Hello, all! Hope you’re all enjoying a great week, and some good reads. We’re keeping up with a few ‘Waiting on Wednesday: Edition Forty-Two’ posts, and today we’re talking an upcoming (but actually not) release by an indie author. Let’s take a look.
Waiting on Wednesday: Edition Forty-Two
If you enjoy small town, “cozy” stories, one of the best authors you could discover is Melissa Tagg. She’s really at the “top” of any list if that’s your cup of story tea.
Her hot-off-the-presses (LITERALLY) new novel is a new release on the 19th (technically my Amazon copy is in the mail, so..) and features, I am sure, more of the same kind of feeling. It’s a companion (pair? sequel?) to her novel Now and Then and Always, which I have sadly not yet read, but hey, with this novel releasing, it’ll just mean back-to-back reading should I choose to do so!
SOME BRIGHT SOMEDAY
Author: Melissa Tagg | Publisher: Independently Published [Larkspur Press]
Genre: Fiction; Contemporary Romance | Publication Date: December 2020
He’s torn between love and honor…
Lucas Danby has always regretted the decisions that caused his dishonorable discharge from the military—and he’s never stopped trying to redeem his honor. He’s spent the past decade taking on dangerous short-term missions as an elite private soldier—the only part of his life that’s ever gone right. But the high-risk work never cures his shame. Now he’s stuck stateside, mentoring a new recruit. Worse, he’s sick of lying to the people he cares about most—including the woman he’s secretly loved for years.
She can’t escape her house of memories…
Jenessa Belville should be happy. She’s the hometown girl everyone loves, after all. But she’s also the last Belville left—and if she had her way, she’d leave the name and all its painful memories behind. Which is exactly what she hopes to do once she sells Belville Park, the massive estate she inherited from her parents. First, though, she needs to restore the property’s once-glorious gardens. But on the same day she puts up the “For Sale” sign, she discovers three children hiding in the caretaker’s cottage, thrusting her into the unexpected role of temporary guardian.
Fighting for their future means healing from the past…
Struggling to mentor a young man with scars nearly as piercing as his own, Lucas offers to help Jenessa restore the Belville grounds. Though drawn together by a trio of kids who tug on their hearts and the sparks they can’t deny, past secrets and current sorrows threaten to pull them apart. Only the brightest love and hardest sacrifice can turn the house Jenessa never wanted into the home she and Lucas have always longed for. – Goodreads
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