About the Author
About the Book
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2oJWlZpAbout the Author Michelle D. Rayford knew she wanted to write books the moment she won a literacy contest in the fifth grade. The writing seed was planted. It only took a couple of decades for that seed to bear fruit. Michelle was never good at gardening. Even while pursuing a degree in Business Administration, working a government job, getting married and having two daughters, the stories didnât stop churning in her head. Some even made their way into print in the form of poems, short stories and blog posts. Michelle lives in a Southern city where she spends any free time reading, writing, listening to 80âs music and playing NBA2K. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her website www.michelledrayford.com About the Book Adrienne always wanted a child. Too bad her husband, Logan, doesnât. When Adrienne decides to have the baby, her marriage is tested in new ways. Her husbandâs reluctant acceptance of their son comes at a price Adrienne doesnât know she is paying. She has the life she always wanted. So, why isnât she happy? Loganâs focus has always been on taking over the family law firm. Having a beautiful woman as his wife completes the picture. When a wealthy client comes to town, Logan seizes the opportunity to surpass his father and put the law firm on the map. If only he can keep his wife in line and his own secrets from coming out. When the past makes its way into the present, will the truth finally set Adrienne free? Genre: Fiction Amazon: http://amzn.to/2GRYWYT About the Author Pat Simmons has penned more than thirty-five titles. She is a self-proclaimed genealogy sleuth who is passionate about researching her ancestors, then casting them in starring roles in her novels. She is a three-time recipient of the Romance Slam Jam Emma Rodgers Award for Best Inspirational Romance. Pat describes the evidence of the gift of the Holy Ghost as a life-altering experience. She has been a featured speaker and workshop presenter at various venues across the country. Pat holds a B.S. in mass communications from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. Website: http://www.patsimmons.net About the Book Three sisters living in three different cities (Baltimore, St. Louis, and Nashville) make a pact to share responsibilities for their aging relative after authorities find Aunt Tweet across state lines. Her destination had been a neighborhood grocery store. The siblings soon learn the definition of caregiver includes a cup full of patience, a slight sense of humor, and when to cry out for help. Women juggle between career and family all the time, but Tabitha Knicely (St. Louis) is struggling to find a balance. Romance is the last thing she is trying to add to her list. The Aunt Tweet she knew all her life is not the same one who is residing in her home when she accepts the role as a caregiver for six months. Overwhelmed canât begin to describe her emotions. Marcus Whittington is an opinionated, successful business owner, but he has a soft side when it comes to the elderly. They remind him of good memories of his grandparents. When Aunt Tweet is the mystery woman who stakes out his porch, he becomes concerned that she is not being taken care of properly. He sheds his misconceptions about what Tabitha isnât doing right when he discovers that every caregiver needs a caregiver. Marcus knows in order to win Tabitha's heart; he has to charm Aunt Tweet's too.
Genre: Christian Romance
Releasing: April 3, 2018. For information about this book visit the authorâs website: http://www.patsimmons.net
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