Monday, March 3, 2008

Anne Whitfield is saying hello!

So, hi! :o)

Before I post about my latest ebook release I want to say thank you to Ginger for allowing her blog to be overtaken by a gaggle of authors! LOL She is most generous, maybe a little mad, but definitely kind and supportive of fellow writers.

On to my latest news!

A few days ago my historical WWII romance, Broken Hero was released! I tell you the story is absolutely terrific but the cover....now that is truly beautiful - if I do say so myself!!


Blurb

Audrey Pearson’s life changed dramatically when WWII broke out and her large home, Twelve Pines on the East Yorkshire coast, became a convalescence home for wounded soldiers. Her life is no longer lavish with entertainment, beautiful clothes and surrounded by a loving family. Soldiers, physically and mentally wounded now fill her home. The smell of disinfectant replaces her mother’s perfume and gone are the friends and acquaintances - instead nurses roam the hallways.
Captain Jake Harding, a doctor training in psychiatry arrives at Twelve Pines. Audrey immediately finds herself attracted to the Captain, but he is remote towards her. Puzzled by his cold behaviour, Audrey tries to learn more about the handsome Captain. He reveals that he’s lost a wife and baby in childbirth and refuses to ever remarry. However, despite this, Audrey believes she can change his mind and make him aware he doesn’t have to spend his life alone.
The ice around Jake’s heart begins to melt. For years he has rejected the possibility of finding love again because of the pain it caused him before, but the beautiful Audrey shows him her love and she needs someone to love her in return.
Could he honestly walk away from her, from the love that could be his?

Buy the ebook of Broken Hero here-
http://www.thewildrosepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=735&zenid=6f9a68b05b69323373c112229f739547

Paperback available in April.

Regards, Anne.~ http://www.annewhitfield.com

2 comments:

Anita Davison said...

I know I have said this before, but that cover is a work of art - and the book's pretty good too!
Congratulations on the release, Anne

Theresa N. said...

It is a beautiful cover, the book sounds good.

Theresa N.

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