Friday, June 5, 2015

Do you like small towns?

Check out this new book from Sharon McGregor.

Fiona's Knight of Dreams

Inspiration for the story:
I grew up in a small prairie town and although I've strayed geographically, there are parts of that upbringing that will always be with me. Small town North America may be a little humdrum, as Fiona feels, but there is a sense of family and commitment to others that I've never been able to duplicate since. That's what I was trying to express when I began Fiona's Knight of Dreams-the sense of belonging. Decades later, I can walk into my hometown and feel a blanket of comfort and peace settle over me. It's Home. As Robert Frost said 'Home is the place where, when you have to go there, They have to take you in.’

 The good ladies of 1947 Timber are ready to find a wife for their new single minister.  Charles has ideas of his own when he meets Fiona, the lovely accident-prone and outspoken part-time librarian. Fiona, on the other hand, is holding out for a knight on a white charger to carry her away from her humdrum small town life. Fiona and Charles are thrown together as they begin to solve an old mystery which has turned up in a library book. Will Fiona's white knight ever show up to sweep her away? Will Charles ever run out of invitations for cream cakes and lemon slice? Fiona might just discover the sound of hoof-beats when she least expects it.

Bio- Sharon McGregor is a prairie girl who has been working her way west to escape the cold. She now lives on beautiful Vancouver Island. She hasn't escaped her roots, though, as her romances are set in small town North America. When not writing or reading, she operates a shave ice concession with her daughter and follows her grandchildren's athletic endeavours. She has a constant battle with her cat Zoey for control of her computer keyboard. Sharon loves to write romance, mystery and humor, if possible all three at the same time.


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1 comment:

Sharon McGregor said...

Thanks so much for inviting me to your blog, Paula.