|The Bride's Baby
by Liz Fielding
romance that sparkles right off the pages into the heart!
Harlequin Romance (April 2008)
Liz Fielding's The Bride's Baby
is a short romance that moves the heart with smiles, laughter,
tenderness and emotion.
Events manager Sylvie Smith's friend Candy left her friend with one
huge mess! First she roped Sylvie into doing the planning for her
wedding to the rich, powerful and handsome Tom McFarlane and then she
walks out on the groom, the same groom who is now going over each event
detail cost, line by line, with eyes glaring. Glares turn into sparks,
an electric chemistry that neither Sylvie nor Tom can resist.
Now months later, Celebrity magazine comes to her with a proposition to
profile her company, as company that has planned some of the most
talked about weddings. Design the wedding of dreams and let readers
catch a glimpse of what she herself would choose. With a chance to
promote all the local Wedding Fayre exhibitors with the benefits going
to charity, Sylvie has others counting on her. Just when Sylvie thought
she had put the past behind her, her worst nightmare comes true!
Standing in her ancestral home, in walks the new owner --- Tom
McFarlane to overlook the events.... no way will he not notice that
Sylvie is pregnant! Sylvie might be able to design a perfect wedding
for Celebrity magazine but what is a wedding without a groom? Can true
love and serendipity provide what the best wedding planning cannot? Can
broken hearts find love beyond even their wildest dreams?
The Bride's Baby
hooks the reader in from the first paragraph and never lets go. Liz
Fielding's characterization and dynamic descriptions place the reader
right there, next to Sylvie as she goes down the failed wedding receipt
check list. Sylvie is a spunky, intelligent heroine with a heart of
gold. The hero Tom is a powerful successful businessman, an Alpha male
with a delightful wounded soul mix. From the beginning, the reader has
empathy for him. This man knows how to really move a woman, body, heart
The Bride's Baby
writing sparkles with emotion and romance. Liz Fielding writes
descriptions with beauty and precision. The reader easily visualizes
the scenes and the emotions through the imagery itself. The decisive
action of an article of clothing or a certain color reappearing make
the story vibrant and alive. Liz Fielding writes memorable moments and
action scenes packed with the perfect mix of concrete description and
imagery that stay in the memory long after the reader places the book
on a bookshelf.
The plot of The Bride's Baby
moves smoothly from energetic romantic conflict to moments of powerful
chemistry between the hero and heroine, from conflict to heartwarming
tenderness, with several wonderful surprises along the way.
Heart-warming scenes in this romance reach out beyond the hero and
heroine's story to the reader's heart. The Bride's Baby is a romance that
a reader will want to share with friend's and family. The Bride's Baby is a wonderful
short romance that awakens both the tender heart of the young girl and
the deep emotions of the woman in a reader. A keeper!