“I endeavor to please and romance readers to be delighted to read romance stories of human relationships and to escape the ever-growing busily technical present society.”
BELLEVILLE, Ontario (PRWEB) May 04, 2015
When 22-year-old university student Kelly Gerard accidentally bumps into 24-year-old would-be hardware store owner Mark Scott, romance is the last thing on their minds. But as they bond during the Christmas season through charitable service to family members and acquaintances it turns out that their chance meeting was actually a turning point in both their lives.
Beverly Wilder’s “That November Weekend: A Romance Novel” (published by AuthorHouse) takes readers through Kelly and Mark’s contrasting lives and their day-to-day happenings as they fall in love. Beautiful, descriptively written situations entice readers to want to know more about the heart of the characters in this wholesome story without profanity or erotica.
Reminded of the beauty in human relationships when reading Danielle Steel’s novels, Wilder promotes the concept of rebuilding trust in a close community through faith in God.
“I would like the reader to trust in me as an author who will present beautiful, romantic and believable love stories,” Wilder says. “I endeavor to please and romance readers to be delighted to read romance stories of human relationships and to escape the ever-growing busily technical present society.”
About the Author
Beverly Wilder lives in Belleville, Ontario. She is a single mother of two grown sons and grandmother to two girls and a boy. She has been self-employed for 15 years cleaning houses and she is active in her church callings. “That November Weekend” is her first published book.
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