Opposites attracting is a common enough troupe. The bad boy and the virgin. The mafia boss and the innocent. But what about other opposites? Do you think it works? Older guy, younger woman? Older woman, younger guy? Romantic and realist?
Elsa Winckler's novel, LOVE, IN WRITING features two authors who have strong differences in how they see the world. Margaret is a romantic. She believe in happy endings but Graham only sees the harsh realities of the world. He's had his heart broken and thinks happy endings is only for fairy tales. When they come face to face, sparks fly!
A hardcore Science Fiction writer and a softhearted romance novelist clash on the sunny South African coast...
Margaret Parker is a hopeless romantic whose fantasies fuel her writing. For Graham Connelly, science fiction is the perfect genre to express his cynical worldview. A chance meeting in a lift leaves them both interested and aroused — with no clue as to the other's identity.
Margaret has been looking for a face to match her new fictional hero — and Graham's is it. Graham has been looking for proof that innocence and optimism still exist — and he's found it in Margaret. But fantasy isn't reality, and both Margaret and Graham are used to controlling their fictional worlds. Can they step off the pages long enough to find their own happy-ever-after?
She writes romance. He science fiction. A relationship seems unlikely, can love find a way?
LOVE, IN WRITING releases in January so be sure to preorder a copy as a holiday treat for yourself. You know you've been good!
About the Author:
Elsa has been reading love stories for as long as she can remember and when she ‘met’ the classic authors like Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell, Henry James The Brontë sisters, etc. during her English Honours studies, she was hooked for life.
She married her college boyfriend and soul mate and after 45 years, 3 interesting and wonderful children and 4 beautiful grandchildren, they are now fortunate to live in the picturesque little seaside village of Betty's Bay, South Africa.
She likes the heroines in her stories to be beautiful, feisty, independent and headstrong. And the heroes must be strong but possess a generous amount of sensitivity. They are of course, also gorgeous! Her stories typically incorporate the family background of the characters to better understand where they come from and who they are when we meet them in the story.
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