It’s here! The NEW cover for Rachel Walter’s first book in her New Adult Pocono Valley Romance Series, A Message of Flowers! Now, here’s the cover for A Message of Flowers!
About A Message of Flowers:
White Carnations – pure love, sweet and
Daisy – Innocence, beauty, simplicity.
To florist, Georgina Nickols, every flower has a meaning
and a purpose. Flowers are something she knows, lives, and breathes. But when
they start mysteriously showing up on her porch, she’s unsure of their meaning,
and of who is leaving them.
What do these flowers mean to the messenger?
An old friend from high school, Corbin Waylay, moves back
to town. When he shows up, he stirs up all kinds of trouble for Georgina. Her
life-long friend, SidTrail, hates him and makes that fact clear to Georgina. But despite the warnings from her friend, she
just can’t help the feelings that resurface. The feelings she hasn’t felt for
anyone since high school graduation, the feelings that only Corbin can induce.
As Corbin moves closer into her life, it causes a rift
between her and Sid. The mystery flowers continue to appear and begin to add to
the stresses of life.
Love, secrets, pain, and lies surround Georgina,
putting her trust to the test.
When the messenger is finally revealed, will the meaning of
the flowers be enough to repair the damage of those hidden secrets?
Forget Me Nots – Remember me forever, good
Single Red Rose – I love you.
Rachel lives in Central Pennsylvania, is a stay at home mom, and has a
wonderful husband, total of 4 kids, 3 of which are step kids. She’s a true
Pittsburgh Penguins and Steelers fan. She’s an insomniac that loves coffee,
Johnny Depp movies and bonfires, dislikes driving on the interstate, bugs of
any kind, and a too quiet house. When she’s not playing with the people inside
her head, making her family think she belongs in the loony bin or writing, she
enjoys spending time with her family, finding new music, new books, helping
someone or plotting something equally crazy with her Critique Partners. Be sure
to check out her debut YA Paranormal True