Friday Facts: I have Rebecca Heflin, author of The Promise of Change

It’s great to have you here Rebecca! So, tell us five facts about yourself.

I’m a Pisces

I was a ballet dancer in my former life

I have a shoe fetish

I love old classic movies (think Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn)

I’m crazy about Jane Austen, including fan fiction

A ballet dancer, huh? I do admire you. And a foot fetish to boot! I’m a sucker for Cary Grant too. It was great having you here today. Check out Rebecca Heflin’s The Promise of Change at Soul Mate Publishing, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.

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Sarah Edwards loves stability, but now finds life has other plans for her. Divorced, bored, and twitchy, she’s convinced her impulsive, sometimes irrational decisions are the sign of a mid-life crisis, and the contradictory actions and emotions are giving her family and friends mental whiplash. Her abrupt resignation from her job is the final straw. But a two-week trip to England seems the perfect pick-me-up for this Anglophile and Austenite.
Enter Alex Fraser, a.k.a. the Earl of Rutherford, who although a member of the lucky sperm club, prefers to be known for what he’s accomplished, rather than a fate of birth. Despite his family’s disapproval, he is determined to work in his chosen profession of acting. He’s always preferred casual flings with beautiful women who have no illusions of marriage. That is until he literally bumps into Sarah in an Oxford pub.
Despite an idyllic week together, Sarah gets cold feet and returns to the states determined to come back down to reality. A year later, the realization of Sarah’s life-long dream unexpectedly brings Alex back into her life, in what she believes is an ironic twist of fate. Will Sarah’s decisions leave her life in shambles, or will they lead to the promise of change?

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