Hello, all! Nicola Martinez, Senior Editor here. I hope the day finds you all well. I'm excited to make the official announcement that beginning in September 18, 2009 the serialization of an entire novella, Once Upon a Collar, will be offered exclusively to members of their White Rose Publishing readers’ group. As many of you know, we've offered free “micro-reads” to the general public, for some time now--and we'll continue to do so occasionally. But did you know that we regularly release these free micro-reads to members of our readers’ group? No? Well, now you do. And, membership to the group is free, so it’s a great way to receive free reads...
Anyway, let me tell you about Once upon a Collar. Award-winning author, Teri Wilson, brings us this modern-day fairytale. I can see the eyeroll now--not another modern-day fairytale. Well, let me tell you, there is nothing cliche about this story. It is fun, romantic and an overall great read that will keep you glued from first word to last--I know it did me. If you love fairytales, dogs...ROMANCE (and who doesn't right?) join the readers’ group today by visiting our Yahoogroup. There is no charge to join, and you'll get this wonderful free novella, and periodic free micro-reads as well.
Whenever Emilie Bonner meets a man,
she can’t help but imagine what he would look like on top of a wedding cake.
Since she spends most of her waking hours designing wedding cake toppers, it’s somewhat of an occupational hazard.
Somewhere along the way—perhaps after the first two hundred or so—hand-crafted bridegrooms, Emilie begins to doubt she’ll ever find her own happily-ever-after.
Then, after a mysterious encounter with a woman who could be an angel, Emilie meets a handsome stranger at the dog park.
At first, it seems as though Matt, with his big dopey dog and irrepressible charm,
is the Prince Charming she’s been waiting for.
Not only is he a sweetheart, but he’d look great on top of a wedding cake.
Soon, however, she discovers something about him that changes everything and leaves her wondering…does God believe in fairy tales?