Just in time to kick off the holiday season, my new novella just went live on Amazon this morning! Pick up a copy today for just 99¢.
Billionaire Nicholas Adrien Rousseau works seven days a week. He lives on a schedule, doesn’t like surprises, plans his days, and outlines his goals. Until an irresistible blonde slides into the backseat of his Mercedes, mistaking him for the driver of the car service provided by his company, Bridal Bliss.
Bella Rose is late for the airport. The opportunity to turn Creative Couture into an International marketing firm is a dream come true, but if she doesn’t catch the last flight home to the states, she’ll miss Christmas Eve with her family.
Two strangers with an attraction that could melt an iceberg, are stranded in the heart of Paris, the city of light and love. When Bella throws caution to the wind, deciding to accept the spontaneity life has thrown her and enjoy the journey, she never imagines it will lead to the man of her dreams. Adrien realizes too late that by hiding his identity, he could lose the one woman who loves the man and not the money.
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After my short vacation to Paris this fall, I came home re-energized to write a story that included the City of Love. Then a friend challenged me to self-publish a novella for the holidays. Since Christmas is my favorite time of year, it wasn’t a hard challenge to accept and my brain immediately began whirling with possibilities.
I’ve now typed THE END, worked through self-edits, and both of my critique partners have reviewed. My editor is now ready to wave her wand and help me polish the manuscript to a high shine this coming week.
So, stay tuned. My goal is to be live on Amazon by December 1st, if not before.
You won’t want to miss Bella and Adrien’s story of being stranded in the most beautiful city in the world on Christmas Eve. I hope it does justice to the amazing sights I visited and the wonderful people I met while there.