Flowers in Winter Hart of Rock and Roll Book 5
by Mary J. Williams
Genre: Contemporary Romance
A HART OF ROCK AND ROLL HOLIDAY ROMANCE
Tula Carson knows what her future holds. A good life. A secure life. Safe. Steady. Boring.
She has no one to blame but herself. She chose the path she's on. But, she wants something more. Something different. Now. Before it's too late.
Fleet Sherman is a Rock God. And he isn't afraid to enjoy the perks. Money. Fame. Beautiful women. As far as he's concerned, his life is perfect. Until he meets smart, funny, talented, frustrating Tula Carson. The one woman he can't resist. The only woman he can't have.
On the surface, Tula and Fleet seem worlds apart. She grew up loved. He just wants to forget his childhood. She's led a sheltered life. He's experienced everything life had to offer. Yet, from their first meeting, they clicked.
Tula has a chance to fulfill her dreams. But the first step is always the hardest. Will she jump, or play it safe?
Fleet doesn't believe he deserves a woman as good and sweet as Tula. For her sake, he has to let her go.
A love of music brought them together. Will their pasts tear them apart? Do they need a Christmas miracle? Or will they realize love is the greatest gift of all.
Fleet Sherman had written a love song. A love song for her.
As the last note faded, the tears Tula held bottled inside since the night they said goodbye fell unchecked. She wanted Fleet. Here. Where she could see him. Touch him. Never let him go.
"Where are you? Tula's voice was surprisingly steady. "Why aren't you here?"
Tula wanted to turn. More than anything. If only her body would cooperate.
"Never mind. I have you." From behind, Fleet's arms slid around Tula's waist. Warm. Strong. Steady. "I'll always have you. For as long you want me."
Tula couldn't keep the hitch from her voice. The question was too important. Maybe the most important question she'd ever asked.
"Mmm." Fleet brushed his lips across her tear-soaked cheek.
I love books, I always have and always will. Writing is an extension of that and though it has taken me a while to get here, I now can officially call myself a published author.
I grew up on a ranch in Eastern Washington, so I wanted to set my books on the Columbia River in Washington state. Harper Falls is completely fictitious, but I think anyone from the area will know right where it would be if it did exist.
My hobbies are gardening, reading, baking(fattening desserts are my favorite), exercise(I don't love it, but it is necessary due to the desserts), and animals. I had a dog but when he died I couldn't bring myself to replace him. That is why I wrote Edgar, the dog into "If I Loved You", I consider him my surrogate puppy until I can get a real one.
I love to get feedback on my books so I hope everyone will feel free to leave a question or visit my website(it is a work in progress, but I'm getting there).
The Day in the Life of an Author
I wish I could say an author's life is filled with endless excitement. The truth? I spend most of my time alone with my characters. Not that I have anything to complain about. I love what I do. And because I hate to fly, I get to take trips on a whim, around the world, to exotic locations, all from the comfort of my own home.
What Am I Currently Reading?
I don't read as much as I did before I started writing. So I'm much pickier when I do sit down with a book. At the moment, I'm in the middle of Secrets in Death by J. D. Robb. I've read all the books in the series. Eve and Roarke are my favorite couple of all time. Who doesn't love a kick-ass woman and a man who stands right beside her through thick and thin?
What Can You Expect From Me In the Future?
I'm in the middle of the first book in a new series. I like to do a series every year—three to five books. I've done athletes and billionaires and movie moguls and rock stars. My new series, The Sisters Quartet, takes place in New York City. Four standalone books with a central villain the sisters have to take down. Four happy endings. The first book, ONE OF THESE DAYS, will be out in February. TWO OF A KIND in April. THREE WISHES in June. And FOUR SIMPLE WORDS in August. I like to do one standalone novel each year. And a Christmas novella.
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