The sun is setting on another Sunday spent in Harmony writing “Belonging” the last book in my New Life in Love contemporary romance trilogy. All of us in the U.S., except in Arizona and the Aloha State, sacrifice an hour of life at this time of year to gain an hour of daylight. This day got away from me sooner than expected. So, too, have the three years since Alison Clarke agreed to go with her friend David to a charity gala, took a plate of bruschetta from Chef Darien, and launched my Sunday afternoon love affair with “Reservations” in New York City and an Iowa town in the “Heartland.” Now I write “Belonging” where all of us want to be. With time, Marisa’s story will complete the circle and be in the hands and imagination of my readers when we get that hour back again in November.