Life in the fast lane has never been an easy place for twitchy high-society event planner Sloane Wallace, a woman born to privilege and pristine family lineage. But when a freak snowstorm and auto mishap leaves her stranded in the freezing mountains in her designer heels, a burly mountain man, unimpressed with her pedigree, shows up in time to save her couture-covered backside—and completely mess up her world.
WEDNESDAY’S CHILD: Full of Woe is the fourth book in the eight-book series The Extraordinary Days by breakthrough novelist Polly Becks. The first book, set in 1991, No Ordinary Day, tells the tale of an epic tragedy that changes life forever in a small town in the wild, mystic Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, especially for eight special women, and the mystery surrounding that tragedy.
Each book in the Extraordinary Days series makes a direct cash donation to a different charity or non-profit organization. Your purchase of Wednesday’s Child: Full of Woe benefits The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, a national nonprofit public charity dedicated exclusively to finding permanent homes for the more than 130,000 children waiting in North America’s foster care systems.
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About the Author
Polly Becks is the bestselling author of the new Extraordinary Days series of books, and has been making her living with the written word for 20 years as a writer and also working as an editor, curriculum developer, and teaching secondary-school Spanish. She has more than 350 books to her credit, mostly educational materials, as well as professionally published fiction in both the adult and YA market in a variety of genres, plus more than 30 Children’s books. She is excited about exploring the digital literature frontier and is honored to be the launch series for GMLTJoseph, LLC. She has two (or three!) children, and may or may not like cats.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Definitely racier than prevoiusbooks in the series, but that makes sense for Sloane. The characters are so realistic one begins to wonder if they have come to life and are sitting across the table telling Polly Becks their stories as she writes them down. And even as romance blossoms, the mystery of the flood and fire of Obergrande deepens. These books have become an addiction, making it hard to wait for the next one to come out. Like Debbie Macomber, Polly Becks is sure to draw you in, make you feel at home, and leave you wanting to visit this town and meet these folks.
Book four in The Extraordinary Days series, and it just keeps getting better! This one is spicier than the the others, but still has a warm heart and a good story.
The author continous to draw in the reader and deepen the mystery with this book in the series. Loved it!