What makes a book a page turner? Many things contribute to producing a good read. One factor is truly the key to it all; it's the way you make the reader want to find out what happens next in the story. If you took away genre and subjenre fiction, what would you have? You'd have what the market supports today: general fiction and women's fiction. I like writing women's fiction with elements of romance. This genre deals with women and their problems and quiet realities of their lives. My recent book, To Love Again, is written in that genre. Every woman understands the pain of lost love or betrayal, whether or not she has experienced it. In to Love Again, the story is about Tara Woods, a young woman desperate to leave behind a broken heart and move on with her life. She makes a solemn affirmation with her best friend, Brigit Houston, to stay away from any emotional relationship with men. Burned by a self-absorbed ex-fiancee, Carl Edwards, Tara has convinced herself that there are no men in the world who aren't scoundrels or who are not rotten to the core and couldn't remain faithful in a lasting relationship.
Then she meets Logan Davis, a good-looking man with a dynamic personality, a confident man who knew where he wanted to go, how to get there and could challenge anyone who got in his way. Tara was convinced that she was benumbed to men, but after one dinner and a night out on the towns she couldn't resist the sparks that wouldn't stop flying between Logan and her.
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