Monday, February 14, 2011
Artist Angel Marcell is on her own for the first time in her life. If only her brother would stop treating her like a child! He’s asked one of his college friends to watch over her while she’s in Orchard Hill visiting cousin Misty Green. Jeff Bradley is working day and night to make his real estate business a success. He doesn’t have time to entertain his friend’s little sister – no matter how cute she is when she blushes. Besides when she’s around, his life turns into chaos and he starts longing for things that aren’t compatible with his business plan. When Angel stands in for a Valentine’s Day date, will he change his mind about what he wants?
A Long Silly Love Chase:: A mini-sequel to Saving Gracie
Even though Riley and Grace have only been dating for 6 weeks, Riley knows he's ready to ask Grace to marry him. After all, they've been friends since kindergarten and he's been in love with her for years. He plans a special Valentine's Day proposal but his plans may be derailed by the return of his rival, Steve and by the disappearance of the engagement ring.
Dateless again, Vanessa agrees to babysit her cousin Riley's infant twins and her cousin Ian's new litter of puppies on Valentine's Day. Things get our of hand when the puppies escape through the cat door. When Vanessa goes after them, the next door neighbor mistakes her for a burglar. Vanessa's Valentine can be found in the files section of the White Rose Readers loop on Yahoo. You can sign up for the loop here.
You can find out more about the Orchard Hill Romance series here.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Winners choice of either a WiFi Nook, a WiFi Kindle or a $150 Amazon or Barnes & Noble GC!
FOUR (4) winners will receive $25 Amazon or Barnes & Noble GCs!
Plus... we'll randomly give out $5 GCs to commenters throughout each day.
I hope you'll stop by. I'd love to see you there.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Thanks to fellow White Rose author for the first Amazon.com review of Snow Blind:
I received a copy of this story for review from the author and wow, was I intrigued! A fan of romance in general, I've read everything from historical to contemporary, Christian to cowboy and all sub-genres in between. I remember the gothic novels of old...broody hero, bright heroine; dark, mysterious house, & things that go bump in the night although I never thought these elements could be successfully done in a contemporary setting. After all, are there any dark, mysterious places around today?
Ms. Russell is known for her ability to create a fascinating story around well-crafted characters and she does a super job in this tale where forgiveness and redemption triumph over evil and tragedy.
Pamela S Thibodeaux
Author of A Hero for Jessica