Sunday, April 23, 2017

When Hope and Passion Collide is Available Now

I wrote WHEN HOPE AND PASSION COLLIDE quickly because I loved it and also because I wanted to publish it before my birthday April 22. And here is is. It should be available wherever e-books are sold and if not, then it will be soon.

Pinterest pages will be along as soon as I have time to upload. Perhaps the task will not be as daunting as it was the last time.

I also wanted to let my readers know I am taking a hiatus from writing due to family obligations, so the next book in the series will not be available probably until Christmas. Sorry you have to wait, but if I can get my act together, I'll begin work on it sooner.




Lady Hope Curtiss is the most reserved of all the Dunbury Ladies. Small in stature, fragile in appearance, she is shy, quiet, and often overlooked. No one believes she will ever find a husband, most of all her. Yet, all the girls know that her Uncle Henry’s fondest wish is to marry them off. Her one prospect is the second son of a Viscount, a man who will never amount to much. However, Hope is convinced there is someone out there for her—someone special

A seemingly innocent conversation at a ball with a man she has no interest in, a light brush of  his fingers across her cheek, leaves Hope’s heart with unanswered questions, but in the blink of an eye, all that is taken away when Hope is kidnapped and brutally beaten. For six days and nights, Hope wonders if she has been forgotten.

Brian Thorpe, Earl of Helmsway, has been rejected by one Curtiss sister, and then practically trapped into marriage by another. He wants nothing to do with any of the Dunbury Ladies, least of all Hope. Unfortunately, he is the last person to speak to her on the night of her kidnapping. In order to clear his name, he sets out to rescue her.

Left to die in a remote wilderness, Hope is saved by a man whom she doesn’t recognize. Her heart falls in love with him, but when she finds that Helmsway has been instrumental in her care, Hope is torn between her mystery man and her knight in shining armor.


Anne Gallagher (c) 2017


2 comments:

  1. I hope you had a great birthday, Anne! Congrats on the new book! I hope the family obligations are good ones.

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