"As the tears began streaming down her face. Her mama stopped to ask, "will you be ok?" Why doesn't he love me? Bre asked. He always does this! Do you think he's mad?"
He is currently at work on a novel that begins in the last days of the Wild West and ends in Las Vegas in 1955. When Jess is not writing or chasing his young sons around, he can usually be found at the piano playing Chopin nocturnes for his wife, Ling.
Single mum Staci Kirk has carved out a life for herself and her young son
Tommy. Fiercely independent and self-reliant, she's found a good place where
she can settle in but she's all too aware that happily ever after applies only
to other people—or to the fictional characters in the romance books she writes.
The arrival of Tommy's new teacher, also her next door neighbor, threatens to upset Staci's carefully balanced apple cart but she knows it's only a matter of time before Kelly packs his bags and flies back to Canada. No sense in starting anything she can't finish.
However, life is never as simple as it is in her novels, and when the worst happens, there is only one person she can rely on to help.
Revell’s newest addition to her impressive catalog of inspirational fiction is a lovely story of two single parents meeting in a most unusual manner. When a Canadian teacher is given a last-second opportunity as an exchange teacher in London, England, he’s quick to say yes, even though it uproots his fragile six-year-old daughter and distances them from his travel-reluctant mother at Christmas. Ending up next door to Staci who’s raising five-year-old Tommy is an answer to prayers Kelly hadn’t thought to make. Staci is a self-sufficient writer, able single parent, and content to quietly raise her child in peace. She’s not looking for complications of any kind—certainly not of the heart, as in potentially giving hers to a man who’s only in town for a few months.
The short but intense romance develops quickly. When you know, you know about love. But Kelly is on temporary assignment, and falling in love just can’t be an option. Can it… Even though they match in every way, how can either of them risk their hearts or children’s hopes? It romance and sight-seeing in London Town for Christmas. Told though both Kelly and Staci’s viewpoints, the reader is charmed by their respectful, emotional stories.
Her books are based in the UK, with a couple of exceptions, thus, although the spelling may be American, the books contain British language and terminology. The first draft of every novel is hand written.
She has been a Christian for more than half her life. She goes to Carey Baptist
where she is one of four registrars.
She can be found at:
About the Book
It’s a beautiful tabletop book packed with amazing photographs and fun facts,
dog owners and fans will get an in-depth look at these curious, lovable
Paws up if you love everything about dogs, from their irrepressible cheeriness to their slobbery tongues.
Included with the lovely photographs of every type of pooch possible are fun quotes from Marilyn Monroe and Groucho Marx to Mark Twain and Charles DeGaulle (“The better I get to know men…”).
If you want to know what it means when a dog wags its tail to the right, play a new family trivia game at your next gathering, or just become smarter, get this luscious book.
Sharon is a multi-published author of contemporary romance published in eBook,
paperback, on audio and translated into foreign languages. She has written New
Adult and Romantic Suspense, but what brings her the most joy is writing
She loves giving her characters the happily ever after they deserve--with a few laughs and maybe a few bumps and bruises along the way.