Tandy Anderson didn’t even believe in love at first sight – until it happened to her. She knew from the beginning the situation was impossible. For one thing, she didn’t have time to get involved in a relationship. Her demanding job with Child Protective Services required a tremendous amount of energy.
In fact just this morning she received a call that a six-year-old child on her watch went missing.
Mike Blanchard felt sure Tandy Anderson would not fit into his future plans. He needed someone who could be supportive and understanding about his calling. There would be times when his work took priority over everything else. He needed to choose his life partner carefully.
There was no way it could ever work out. Was it worth a try?
Worth the Candle is a bucket list project. When I first started writing fiction (around the turn of the century) I thought of a story line I might one day write. A tale of love-at-first-sight that would travel past the Lover’s Lane of happily ever after to the bumpy road of reality.
For various reasons, other books were written first but finally here is the story of a relationship that might not always be smooth, but is Worth the Candle.
Book signing to be scheduled in February. Worth the Candle is for sale on Kindle and paperback at Amazon.com.
And of course, the back seat of my car.
Dorothy Johnson says
Congratulations, Dot! I’m sure it will be another good read. I look forward to doing that soon.
Julee Holder says
I’m so proud of you. Can’t wait to read this one. Love you, lady.
I can’t wait to read it (again)!!!
Carla Choate says
Save one from the back seat of your car for me, please! Looking forward to reading it!