Ryde, NSW, Australia (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
Author Tess Neis surprises readers with My Own Winter Sun. Fame, fortune and success could be very tantalizing to many—but to some, behind the glamour, prosperity and prominence hides a distressing truth. Such luck comes with a price, and for Erik Robson, a quintessential English heartthrob, it was boredom. How far can he go and will someone come along to pull him out and give him fresh air to breathe? Readers can find out within the pages of this book.
This book follows Erik as he attempts to find freedom from his demanding life in the limelight. He is sick of the screaming fans and the flashing cameras of the paparazzi that never fail to trail him wherever he goes. He is tired of the attention that is always attached to anything he says or does. All he wants is to restore some semblance of normality and order in his life. As fate will have it, he meets Tamiko who turns out to be just the breath of fresh air that Erik so needed in his convoluted world. To many people, Tamiko is either an unwelcomed distraction or a fierce competition; either way, she is not good for Erik’s career. Could the people around Erik be right? Isn’t Tamiko herself running away from her own demons?
Provocatively intriguing, romantically passionate and absolutely mesmerising, My Own Winter Sun is a depiction of a story of life common to many—and lived by few. The story will introduce readers to a celebrated, rich and successful life, and at the same time allow them to learn relevant insights and life-changing lessons.
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About the Author
Tess Neis holds a master’s degree in English literature. She was a teacher for many years in China, The Philippines, and New Zealand. Tess now lives with her family in Australia.
My Own Winter Sun * by Tess Neis
Publication Date: July 28, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 255 pages; 978-1-4771-3304-0
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 255 pages; 978-1-4771-3305-7
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