Announcing a book launch and giveaway of Bonnie McCune’s new book Fallilng Like a Rock. A woman gambles all, including her life, when she’s “falling like a rock.”
I'm giving away one digital copy of her book. To enter, just leave a comment with your email in the comments section below stating why you would love to own a copy. Here's more about the book and author.
Falling Like a Rock, a heartfelt romance, features unloved and unemployed Elaine Svoboda, after she’s sacked, then flees across country to her boyfriend who drops her flat. Teetering on the abyss of disaster, she calls an old friend who invites her to a tiny mountain town with fresh prospects. There she meets rugged, hunky Joe Richter-Leon, mayor of Falling Rock. Believing she needs to be perfect, she must overcome a few obstacles like a broken ankle, an eating disturbance, his stubbornness, and her own fears before she and Joe can build a new life on the ashes of the old. She’s smothering her hopes when a battle with a forest inferno illuminates their true feelings and desire. Funny and frank, poignant and perceptive, when two people are “Falling Like a Rock,” they learn surrender sometimes means victory. Readers who like their romances rooted in real characters struggling with authentic life situations will enjoy this book.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bonnie McCune lives in Colorado and is the author of novels, novellas and short stories. A writer since the fifth grade, her interest in the craft led to her career in nonprofits doing public and community relations and marketing. Simultaneously, she published news and features as a free-lancer. For reasons unknown (an unacknowledged optimism?), she believes that one person can make a difference in this world. Bonnie’s writing explores the highs and lows of everyday people and their unique lives with humor, close attention, and appreciation. Her blog addresses "ordinary people, extraordinary lives" and also features samples of shorter works.
Visit http://bonniemccune.com/ to connect with her.
Blog : BonnieMcCune.com