by Linda Griffin
Genre: Sweet Historical Romance
1963, Neil Vincent, a middle-aged World War II veteran and "Christian
atheist," is working at Westfield Court as a chauffeur. He
spends most of his spare time reading.
Mary Claire DeWinter is a young, blind, Catholic college student and reluctant heiress. To secure her inheritance, she has to marry within a year, and her aunt is pressuring her to marry a rich man who teased and bullied her when she was a child.
Neil and Mary Claire shouldn't even be friends, but the gulf between them is bridged by a shared love of books. Can they cross the bridge to more?
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was born and raised in San Diego, California and earned a BA in
English from San Diego State University and an MLS from UCLA. I began
my career as a reference and collection development librarian in the
Art and Music Section of the San Diego Public Library and then
transferred to the Literature and Languages Section, where I had the
pleasure of managing the Central Library’s Fiction collection and
initiating fiction order lists for the entire library system.
Although I also enjoy reading biography, memoir, and history, fiction
remains my first love. In addition to the three R’s—reading,
writing, and research—I enjoy Scrabble, movies, and travel.
My earliest ambition was to be a “book maker” and I wrote my first story, “Judy and the Fairies,” with a plot stolen from a comic book, at the age of six. I broke into print in college with a story in the San Diego State University literary journal, The Phoenix, but most of my magazine publications came after I left the library to spend more time on my writing.
My stories have been published in numerous journals, including Eclectica, Thema Literary Journal, The Binnacle, The Nassau Review, Orbis, and The Avalon Literary Review, and in the anthologies Short Story America, Vol. 2, The Captive and the Dead, and Australia Burns. Four stories, including one as yet unpublished, received honorable mention in the Short Story America Prize for Short Fiction contests. A sweet romance, Bridges (2022), and four romantic suspense novels, Love, Death, and the Art of Cooking (2021), Guilty Knowledge (2020), The Rebound Effect (2019) and Seventeen Days (2018) are available for order from the Wild Rose Press.
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I love the cover and synopsis, Bridges is a must read for me. Thank you for sharing the author's bio and book detailsReplyDelete
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