My novella, “The Blushing Bride” is free for a limited time at smashwords.com. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/447209 and will also be available on Barnes and Noble Nook in a very few minutes. You can also download from smashwords.com to your Kindle device as well as many other readers. My new mystery, “Death in the Primrose Hotel, a Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone mystery” will also become available from Smashwords.com within the next two weeks. Please enjoy your free copy of “The Blushing Bride” and feel free to leave your comments.
My novella “The Blushing Bride” can be downloaded direct from https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/447209 even in the Kindle (mobi)format as well as several other formats. For assistance in downloading to your Kindle click on https://www.smashwords.com/about/supportfaq#kindle. “The Blushing Bride” is also available from Barnes and noble for your Nook. The price is only 99 cents. Your review will be appreciated and I will be more than happy to review your work.
On another note my second novella “Jan’s Anguish, a Love Story” will be coming out on Smashwords,com soon as well as my full length mystery novel, “Death in the Primrose Hotel, a Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone Mystery.” Keep looking her for more information.
My new novella, “Jan’s Anguish, A Love Story” will be coming soon. To entice you for more, I’m posting the first few paragraphs.
My husband Jimmy and I walked hand in hand into the brilliant mid-morning sunshine. We stopped on the top step of the courthouse and I reached up and kissed him a warm, tender kiss. To the casual observer we were a couple who just gotten married. We walked down the steps hand in hand. At the bottom step I turned right and Jimmy turned left. That casual observer would be wrong. We hadn’t just gotten married, we’d just gotten divorced.
Jimmy is a thirty-three year old insurance salesman who owns his own agency that he inherited from his father. He’s six feet two, two hundred thirty pounds of solid muscle. His dark, wavy hair as well as his deep blue eyes are the envy of every woman I know. Jimmy played college baseball and several major league teams scouted him. He gave up his baseball dream when his father suffered a fatal heart attack and Jimmy took over operation of his father’s insurance agency.
I’m thirty one, five feet four, a hundred twenty pounds, auburn hair, cobalt blue eyes. I have a thirty-seven, twenty-six, thirty-five figure even after having two children. I worked as a secretary until I got pregnant with Jimmy, Jr. He’s eight now and our daughter Amy is seven. My father ran off before my birth. My mother raised me alone and that was my problem.
I met Jimmy at a party I wasn’t allowed to attend. I was twenty-one at the time, Jimmy was twenty-three. I had to sneak out of the house because my mother didn’t want me dating. She told me dating only leads to trouble. Maybe she was right. I met my date, Rod, at the party. He was already half drunk when I met up with him. He slobbered a wet kiss half missing my lips and ran off. I think we was about to puke. He stank of alcohol. I sat in a corner thinking my mother was right.