Louisiana (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
Insightful and engaging, The Wineberg features a tale of triumph over trials as one family struggles through the relics of past experiences and fights its way towards wisdom and enlightenment. Created by author S.D. Hill, this captivating romance fiction paints a journey of courage, strength and endurance amidst times of adversity, regret and immeasurable remorse.
Set in the backdrop of Culgatta, Texas, this story introduces four central characters, Rebecca Wineberg, Lorenzo Jenkins, Charlie Haden and Holt Wineberg, whose decisions and actions in the past continuously plague their current intertwined lives. A western love story that offers a series of compelling episodes, this book is glazed with riveting twists and turns that will definitely shock its readers. Glazed with action-packed scenes and poignant, touching chapters, this exhilarating book offers a story that is unlike any other romantic tales.
In the end, not only will readers find themselves entertained, but they will also gain a whole new sense of appreciation for the true beauty of love and forgiveness, which are gradual yet necessary stages that enable one to let go of resentment and move forward – a rite of passage for anybody who yearns for a life of fulfillment and happiness.
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About the Author
After having transient ischemic attacks that could not be explained, it was discovered that author S.D. Hill had an unruptured aneurysm, which was recently coiled. Forced to realize that time is fleeting, she understood that people should not put things off and that every day is a blessing and a gift. As a wife, mother, and grandmother, she is thankful for whatever each morning brings.
The Wineberg * by S.D. Hill
Publication Date: January 17, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 259 pages; 978-1-4797-6620-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 259 pages; 978-1-4797-6621-5
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