Thursday, December 1, 2011

A Holiday to Remember - Our Gift to You in 30 Chapters!

The Roses of Prose have written a romantic holiday story.* It's our gift to you this December. Beginning tomorrow and running through December 31, we'll post the 30 chapters of A Holiday to Remember.
We hope you enjoy it!


*Book Blurb: Candy Wright didn’t become a high-powered Manhattan business executive by letting men walk all over her. She watched her mother work herself to death to give her daughter a better life and is determined to make her proud. If that means not risking her heart, not letting any man get too close, then so be it.

Mitch Johnson lives a simple life in rural Georgia. Holding his secrets close. Hiding from the life he left behind. The last thing he wants—or needs—is a woman to remind him of his past.

When the two are thrown together in a freak snowstorm, sparks fly. Mitch is everything she’s worked to escape. Candy is a reminder of his painful past. But the attraction between them won’t be denied. Will love thaw their frozen hearts, or will secrets tear them apart? One thing is certain; it will be a holiday to remember…

*Our thanks to Kristin Jamison for the original story idea, and final story edit.

6 comments:

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Ladies,
Gorgeous cover and fabulous blurb. I have read quite a lot of the story already and loved it, but I am now looking forward to reading the finished product in its entirety, and I know I won't be disappointed.

Regards

Margaret

Jannine Gallant said...

A really great job on the cover design, Laura. You could have a new side career with such spectacular work!

Vonnie Davis said...

I agree with Jannine. You're multi-talented. The cover is great!

Brenda Whiteside said...

Great cover and great blurb. Good job, ladies!

glenys said...

What a beautiful cover! It sounds like a terrific story. Many congratulations to everyone involved!

Laura Breck said...

Thanks for the praise - the cover was fun to do. Jannine is our awesome blurb specialist, and everyone had a blas writing their scenes.