"The sign says NO VACANCY, not VACANCY." The innkeeper's gruff reply belied his handsome face, and Angela Perkins took a step back.
Heading north for the holidays, things certainly hadn't gone as she had planned. A snowstorm, an apple pie, and an old friend, all conspire to bring her to a crossroads. Will a Christmas Eve detour send her back to her snug village home, or will she forge ahead and let a turn in the road lead her to a newfound happiness?
In this, the first entry in her new Rose and Briar Inn series, From Women's Pens author Andrea Twombly weaves a warm story of the Christmas season, rich in challenges overcome and courage discovered along a twisting road to love.
You won't want to miss this one!
About the Author
A Reiki Master, Yogini, active church member, gardening hobbyist, loyal book group member, and avid daydreamer, Andrea is often spotted outside tending her yard and gardens. Frequently inspired while on a walk, she finds it very funny that ideas often come at the far point of her meandering, which sends her back home at a quickened pace to write down what has come to mind.
Andrea and her husband keep their home somewhere between Boston and Providence. Their daughter, who made the world a better place by simply being born, lives in the Berkshires with her husband.
Andrea maintains that a late bloomer blooms nonetheless, and she adores the serendipity of what can happen when seeds are scattered in hope and faith.
Ms. Twombly is a member of From Women’s Pens, and her short story Christmas at the Inn will appear in Annie Acorn’s 2015 Christmas Treasury. Two other short stories have already been tapped for inclusion in Annie Acorn’s 2015 Romance Treasury.
Andrea is the author of a blog at , and you can follow her on Goodreads or on Twitter at @filigreegirl.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this little book. Well written sweet story.