(Book Five in The Circle of Friends series)
Release Date: March 16, 2010
Synopsis: A new beginning awaits Heather Jennings. The position at Clemson means she will finally realize her dream of coaching basketball. Heather is ready to focus on her duties, using sheer force if necessary to prove her independence.
Sadly, her triumph is hampered as her father and greatest advocate lies dying of cancer. Battling her grief, she must also deal with a sister who appears incapable of responsibility or achievement. And once basketball season begins, a talented but cocky player who resembles her in every manner challenges all that remains of Heather’s patience.
Heather’s life changes when she encounters a man capable of handling her bold and feisty attitude. Straightforward and smug, he entices her to date him, and despite his gruff nature shows a great capacity for compassion. However, the last thing Heather needs is a serious relationship with a man equally fixated on work and opposed to marriage…
My review of The Circle of Friends, Book V: Heather will be coming next week - - along with a guest post by author L. Diane Wolfe, writing as Heather herself that I guarantee you won't want to miss. Book V has been given the Top Choice Award by FlamingNet Reviews (congratulations, Diane!) and can be purchased through Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Dancing Lemur Press. For more information, visit The Circle of Friends site.
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