Eadon at the Virginia Writers Club annual symposium. While romance doesn’t get much respect in the writing field, it’s the most popular genre fiction. Why? I think it’s because it’s loaded with emotion. But many might argue it’s sex, even though