P.S. Sorry for the humongous screenshot - I'm addicted to screen capping because it's the only way I can really convince myself I'm not dreaming. :D
Click is also #249 overall on Barnes & Noble, which is definitely something to celebrate as well since I have no idea to reach out to Nook readers so these fine folks are buying the book all on their own. :D
Finally, Click is also #67 on the romance chart (paid) of Apple's iBooks store. (Screenshot below).
So, really - thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!
Now, on to other stuff.
SPOILER ALERT! Please just highlight and read only if you're done with Click.
As you may have noticed, Click is my darkest book yet. I didn't plan it to happen this way. It just did. Similar to The Art of Forgiving a Greek Billionaire, lots of bad stuff happened in Click and the main characters - Helios and MJ - spent most of the time apart. Due to the feedback on Greek 4, I knew that Click would likely not be everyone's favorite book. And I totally understand - but again, that's how their story played out and I did my best to make up for the dark tone by making the epilogue a lot lighter and funnier. I think it's fitting, too, since eventually we all come to a point where we just have to shake off the bad stuff at the past, start fresh, and learn how to laugh and love again. :)
P.S. For those who haven't read the books yet, CLICK is currently available in Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, and All Romance. I'm still waiting for it to go live on Buqo and Kobo.