A #MyNewLife & Country
Road Series Crossover Standalone
Genre: Contemporary Sports RomCom
iBooks release day: September 16
Amazon release day: September 21
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M.E. Carter and Andrea Johnston
are romance writers who have come together to bring you a fun sports romantic comedy!
Combining their sense of humor, beliefs in love, and sarcasm, this writing duo has crossed over
two of their most popular series – the #MyNewLife and Country Road Series with the sole
purpose of bringing laughter and love to their readers while tapping into their charitable hearts.
That’s right, 50% of all e-book sales for the month of September 2018
will be donated to charity. The chosen charity is The A.skate Foundation.
A.skate’s Mission Statement says it all: A.skate – Autism. Skating with Kids
through Acceptance, Therapy, and Education
For more on The A.skate
Foundation visit: http://askate.org
So, if you’re looking for a light
sports romantic comedy about a quirky romance author who (literally) stumbles across her
muse and finds out he’s all that and a bag of chips, then this is for you! Help us spread the word
and raise money to support an amazing cause.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
A #MyNewLife & Country Road Series Crossover
I, Agnes Sylvester, a successful
author known as Adeline Snow to the romance community, enjoy the simple things in life:
watching the X Games with my childhood friend Todd; taking pictures of interesting buildings;
and creating stories based on fantasies about my favorite skateboarder, Spencer Garrison. I’m
known for my extreme sports stories, and as long as no one ever figures out he’s my muse, all
But fate has never liked me and
now that muse is standing in front of me. Asking me to sign a book.
“Extreme Sports Superstar” is the
term the media has used to describe me over the years. I prefer to just be Spencer Garrison, a
small-town guy who happens to ride a skateboard for a living and is known for philanthropy.
Nearing retirement, I’m focusing
on my non-profit efforts and building a life outside of a professional athlete. My agent won’t let
me retire in peace and consequently a talented and kindhearted woman stumbles her way into
Sometimes happy endings
aren’t written. They’re lived.