Sparking a Change

Sparking a Change book cover


T
o earn a full-time position as a newspaper editor, Meg must capture the perfect photo of the Ducks Crossing Independence Day celebration for a prestigious photography contest. Her creativity flounders until she meets the local editor’s son, Hudson. With his escort, she’s charmed by the warmth of the community and beauty of the area. As fireworks light up the skies, will Meg ignite the spark of a new beginning?

Excerpt:

“Opportunities change. Can’t a mother show off her son? I didn’t say anything about getting married and having babies by Christmas. You can sort out those details later. Oh there!” She stood on her tiptoes and waved her hands wildly in the air. Aerial traffic might have confused her gestures with directions to an air field, but a moment later, tall, dark, and handsome in khaki shorts and a red golf shirt emerged from the crowd. His skin was golden bronze and covered well-used muscles that flexed even when he walked. Meg’s cheeks flushed. Christmas indeed.

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