CJ is the happiest she has ever been as everyone returns from New York. Engaged to the love of her life, she is about to start college and launch her new career.
Shannon, the second in the sisterhood trio, has also fallen madly in love with a fireman and now they both are determined to help Christine find that "special someone" out there for her. A task greatly complicated by Shawn and Bert because Christine has vowed to settle for no one short of their equal.
Even though this should be the happiest time of her life, CJ's mind is a jumble of worries.
Will Shawn's constant over protectiveness cause her to call off the wedding? A move that would not only devastate Shawn but forever destroy their friendship with Shannon and Bert.
By agreeing to help the girls from GenerateHope will it drag her back to the life she's tried so desperately to put behind her?
Is a joint wedding and honeymoon really a good idea or will spending so much time together drive a wedge between the two couples and shatter the bonds of the friendship they all cherish?
And what about CJ's strange dreams? The ones that stop being dreams and become reality? Are they truly dreams or warnings she needs to heed?
Quotes from readers.
My boyfriend's a fireman. After reading about the wedding reception, and the song Paige and Jessie wrote and everybody sang ... I can't stop singing it to him.
OMG! I want Bob to plan my wedding! And reception!
Forget the wedding..... he's definitely doing my honeymoon!
I want into the sisterhood!
The latest release incorporates reader suggestions and corrections found during editing. There has been no change to the story line that readers have loved. So, if you purchased a previous release, there is no need to repurchase this latest release.
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About the Author
Bob is a diverse author, editor, speaker, workshop presenter and blogger with multiple published books: his autobiography - Love is a Pretty Girl with a Cape to Share Your Dreams With, his romance trilogy - Horses of Tir Na Nog, The Beach Pool, The Heiress and the Dolphins, Route 66 and book one of his latest trilogy, A Sisterhood of Heroes.
His writing partner, Robyn Bennett (pen name Casey Fae Hewson), another romance writer, editor, speaker, workshop presenter and administration trainer, lives in New Zealand. Robyn also has multiple published romance novels - Haven River, Aqua Bay, Misty Springs, and Pacific Vines, plus a business book - Minute Taking Madness.
Together, Bob and Robyn have co-authored and published - Light My Way, a romance novel and a business book - How Not to Fail in Business Without Really Trying, dealing with how to successfully open and operate a small business.
In addition, each has published several short stories in the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild Anthologies.
Originally from New York, Bob's travels have covered most of the world and he has lived in London, England, Istanbul, Turkey, Houston and San Antonio, Texas, Los Angeles and Paso Robles, California; before finally calling San Diego home.
Bob's education includes: Studies in Creative Writing, Literature, English Literature and English at NYU, William and Mary, University of Maryland and the University of Delaware. He holds a dual BS degree in Electronic Engineering in Systems Design and Development and Project Management from Northrop University.
He has been an Information Volunteer, Interpretative Volunteer (Docent) and Volunteer Mentor at the San Diego Zoo for over 25 years.
Bob is also an active member of the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild (SDWEG), San Diego Professional Editors Network (SDPEN), Southern California Romance Writers (SoCalRW) and Publishers and Writers San Diego (PWSD). He also blogs for Books Go Social in Dublin Ireland.
He and Robyn regularly participate in local and international writer's events and signings such as: The San Diego Festival of Books, San Diego Writers Festival, San Diego Library Book Festival and Local Authors Award Program, the La Jolla Writers Conference, the New Zealand Romance Writers Conference, and the Dublin Ireland International Writers Festival.