by Charlotte Crowne
Trade Paper: 6" x 9", 240pp. Aonian Press
ISBN: 978-1-59663-774-9, $14.95
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After losing her parents in a tragic car accident when she was a child, Sarah Cameron truly believed the worst experience of her life was behind her and that the future could only hold better things. But today she lies in a hospital bed, in agony from multiple injuries suffered in an accident. The physical pain, however, is nothing compared to the anxiety she feels while waiting for the doctor to deliver the prognosis. Her dreams of a recording career had just begun to materialize with the "big break" all performers dream about. Sarah was on her way to fame and fortune, performing on a concert tour - that is, until this unfortunate twist of fate. Would she recover and pursue the life of her dreams? Little did Sarah dream that her accident would change her life and allow her to cross paths with Lord Henry Alcott - the man of her dreams. Unfortunately, the man she falls in love with was chosen, long ago, by Gwynneth Hambright, the daughter of a powerful and influential politician, to be her husband. And her father, Lord Hambright, will stop at nothing to assure that this marriage takes place between Henry and his daughter, thereby uniting two of the most affluent families in England. As events unravel and move rapidly beyond his control, Henry realizes that he may have no choice but to accept the destiny determined for him by others - but his heart belongs to someone else . . . someone to love . . . Sarah Cameron.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Charlotte Crowne resides in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. After a career in corporate catering, which required extensive travel both in the United States and abroad, she decided to settle in her own home town of Winston-Salem and raise her two teenage children. Charlotte's personal travel adventures led to the writing of this romance novel which is based, in part, on the many places she visited. Charlotte has been an animal lover since childhood, when she always begged her parents for more pets. Charlotte currently serves as a managing board member and founder of Save The Animals, a non-profit organization which operates a regional veterinary clinic providing low-cost spay-neuter and vaccination services for humane societies and animal shelters in a fourteen county area. Save The Animals has performed over 40,000 surgeries in the last five years.