I suppose I shouldn’t be squeeing about this – it is far too early. But I’m writing a new contemporary and I’m having SO MUCH FUN!
I’ve posted the ROUGH draft to Authonomy.com to get some feedback from my trusted readers. So far, I’m on the right track.
You can take a peek here: “Tempest in a Teapot”
A widow and a soldier-turned-biker on a collision course with the one thing they have in common – the death of her husband.
Widowed and alone for the summer, Wendy Truesdale decides to pass on the life-long role of grieving widow. She has the opportunity and the drive to reinvent herself by turning her Victorian home into a teahouse.
First Sergeant Leo Stephenson is at Fort Knox, waiting the knee replacement that will end his military life. Wounded, jaded and ‘fresh out of give-a-shit’ Leo has nothing he wants to live for, besides his Harley and his next drink.
A fender-bender brings Wendy and Leo together – both on a collision course with the one thing they have in common – the death of Major Roger Truesdale, Wendy”s late husband.