Friday, October 2, 2015

We are so excited for the second book in The Walker Family Series

 Bestselling Author Bernadette Marie is known for building
families readers want to be part of. Her series The Keller
Family has graced bestseller charts since its release in
2011, along with her other series and single title books.
The married mother of five sons promises Happily Ever
After always…and says she can write it, because she lives
When not writing, Bernadette Marie is shuffling her sons
to their many events—mostly hockey—and enjoying the
beautiful views of the Colorado Rocky Mountains from her front step. She is
also an accomplished martial artist with a second degree black belt in Tang Soo
A chronic entrepreneur, Bernadette Marie opened her own publishing house in
2011, 5 Prince Publishing, so that she could publish the books she liked to
write and help make the dreams of other aspiring authors come true too.
Bernadette Marie is also the CEO of Illumination Author Events.

Where you can find Bernadette Marie

 A mother’s secrets threaten a daughter’s future…

Bethany Waterbury left Hollywood and the shadow of
her mother's death to give herself a fresh start. Her
main intention—to connect with the family she’d never
really had the chance to know.

Author Kent Black is enjoying his chart topping
success and living freely wherever his travels take him.
But when he meets the illustrious Bethany Waterbury
his wanderlust subsides and the thought of a steady
future begins to take over.

Kent believes in happily ever after, but the burden of
Bethany’s past might be too much for him to embrace
—unless true love is more powerful than a Hollywood tragedy.


 Ready for a snippet!?!

“Bethany?” he called as if they were old friends.
      She felt the blood drain from her head. She didn’t know him did she?
He moved quickly around Mrs. Talbot and straight to her. “Hi, sorry, had to
get away from her. I’m Kent. I know you’re Bethany. I’m a big fan. Not a stalker
kind of person at all, just a big fan. I’m thankful for the water. That is for me
right?” She nodded and handed him the glass. “Thanks,” he said as he took the
glass and began drinking. “She’s weird, that woman,” he whispered. “Thanks for
saving me.”
      “Do I know you?” she asked softly.
       Kent took her arm and led her to the table at the front of the room. It was
obviously a tactic to keep people from coming up to him, by keeping her close.
      “No. Sorry.” He set his water on the table and held his hand out to shake
hers. “Formal intro now. Kent Black.”
      “Bethany Waterbury.”
      “I really like your work. I saw you the other day. I didn’t know it was you, but
I saw you.”
      She narrowed her eyes on him. “You saw me?”
      “You were having coffee with some man. I think he was your brother.”
      “How do you know that?”
      His cheeks flushed and he wiped his hand over his forehead. “Oh, well, the
coffee shop was full. I saw you looking for a table. I was going to invite you to
sit with me. You sat with some man and then when you left, you smiled at me,
and then said something to him about having lunch with Dad.”
     God, he was a crazy mess too, this man who kept her up all night.

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