Sweet Romance Novel +16

Standalone Novel

Do you think society is unfair on women? Do you think it is fair that a woman raising her children alone is branded a bad mother for one thing or another, while a man raising his children alone evokes sympathetic looks and words of support and encouragement?
Yes, Alexis knows how unfair society is, because day after day life makes sure to let her know. And if not, there’s always Bethany Malone to remind her that as a mother and woman, she’s a disaster.

But Alexis shrugs off the comments of others —for the most part. As long as her children have food on the table, a roof over their heads, and her; especially her, to give them the love that only a mother knows how to give.

As for Henry, he’s a widower, whose wife’s sudden death coupled with his daughter’s looming adolescence isn’t making life easy for him. Fortunately, he doesn’t want for help although he’s not amused by the pity shown him and the way that, being a man, he’s considered to be useless both in the home and in raising his daughter.

What will happen when Henry and Alexis cross paths and discover that they can support each other as a team, even when their lives are so different?

About me…

I am a Spanish indie writer with more than 30 self-published books and more than 45,000 copies sold.
I write Romance fiction books: Contemporary, Paranormal and Thriller. Some of my books in Spanish have been translated into English, Italian and Portuguese.
In 2017, in the city of Malaga, Spain (declared Indie literature capital #mesindie), I participated as speaker at a roundtable organized by Amazon KDP Spain, celebreating the month of Self publishing.
I love to read, eat, dance and drink coffee—a lot!—I also love everything that is beyond what we cannot see: mystical and paranormal things. Maybe that’s what made me to study: Tarot, Wicca, High Magic and Reiki.
Now, I live in Malaga—a very short distance from the sea, which is great—I live with my husband and daughter who are my support and inspiration to continue writing.

stefania gil