Saturday, June 19, 2010
Love Inspired of the Month: Return to Rosewood
Genre: Inspirational Romance
Publisher: Steeple Hill Love Inspired Publication
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Long ago Sam left Bret behind to explore her career, while he came home to take care of his parents and their business. When Sam has an accident and is confined to a wheel chair she decides to come home. During her stay in her small home town, Sam begins to learn that it isn't always important to be so headstrong and independent and it is important to lean on family and friends when you need help.
Well written inspirational book for those who need a reminder of family, friendship and love.
After an accident left big-city gal Samantha Harrison in a wheelchair, she returned to her hometown a changed woman. But Bret Conway, her former fiancé, whose heart she broke when she left, insists she's the same girl he loved and lost. And that, with his help and some Texas determination, she will walk again. But Samantha is afraid to believe in anything—herself, her caring community…or a second chance with the handsome man who's still not ready to forgive her. Until Samantha surprises them both in the most wonderful way of all.
About the author from the publisher's webiste:
Bonnie K. Winn is the author of twenty-five published novels, most of which have been translated into over twenty languages. Fourteen-million copies of her books are in print. Currently, Bonnie is one of the top ten bestselling authors in Harlequin’s highly successful Steeple Hill/Love Inspired inspirational fiction program.
Named as one of the top ten romance authors in America by Affaire de Coeur, Bonnie K. Winn began her career with the launch of her Wildflower series in the early 1990s. Her first novel, Summer Rose, climbed to the top of three national bestseller lists. Her historical novel, Forbidden Fire, won Affaire De Coeur's Best Overall Historical Romance of 1994. That same year, she was named Utah Writer of the Year. Newlywed Game, lauded by Romantic Times as "a great talent making a smashing contemporary debut," was her first Harlequin American romance book. The Accidental Mrs. MacKenzie, which hit number one on the Walden Books and B. Dalton romance bestsellers lists, was nominated by Romantic Times for best contemporary romance of 1999. Her first Silhouette Intimate Moments release, The Hijacked Wife, appeared on numerous bestseller lists as well.
Besides writing novels, Bonnie also lends her talents to screenwriting, and her screenplay Heroes placed as a finalist at the Sundance U.S. Film Festival. Formerly a public relations executive, Bonnie devotes her time exclusively to writing. She resides in the foothills of the Rockies with her husband and dog, and with her grown son nearby.