What was the inspiration for Their Discovery? I’ve always had a problem with how every romance with a true HEA ends in a wedding, as exchanging vows and having kids means you’ll truly be happy forever. As someone who’s been married for ten years and has faced our share of challenges, I know that marriage is work. Marriage doesn’t always work out. Sometimes you’re at the brink of it and you need to find a way back from that ledge. I wanted to write a story with a couple who had history. Who weren’t reunited after years apart and finding each other again. I wanted to write a story with all the reality of being in marriage, all the frustrations and pitfalls and grit that can come with it—the impatient moments we never mean to have, the clothes never put away—and put it on the page. That’s where Brady and Sam are when the story starts. People get lost in marriages sometimes, they forget who the other person is, why they fell in love in the first place, and I wanted to write a book about a married couple finding each other again.