Friday, April 26, 2013

Thistle Down:  Can tenderhearted Pastor Ian MacCraig keep a pair of prickly sisters from marrying the wrong men?
Emily Downey has found the perfect groom. If only she loved the man... Chelsea Downey is wild about her boyfriend. Trouble is, he’s two-timing her and everyone sees it but her.

Their thorny situation gets even stickier when the church ladies come up with a plan.

Can Pastor Ian MacCraig weed out the thistles and get to the heart of the matter in time to save the day?

The novella, Thistle Down, the intro to Wildflowers of Scotland novels, and the first scene of the upcoming release, Wild Rose, are now FREE at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/310079. Amazon to follow soon. Download away! The author thanks you.
About the author:
Twenty years ago, Sherrie Hansen bought a dilapidated Victorian house in northern Iowa so she could move home and be nearer her family. She rescued an amazing but very run-down old house from the bulldozer's grips and turned it into a bed and breakfast and tea house, the Blue Belle Inn. Welcoming guests, running the business and cooking wonderful food has consumed the largest chunk of her life ever since.

Before that, Sherrie lived in Colorado Springs, CO, and before that, Augsburg, Germany. She attended Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL and spent one life-changing summer in Bar Harbor, Maine. Sherrie grew up on a farm in southern Minnesota.

After 12 years of writing romance novels late at night when she couldn't sleep (mostly because she was so keyed up from working 12 hour days at her B&B), Sherrie met and married her real-life, romantic hero, Mark Decker, a pastor. She enjoys playing the piano with the worship team at church, needlepointing, photography, renovating and decorating historic houses, traveling, and going on weekly adventures with her nieces and nephews.
  
Sherrie lives in 2 different houses, 85 miles apart, and writes on the run, whenever she has a spare minute. “Wild Rose” is her sixth book to be published by Second Wind Publishing, a mid-sized, independent press out of Kernersville, NC.

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