Leslie is my first guest to share a look into her day, and she's giving us a peek at her book, Heart Healer!
1. Leslie, What time does your day start?
My day starts at 10:30
2. Make the bed or leave for later?
I do my best to make the bed every day.
3. What’s for breakfast?
Special K Cereal.
4. Day job or full-time writer?
I am a full-time writer.
5. What time is lunch and what are we having?
I have lunch at 3pm and I have a lean cuisine meal.
6. How do you spend your time between lunch and dinner?
I am working on my book and playing with my dog.
7. What time is dinner and what are we having?
Dinner is at 7pm and I’m having Chicken Parmesan.
8. How do you spend your time after dinner?
I watch some tv.
9. Read or television before bed?
Read before bed.
10. What time do the lights go out?
Let's take that peek at Heart Healer!
Catherine Andrews is an English woman living in the 1800's. Her father sells her to Blake Von-Clyer to be his wife to pay off debts owed to Mr. Von-Clyer. Catherine soon finds out Blake is a cruel and horrible man.
On their wedding night, to escape his cruelty, she throws herself into the river. Death is better than marriage to a beast.
Christopher King is living in 2014 doing his best to raise his young son Ryan after his wife left him. One night, Christopher finds a woman in the river unconscious and barely breathing. She is also wearing old fashioned clothes. Christopher does everything in his power to help the young women. When Catherine regains consciousness, she finds herself in a strange and unbelievable situation. Terrified, she does her best to keep her guard up against Christopher. But as she gets to know him, she can't help but fall for the man who saved her life. When Catherine's dangerous past comes back to haunt her, it has Catherine and Christopher fighting for each other and their love.
Thank you for visiting, Leslie! Nice book cover and your story sounds interesting. I love Special K and Chicken Parmesan!
Where can we find you and your book online?
Key Words: Time-Travel, Romance, Historical.