With thick black hair spilling over his large shadowy eyes, he is menacing but handsome. He could double for John Gilbert, the Great Lover of the Silver Screen, but he is not an actor. He is the Reverend Gideon Baldwin, a single, Methodist preacher, who considers the pulpit "a better medium for acting than the stage." Rumors swirl among members of his flock regarding how he acquired his wealth. His ward, Effie Belle Butler, regards him with a mixture of fear and fascination. Is he a wolf in sheep's clothing or her PRINCE IN THE TOWER?
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)|
|Age Range:||15 Years|
About the Author
Sheryl, a retired registered nurse, began writing in the 1990s. First, she wrote historical, business, and real estate articles for the CONNECTION newspaper in Northern Virginia. Then she wrote silent film reviews and interviewed Leatrice Gilbert Fountain ("Leatrice Gilbgghbert Fountain: Daughter of Hollywood Legends"), for THE SILENTS MAJORITY: ONLINE JOURNAL OF SILENT FILM. Her interview with Leatrice was also published in Michelle Vogel's CHILDREN OF HOLLYWOOD(McFarland, 2005).
THE PRINCE IN THE TOWER is Sheryl's first novel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Christian Gothic romance with a surprisingly erotic flavor. Excellent dialogue between the well-developed characters. Humorous. I found it hard to put down.