Hotel Marchand, Book 12
by Shirley Jump
Contemporary Romance, Contemporary Romance: Category Romance
May 8, 2007
Available in: Paperback
Indigo's opera house was a gift from Alexandre Valois to his wife long before the Civil War. Marjo Savoy, head of the opera house committee, is determined that the historic building will never be sold.
Paul Clermont, the current owner, has no interest in holding on to the property he's inherited. A photojournalist who spends his life on the road, he values his freedom too much to be burdened by real estate.
But something keeps drawing him backthe quiet beauty of the bayou, the stirring music of his Acadian ancestors or maybe Marjo herself. After years of wandering, he's beginning to wonder if this is where he belongs.
Writing has not only been Shirley Jump's Life, but also her passion. She wrote her first published article at the age of eleven and was hired as a reporter for a weekly newspaper at twelve. In the ensuing years, she wrote more than 3000 articles for national and local publications before turning her writing skills toward romance novels.
Originally from Massachusetts, she received a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, graduating with honors. She now lives in the Midwest with her husband and two children.
In addition to writing for Silhouette Romance, Shirley also writes single title romantic comedies for Kensington Books.
Readers can contact her at Shirley Jump, P.O. Box 5126, Fort Wayne, IN 46895 or by emailing her at [email protected] om