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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Holiday Romance - Almost Home by Carla Rossi!

Hello Friends!

Today we continue spotlighting Holiday Romances with Carla Rossi and her novel Almost Home.

Carla Rossi has written everything from Christmas Pageants and school newsletters, to poetry, stage plays, and Christian music. After another thousand pages of humorous essays about friends and family, she completed a novel. In 2004, she joined RWA and her local chapter, and set about the business of learning to write romance. When she’s not squirreled away in her office with her writing partner – a Main Coon cat – she’s adding piano, bass and vocals to her church’s worship band. She has three grown children and lives north of Houston with her husband and the muse cat.

Carla is the author of two inspirational romances, Limited Light and Almost Home, and two inspirational short stories, Under the 5th Street Bridge and It Happened One Hurricane. Under the 5th Street Bridge was a winner in White Rose Publishing’s Easter Lilies Contest, and Almost Home, a holiday romance, landed in the HOLT Medallion Top Five and was a finalist in the WisRWA Write Touch Readers’ Award Contest.

Check out Carla’s blog at http://authorcarlarossi.blogspot.com or contact her at authorcarlarossi@yahoo.com. All current stories are available at whiterosepublishing.com.

The perfect road trip: 2 strangers, 1 truck, and 1500 miles to fall in love.

Detective Justin Hatcher and Cameron McAlister are in a hurry to leave North Carolina-for totally different reasons. He wants to confront his family about a five-year-old betrayal. She wants to escape the remnants of a failed marriage.

Thrown together as unlikely and unexpected travel partners, their trip is filled with both dramatic and humorous situations along the road. But, with God's constant hand in their journey, can Justin and Cameron discover that...

Yes, you can go home again...especially at Christmastime.

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