Megann’s happy to return home to Wildwood…until she runs into Colt Kendrick, the bad-boy-wannabe who broke her heart. But Colt’s come a long way since those rowdy days. His sister’s death has left him with a young niece to raise and an unruly puppy to tame. All he wants is a chance to prove to Meg the man he’s become—and to love her.
Sophie Baird is looking for a way to escape the painful reality of her parents’ deaths. Unable to live in their home any longer, she takes a job as a live-in tutor to Anastasia Shipley to remove herself from her painful memories and the feeling that God has abandoned her. Anastasia has an illness that has prevented her from ever attending school and makes her father, Sebastian, over protective. When Sophie first meets Sebastian, she cannot deny the intense attraction she feels toward him. When an unexpected romance begins between them, she starts to rebuild her relationship with God, with the help of a certain little girl.
Devastated to think that she’s lost her steady beau to another ingénue, aspiring actress Kate Valentine consoles herself by renting an Imaginary Boyfriend from burgeoning romance broker Virtually Mine. Kate’s Imaginary Boyfriend sends her flowers. He calls. He texts sweet nothings, plucking at her heartstrings. As the lines between make-believe and reality blur, Kate finds herself longing for true love, never knowing that it might be much closer than she thinks.
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
1. Open your heart to be inspired.
2. Write what inspires you.
3. Write what you know. Those true-life details, particularly about what it is to be human, will resonate.
4. Write every day, Monday to Friday, even if it’s just one scene with a beginning, middle, and end.
5. Write to encourage what’s best in us. Prompt acts of goodness, kindness, forgiveness, and sacrifice.
Susan Rohrer is a graduate of James Madison University where she studied Art and Communications, and thereafter married in her native state of Virginia. A professional writer, producer, and director specializing in family-friendly entertainment, Rohrer’s credits in one or more of these capacities include: an adaptation of God’s Trombones; 100 episodes of drama series Another Life; Humanitas Prize finalist & Emmy winner Never Say Goodbye; Emmy nominees Terrible Things My Mother Told Me and The Emancipation of Lizzie Stern; anthology No Earthly Reason; NAACP Image Award nominee Mother’s Day; AWRT Public Service Award winner (for addressing the problem of teen sexual harassment) Sexual Considerations; comedy series Sweet Valley High; telefilms Book of Days and Another Pretty Face; Emmy nominee & Humanitas Prize finalist If I Die Before I Wake; as well as Film Advisory Board & Christopher Award winner About Sarah. In addition to authoring novels Merry’s Christmas and Virtually Mine based on her screenplays, Rohrer is also the author of two inspirational non-fiction books.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
In this image-conscious world, it inspires me to think that someone could look beneath the eye-candy coating to the heart that beats underneath.
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