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Cheryl R. Lane
Publisher: Cheryl R. Lane
Date of Publication: May 6, 2017
Number of pages: 288
Word Count: 92,709
Cover Artist: Cheryl R. Lane
Two Wellington brothers, Godfrey and Bertie, find love and loss in 1895 in the small town of Charles City, Virginia. Godfrey, the older one, is married and expecting his firstborn child, but when tragedy strikes, how will he carry on?
Will Malynn Selman, who comes to live at Wellington Cross Plantation, be able to help him through his grief? Meanwhile, Bertie has just proposed to Amanda Adams, but when an old flame comes to live and work at the boarding house, Adams House, will she tempt Bertie into being unfaithful?
She is recently widowed and brings her two children with her along with her own troubles. Will the two brothers eventually find happiness?
Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/P-zppqOjaj0
About the Author:
Cheryl R. Lane was born and raised in Tennessee and went to college at East Tennessee State University before marrying her high school sweetheart and moving to Virginia Beach, Virginia.
She started writing as a hobby while in college after purchasing Southern Heritage cookbooks, which were filled with pages of old plantation homes. She wrote more after moving to Virginia Beach and visiting beautifully restored homes in Williamsburg as well as plantations on the James River.
She has been working as a medical transcriptionist for over 20 years while writing on the side, and finally decided to self-publish her first book, "Wellington Cross", on Amazon through Kindle Direct Publishing as well as in print through CreateSpace. She has since published four more books and a novella in that series as well as starting a modern-day fantasy Angel series and has two books in that series so far.
She is currently working on her next novel, book six in the Wellington Cross series.
She is still married to her sweetheart after 28 years and they have one son and a Havanese bichon.