The Weekend #wattys2016 #romance #novella

The Weekend #wattys2016 #romance #novella

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Suzy England By SuzyEngland Completed

What happens when the secrets of your past suddenly become the plot of a best-selling novel? 
  
  Successful restaurateur Clark McCullough has planned the ultimate proposal to his girlfriend of three years, acclaimed actress Erica Landry. Together in New York in the days before Christmas, Clark has snow on the streets, the rink at Rockefeller Center on reserve, and the perfect suite at The Peninsula. With Erica away at publicity engagements, Clark busies himself inside a Manhattan Barnes & Noble. He's beyond shocked when his browsing uncovers the hottest new title of year--a novel called The Weekend. A novel dedicated to him...written by the one woman in Clark's past that he could never have.
  
  The one woman he's never gotten over.
  
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  Author's Note: The Weekend is intended for adult readers (+18) only. 
  
  RATED EKR: Extra Kleenex Required
  
  Copyright Notice:
  (2016) SuzyEngland. All rights reserved worldwide. No part of this book may be reproduced or copied in any form without the expressed permission and sincere blesssing from the author. Please respect my copyright, otherwise I will be forced to open a Texas-size can of whoop-ass upon thee.

oniamac oniamac Oct 17
Oh i can tell this story is going to be fantastic. I am definitely pulled in by this chapter.
I've long since missed the elegant simplicity of your story telling, layered in sophistication. Dialogue is still impeccable. This is going to be another great one, Suzy.
SuzyEngland SuzyEngland Aug 22
Sorry! I had no idea that a spoiler had been posted. My sincerest apologies. I have deleted the comment. I know that won't help you, but at least it will save others in the future. Again, very sorry.
Oh my goodness - a novel within a novel? Brilliant ! I hope you are busy writing another so I have something to read when I finish this!
SO! Robin Riggs: RR. Her fictional counterpart is Beth Britton: BB. For both ladies, the first letter equals the last letter. And Clark M. vs Charlie M. They are both C.M. How fascinating
elnorap elnorap Jul 14
Your books draw a person in in the first chapter and i love that