Kacie Jordan is a cake decorator trying to keep her small town cake shop afloat. All she needs is a big order to really put her on the map. Enter her best friend from high school, Oscar Award Winning actress Cecily Weaver, who just got engaged and wants Kacie to make her cake. But the wedding is super secret and Kacie can’t tell anyone about it. Especially the very handsome journalist who just got into town.
Amos Jackson has had a year of bad luck. His basketball career is over and his fiancee left him. It’s time to quit and focus on what he really wants to do…write. When his celebrity friend invites him to a wedding in her hometown, he decides to take the opportunity to escape for a while and focus on his new creative endeavor. But it’s hard to focus when the small town you arrive in is home to a beautiful cake goddess.
A deliciously frosted confection of will they won’t they.
Megan A. Clancy
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Megan A. Clancy is a writer of contemporary romance and women's fiction.
Her debut novel, The Burden of a Daughter, was published in 2018.
She has a BA in English from Colorado College, a Masters in Creative Writing from the University of Melbourne, and worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. She loves travel and has lived and worked in Australia, Nepal, and the United States. She lives with her husband and children in California.
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What's Megan's favorite RomCom movies?
P.S. I Love You, When Harry Met Sally, Always Be My Maybe, Love Actually
What's Megan's favorite RomCom books?
Much Ado About You by Samantha Young
Josh & Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren
Beach Read by Emily Henry
What's Megan's favorite RomCom trope?
Friends to Lovers
What made Megan want to write Romantic Comedy?
When the pandemic hit in 2020, a lot changed. I gave birth to my second son and was struggling to stay motivated to write. I stopped and started several projects before I realized that everything I was writing was really depressing. It wasn't helping my mental health in a time that was hard enough already. As an escape, I dove into reading RomCom novels. It then occurred to me that this kind of writing made me happy. And I wanted to write something that would make me (and others) happy.
This world needs more 'happily ever afters'.
Does Megan believe in happily ever afters?
Absolutely! I am the product of a 'happily ever after'. My parents met in 10th grade Geometry and were together until the day my father passed away (8 years of dating + 46 years of marriage).
I am also living my own 'happily ever after' with my husband and our children.
(a contemporary rom com)
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Megan Clancy was interviewed about the writing life and her book,
The Burden of a Daughter, on the Women's Fiction Writers Association's podcast, Hear Us Roar. Click below to hear the full interview.
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