posted on August 29, 2014 by Shirley Hailstock

The Marriage Pact

Some Like YouRecently I had a conversation with some friends about dreams.  Things we wanted to do when we were younger and whether we’re doing them or have done them.  There are the dreams that were way out of left field and we’re no longer pursuing them.  And then there are the ones yet to come.

Theresa (Teddy) Granville, the heroine of SOMEONE LIKE YOU in the Weddings by Diana series, is achieving her dream.  She wanted to design wedding gowns and this dream brings her into contact with the devastatingly attractive Adam Sullivan.

When you add the meddling mothers trying to get their offspring married and the fact that both Adam and Teddy are aware of their mothers’ scheme, they come up with a plan of their own.  See how their plan works…

SOMEONE LIKE YOU is available now in paperback.  The e-book will be out on September 1st.  Pre-order it now and it’ll arrive on your e-reader with no hassle.

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Shirley Hailstock

Shirley Hailstock

Shirley Hailstock began her writing life as a lover of reading. She likes nothing better than to find a quiet corner where she can get lost in a book, explore new worlds and visit places she never expected to see. As an author, she can not only visit those places, but she can be the heroine of her own stories. The author of thirty novels and novellas, including her electronic editions, Shirley has received numerous awards, including the Waldenbooks Bestselling Romance Award and Romantic Times Magazine’s Career Achievement Award. Shirley’s books have appeared on Blackboard, Essence Magazine and Library Journal Best Seller Lists. She is a past president of Romance Writers of America.

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