In February of 2014, my debut novel, One Choice released. When the comments came in, readers wanted Princess Anaya’s story. (One Choice was about her brother, Prince Josiah.) I sat at my computer for months after that first release trying to write her story with no success. Anaya wouldn’t speak to me. I didn’t give up on writing her story, but I decided I needed to step back. And it worked. In late October 2014, I searched for her picture, which is my first step to start a new novel.
As I considered her story, I wondered what would happen if her first choice of the nobles her father, the king, approved of turned out to be a scoundrel. I didn’t realize how much of a cad her choice would be. It surprised me that he made it to the list of acceptable candidates, but really it only goes to show that some people can put on a mask of perfection and yet be someone completely different.
Second Choice begins when Anaya finds a note from her fiancé telling her he can’t go through with the wedding. You’d think her first thought would be for the man who left her, but instead she wondered how her father would react to this unfortunate circumstance. Well, since the title of the book is Second Choice, we know she had to make a decision. And quickly. Three weeks to find a new groom. Could you do it?
Second Choice blurb:
Set to be married in less than a month, Princess Anaya Vallis’s intended runs away, leaving only a cryptic note behind. Her father insists the wedding go forth as planned with a new groom. She has days to make a second choice.
Titus Vasco is like a ship without a rudder, floating through life without purpose. Until she calls. He accepts her proposal without hesitation.
But wedded bliss does not come easily. Two virtual strangers brought together by unforeseen circumstances must learn to trust each other and God’s plan for their lives in order to achieve the happily-ever-after they both long for.
Ginger Solomon is a Christian, a wife, a mother to seven, and a writer—in that order (mostly). When not homeschooling her youngest four, doing laundry or fixing dinner, she writes or reads romance of any genre. She’s a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, president of her local writing group, and writes regularly for two blogs.
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