The heroine in Winter in Promise Cove, Fiona, has become stronger by being replaced by a trophy wife. She’s been forced to recreate her life, but because she doesn’t have any strong skills, she has depended on her settlement. Now that’s about to run out. She needs to do something.
What she doesn’t realize is that finding success will depend on her ability to learn new things about herself, and discover a way to use the skills she already has. Because it’s a romance novel, she’ll also need to discover how to take a chance on love again.
Kevin, the hero, has been burnt badly by love. He concocts a scheme to regain a position he lost, and keep his heart safe from love at the same time. But he, too, has some lessons to learn. Being less than honest with other people leads him to be less than honest with himself. He’ll need to learn to accept his feelings, convenient or not.
For me, the clash of two strong characters is far more interesting than the dance of unequal ones. The resolution is sweeter. No matter how strong they are, love has the final word.
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I hope you enjoy Winter in Promise Cove, a fake-fiance novel where strong characters learn important lessons on the way to love.