Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Elly's Situation - MFRW Book Hooks

MFRW Authors BlogI'm excited to be participating for the first time in Book Hooks, hosted by the MFRW Authors BlogReaders, here's your chance to get hooked on a new book! Authors share a short excerpt from their books. If you enjoy the sample, consider purchasing the full book through their buy links... or be sure to add it to your TBR list for the future.


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Today I'm featuring my main character, Elly Macauley, in this excerpt from BLUEBONNETS FOR ELLY. Elly has moved from Dallas to a senior-citizen neighborhood to help her grandmother recover from an injured ankle. 

EXCERPT:
     What a life. Not what she’d expected to be doing at age twenty-five. Instead of a high-rise Dallas apartment, she lived in a cramped mobile home in small-town Shannon Ridge, Texas. Instead of working as an interior designer, she spent her days doling out her grandmother’s medications. Instead of driving a decent car, she had to rely on a tricked-out geriatric golf cart for transportation.
If Granny hadn’t tumbled off that curb—if Rick hadn’t turned out to be such a shit—if she’d been born an heiress to a great fortune. Sometimes ifs seemed to rule her life, but the immediate problems were not just ifs but what ifs. What if she got caught living in a retirement village where she wasn’t supposed to be? What would Granny do without her? And when the time did come for her to move out, what if she couldn’t find a job?
She sighed. Right now, this was her life and there wasn’t an alternative.

Thank you for stopping by to read a snippet from BLUEBONNETS FOR ELLY. My sweet romance is available in paperback and ebook formats from AmazonBarnes & NobleSweet Cravings Publishing, and other online booksellers. 

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8 comments:

Carolyn Brown said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Best wishes with the book.

Erin Moore said...

Sounds like a sweet and romantic story!

Sandra Nachlinger said...

Thank you!

alisaanderson said...

sounds like a sweet, funny story....and believe me, i can actually relate, lol! :) -alisa

Sandra Nachlinger said...

You can relate? Now I'm curious! Thank you for stopping by.

caffeinejunkie said...

Sounds good! I could read this along with a glass of sweet tea. :)

Sandra Nachlinger said...

LOL. You're right -- that would be the appropriate beverage to drink while reading this story.

Stacy Juba said...

Sounds like a great read!! Love your covers!