Can a summer romance survive the cold of winter?
Nina Wells, a widow in her late forties, had buried love with her husband. Until she met the playwright next door. Clint, a school teacher by profession, is sweating through his first play. When he accidentally dumps his mint chip ice cream on Nina’s chest, he meets the one woman who believes he can write.
Nina, an actress, sees Clint’s talent. Using her experience in the theater to guide him, she bonds with him over the play. They collaborate, writing and cooking together. The summer flies by as Nina falls in love and hopes her new man will revive her dormant acting career as well as her love life.
But once back in the City, reality bombards them at every turn. There’s no sentiment in the theater, only cold, hard reality. What will Clint do when faced with the option of losing his dream or the woman of his dreams?
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About the Author
Jean Joachim is an author, married, a mother of two boys and owner of a rescued pug named Homer. She lives in New York City. Her latest contemporary romance, "Now and Forever 1, a Love Story" has just been released by Secret Cravings Publishing. Her other works include, “Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights”, a sweet contemporary romance published by Astraea Press, released in February 2011, which is available as an ebook and paperback through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and AstraeaPress.com. She has two sequels coming: Now and Forever 2, the Book of Danny coming from Secret Cravings in early November being and "April's Kiss in the Moonlight", sequel to "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights", to be published by Astraea Press in October. She also has seven non-fiction books published. Jean has been writing non-fiction for over fifteen years and fiction for two. Her review column, "Movie Choices for Kids" has been syndicated in weekly and parenting newspapers and on websites for the past eleven years.