Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Book Spotlight - Playing Cupid Heavenly Bites Novella #3 (A Contemporary Holiday Romance) by Christine Feldman



Much as she loves her meddling matchmaker of a grandmother, free-spirited Aimee Beasley
is tired of dodging the dull and downright tiresome dates the older woman keeps trying to arrange for her.  So when she notices her beloved Gran preening in the presence of a distinguished elderly gentleman who’s been visiting their apartment building, Aimee is delighted at the prospect of turning the tables on her.

But her plans to match her grandmother up with the gentleman in time for Valentine’s Day hit a snag when Aimee realizes he’s the uncle of their downstairs neighbor, a stodgy thirty-something history professor named Doyle with whom she butts heads on a regular basis.  She’ll need to find a way to make nice and enlist his help, or her plan to see her long-widowed Gran happily matched again will never work.

For Gran’s sake, she’s determined to find a way.  In the process, she starts to realize that her cranky downstairs neighbor has a softer side she never suspected existed. 
And when it comes to romantic heroes, history professors may not have gotten a fair shake…


This sounds like such a cute book!  And - perfect for Valentines Day!  =)

Purchase on Amazon or Barnes and Noble



More about the Author: 
Christine S. Feldman writes both novels and feature-length screenplays, and, to her great delight, she has placed in screenwriting competitions on both coasts—and has even won a couple of them.  In 2012 one of her screenplays was featured as a staged reading in New York City at the Gotham Screen International Film Festival (http://www.gsiff.com/content/staged-screenplay-reading-1), and later that same year she signed her first publishing contract.  When she is not writing, she is teaching kindergarten, puttering around in her garden, ballroom dancing with her husband, or doing research for her next project.


 Please visit her at her website http://christinesfeldman.com


 or follow her on Twitter 




5 comments:

  1. Most cranky people do have really soft sides, I agree. :)

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  2. I hate to say it out loud or loud fingers but it would have to be something this important for me to spend time with a cranky person. The book does sound interesting.

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  3. This sounds like an interesting book, I love romances :) Plus my husband was a history major so I have a soft spot for history profs!

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  4. Sounds like an intriguing storyline....and a story between the lines. =) Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Thanks for the rec! Love novellas. They are all I have time to read these days.

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