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Monday, February 26, 2007

Hello from Helen Bianchin


Here it is February already, and although a little late, I'd like to wish everyone a wonderful year ahead. Good health, happiness and success.

I'm currently tussling with a Spaniard who came to life in November, only to take a sabbatical until mid-February while I share-cared my daughter-in-law, Melissa, and their 9 month-old babe, Calvin, following Mel's spinal surgery. Mel is lovely and the babe the light of my life, so it was a pleasure to be with them. Life happens, and family has first priority.


The Spaniard? Marcello Martinez resides in Madrid, and is about to discover his estranged wife, Shannay, gave birth to a daughter seven months after she fled the marriage and returned to Perth, Australia. Naturally, he's going to file for joint custody and create havoc in Shannay's life. Initially applying to take his daughter for a month's visit to Madrid to meet her paternal grandmother and various relatives. Something which Shannay fights against, fails to prevent due to legal pressure, and chooses not to let her daughter out of her sight. The sparks really begin to fly when Marcello conspires to have his family believe a reconciliation has taken place ...

The story has a May submission deadline.

Meantime The Marriage Possession is a Presents release in April 2007, followed by The Greek Tycoon's Virgin Wife in October 2007.
Helen

10 comments:

Annie West said...

Helen,

I love the sound of your Spaniard's story, especially since he connives to convince his family that there's been a reconciliation. I'm already feeling sorry for your heroine. Good luck with the deadline.

I do hope your daughter-in-lsw is recuperating well. Despite the joy of being with her and your grandson, it must have been a worrying time.

Looking forward to seeing your next books for sale here.

Annie

Loretta said...

I love to read books about Spaniard's where they were married and wife leaves for some reason, ends up finding out there is to be a baby and finally end up back together after being separated for a year or more when husband finds out there is a baby. Love happy endings.

Loretta said...

I love to read books about Spaniard's where they were married and wife leaves for some reason, ends up finding out there is to be a baby and finally end up back together after being separated for a year or more when husband finds out there is a baby. Love happy endings.

Jennifer Y. said...

Hello! The story sounds really good.

I hope all is well with your family.

Mona said...

Hi Helen,

You seem to like writing about foreigners. Read a few books for you and what can I say.. I like reading them too.
Good luck with your book it sounds great. And have fun playing with the new baby.

deseng said...

Hello Helen,

How is your daughter-in-law doing? I hope she is doing a lot better.

Your book about the Spaniard sure sounds like a fascinating story! I can't wait to read it!

Have a great last day of February! Also, happy March 1st!

Michele

Jennifer Y. said...

WOW, it's already March...the year is going fast.

Mona said...

Hey.. Congratulations Jennifer on winning the blog contest. By the way don't like March very much (lots of birthdays including mine).

liz said...

Hey Helen,

Thanks for the new year wishes. Hope you and you family have a good year too!

And cant wait for the Spaniard's story to come out.

Liz

Jennifer said...

Thanks Mona for the congrats!