Snowed In With Him

Snowed In With Him

by Martha Sweeney
Snowed In With Him

Snowed In With Him

by Martha Sweeney



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Another night out on the town in New York City with her roommate, what could go wrong for Simone?


Waking up in a strange bed, stranding her with the bar's known player after a major snowstorm, would do it.


What's a girl to do when they're snowed in for several days?  What's a girl to do when she starts falling for the player?  What's should Simone do when she's unsure of which girl she is of the many romance stories she narrates for a living?  Is she the girl being played before the guy finds his true love?  Or, is Simone the girl who gets the guy?


"I feel like I'm in the middle of my own twisted, real-life romance story but I'm too scared to know the outcome.  Which girl am I?  Am I the girl being played before he finds his true love?  Or, am I the girl who gets the guy?"


(Note: Simone is the older sister of Harper from my short story One Kiss that was featured in the Because Beards anthology.)

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BN ID: 2940165462757
Publisher: WWN Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/16/2021
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 105,657
File size: 495 KB

About the Author

Pushing boundaries across genres.

Martha Sweeney is a Best-Selling, multi-genre author who writes in a variety of genres: romance, suspense, thriller, coloring books, romantic comedy, and science fiction. She strives to push herself as a storyteller with each new tale and hopes to push her readers outside of their comfort zone whether it be genre or the stories themselves.

With a B.S. in Psychology, Martha utilizes her knowledge of human and animal behavior successfully in the business world and in her writing to present realistic characters and situations. She's been creative since she was little, always drawing, coloring or making crafts, so her venture into being an author was a natural transition.

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