When a romance writer and her estranged publisher husband attempt to reconcile, malignant forces and a pending lawsuit seem bent on keeping them apart. After fifteen years of marital disarray, Henry and Sylvia Fitzgibbons (aka Lana Longstreet) independently contemplate divorce, their relationship relegated to Henry’s infrequent visits to the Connecticut estate and their once a week meeting at Chez Phillipe’s in Manhattan. But, not yet. There is the matter of the decaying rose gardens and the thirtieth anniversary party the children are planning. Reluctantly, Henry moves in for the summer, steeled against the hauntings that torment only him. As reconciliation seems possible, the evil forces within begin to target Sylvia as well. Like the strangling vines within the rose beds, Henry and Sylvia have become victims of spiritual neglect. Their only hope remains in surrender to a power greater than the evil determined to destroy them.
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A native of Central New York, Linda Rondeau graduated from North Syracuse High School and later Houghton College. She moved to Northern New York where she met and married Steve Rondeau, her best friend in life, and managed a career in human services before tackling professional writing. After thirty-four years she and her husband have relocated to Jacksonville, Florida to start a new adventure...leaving rural America to live in a city of one million. Of course, the more favorable temperatures allow her to follow another great passion--golf. While writing is her greatest passion, the author takes even greater pride in being a wife of one patient man, the mother of three, and the grandmother of nine. Rondeau's romantic suspense, The Other Side of Darkness, is the winner of the 2012 Selah Award for best first novel. Her romance, It Really IS a Wonderful Life is already a best seller. Joining her contemporary works is her first non-fiction, I Prayed for Patience/God Gave Me Children. Her next romantic suspense, Days of Vines and Roses will be available on or about March 21. Rondeau enjoys mentoring senior writers as evidenced by her multi-author, humorous blog, Geezer Guys and Gals, written by and for seniors. Her blog, This Daily Grind, is devotional in nature but also features the wit for which this author is known. The author is a breast cancer survivor and is available to speak to your groups about health and/or her books and ministry to senior writers. The author loves to hear from readers. You may contact her through her website http://www.lindarondeau.com, on Facebook via Author Linda Wood Rondeau, oodreads, twitter, pinterest or via any of her publishers.
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Book Description Helping Hands Press, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1622083350