New Duet: New Release by Cindy Huff

Cindy Huff’s contemporary romance, New Duet arrived May 1st on Amazon in e-book format. It already has 5-star reviews. Check out the wonderful cover.

Here is the back-cover blurb.

Isabella Melinda Wilson has been squeezed into the music ministry model of her controlling husband’s making. Before she can leave him, he leaves her a guilt ridden widow. Her mother-in-law is no comfort and presses the guilt button at every turn. Isabella flees to her sister’s home in Aurora Illinois insearch of her own identity and a new beginning.

Dan Sweeney has one goal. Be as normal as possible. After losing a leg, some fingers and his self-worth, he needs his service dog Brutus to help keep his PTSD at bay. Career-less and clueless about the future, he struggles to put his life back together.

Isabella isn’t looking for a new relationship and Dan feels unworthy of one. Can these two broken people heal into one whole love?

 

From Cindy:

Writing a contemporary romance after writing a historical romance was a challenge but so much fun. An editor at a conference asked me why I wrote a contemporary after writing a historical. I told him the  characters called to me. I had to write this story.

The struggles these characters face is in part things people I love have gone through. But the lessons they learn about life and faith are mine.

 

Cindy, Sandra Hart, Jennifer Uhlarik, and I have signed a contract with Smitten Historical Romance (a Lighthouse Pubishing of the Carolinas imprint) to each write a novella for their Cowboys collection. Cindy will be back in her specialty, and I’ll be writing my first official historical romance. This should be fun!

About Linda W. Yezak

Author/Freelance Editor/Speaker (writing and editing topics).
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One Response to New Duet: New Release by Cindy Huff

  1. It will be fun to share the spotlight with wonderful authors like you three. Thanks for sharing.

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