Yesterday was a little overwhelming. Thank you so much, folks, for the cheers, encouraging words, and kindnesses. I’m not one to talk in religious terms, but the best word to express how I’m feeling at present, is “blessed.”
If I had been smart, I would have probably just done one announcement and not taken your time two days in a row to tell you about Opposite of Frozen. Live and learn, right?
So I’ll get right to it.
Here’s the blurb:
Shepherd fifty-one seniors on a multinational bus tour, including a ninety-five-year-old with a lethal cane?
To preserve his sick brother’s travel business, retired pro athlete, Oliver Pike, would do far more. But then weather intervenes, forcing the tour bus off-route into the small mountain town of Harmony, Alberta.
In the hold of the bus, amid the walkers and luggage, lies a half-frozen stowaway. Page Maddux is commitment-averse and obviously lacking in common sense. Once revived, she’s also the person Oliver must depend upon to help him keep the “oldsters,” as she calls them, out of harm’s way.
When their week together is over, will Harmony recovery from the group’s escapades? And what of Oliver’s heart?
This standalone novel is book 2 in a 12-book series of sweet-to-warm contemporary romances written by different authors, but set in a fictional town in the Canadian Rockies. It features a happy-ever-after, a large cast, and shenanigans that would be at home in a Cary Grant/Katharine Hepburn movie.
Right now, the series will be available via the Kindle Lending Library, and also via Amazon in ebook form. (If you don’t have an e-reader, they make it easy to download software and convert your phone/iPad/laptop into an e-reading device.)
I expect to have a paperback edition at a future date.
Don’t forget that if you’d like to start with the first in the series, written by Brenda Sinclair, you can go to www.ThurstonHotelBooks.com for the blurb and links.
Thank you, all!