Cat Hartliebe’s Be Mine: The Books

A collection of short stories and poetry around proposals. [Be Mine] is ebook only. It will one day either join a collection similar to [Hartliebe Poems and Shorts] or long enough to be a stand alone paperback. One day. Not today, though.

This collection is a published gift for my niece’s wedding.

[Fall in Love] is similar without being the same. Fall in love is love of all types. Be Mine is strictly romantic proposals. It may expand to be purely romantic love. For now, the collection is all proposals.

Be Mine’s short stories

Be Mine by Cat Hartliebe cover.

The Stories:

There are three short stories currently in the collection: ([The Next Step] will be added in the near future) The Perfect Flower, More Than Just a Cup, and The Perfect? Plan.

The Perfect Flower is before the event. Random guy has been getting flowers for every date. The florist suggest getting a special flower for the proposal.

More Than Just a Cup talks of two single parents living together without taking on the next step. So one proposals with the morning coffee of the other.

The Perfect? Plan follows a pair who are willing to fight to be together. As much as the one proposing tries to plan the perfect proposal, nothing really matters more than who you are proposing to.

There will be more stories created to be added to this collection. For now, though, enjoy the uplifting fluff that is Cat Hartliebe’s Be Mine.

[Be Mine] can be brought on Amazon as an ebook only. It is also available on Kindle Unlimited. (Amazon US)

If you have any specific questions about any of my books, let me know. I am always willing to talk about my work.


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