A GOLDEN LIFE
By Jeanne Hardt
Release date: November 2015
Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction with Magical Realism
Length: 69,000 words
Heat level: Adult situations
Buy Links: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B017Z6CREI (e-book & paperback)
About the book:
In the beautiful mountain setting of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, something unusual is about to happen.
Traci Oliver may be a best-selling romance author, but for the first time in her writing career she can’t type a word on the blank page. Book number fifty is supposed to be her best ever—her golden book—but inspiration joined her husband in the grave. How can she write about love with a shattered heart?
At the precise moment of the anniversary of his death, a knock on her door changes everything.
Characters from her books take on human form and tell her that they’ve come to help her. Of course, she doubts her sanity. Are they real, or has she lost her mind? When she lands smack dab in the middle of one of her own love scenes, she assumes the latter.
Her doctor says grieving is a process, but she never dreamed that part of the process would bring her heroes to life. She wonders if all people experience this kind of thing, or is it a weird phenomenon reserved solely for romance writers? Truthfully, the only hero she wants is her husband, and she can never be with him again.
Or maybe she can …
“Jeanne Hardt masterfully blends a touch of sorrow with heartwarming characters and humorous life lessons. A Golden Life is truly a wonderful story that will pull at your heartstrings and tickle your funny bone. I loved every page!”
Monica McCabe, author of The Jewel Intrigue Series
“With honesty and heart, warmth and wit, Jeanne Hardt weaves an utterly unique story filled with fantasy and romance. A Golden Life is a magical and highly entertaining read!”
Darcy Flynn, author of Hawke’s Nest.
“A Golden Life is one of those wonderful stories that will tug at your heartstrings while making you laugh out loud! A grieving widow meets a cast of larger-than-life heroes that, with a dash of magic, form an amalgam of true love. Jeanne Hardt shows us hope in the wake of loss and the healing power of a soulmate’s last wish. It’s a beautiful read!”
D.B. Sieders, author of Lorelei’s Lyric