VANILLA HEART PUBLISHING RELEASES
FORGOTTEN BY CHELLE CORDERO,
AUTHOR OF BARTLETT’S RULE
Seattle, WA, July, 2008—Vanilla Heart Publishing is pleased to announce the public release of Forgotten by Chelle Cordero, author of Bartlett’s Rule.
Vanilla Heart Publishing is presenting Forgotten in three formats; trade paperback edition, large print edition, and ebook edition in hopes they can reach many underserved readers with this exceptionally well-written and professionally edited fiction novel.
Forgotten is an unforgettable romance about two people who meet by chance, love by choice and are torn apart by intrigue. Their romance survives a foreign threat to national security, kidnapping, personal tragedy and a murder attempt.
One of the last things a woman wants to hear from the man she is making love with is “Who are you?” When Brandon asks that of Caitlyn less than a day after their Las Vegas wedding, her life begins a wild and out-of-control spin. Even though Brandon can’t remember Caitlyn, Brandon can’t understand why he is so attracted to a woman that his fiancé tells him he has no right to be in love with.
According to Kimberlee Williams, Managing Partner of Vanilla Heart Publishing, “Vanilla Heart Publishing decided to take a risk and expand the formats available to the reading public after reading Forgotten and believing in the skill, style, and story Chelle Cordero allowed us to publish. After the success of her Bartlett’s Rule, we just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share her novels with as many readers as possible.”
A professionally produced book trailer for Forgotten is available on Vanilla Heart Publishing’s website at http://www.vanillaheartbooksandauthors.com/Chelle_Cordero.html. The Vanilla Heart Bookstore has Publisher’s Special Discounts, and in the forum, will hold an online book launch party, to be announced in early August.
Vanilla Heart Publishing
Also, listen in on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/writeinthecity at 7PM EST, Thursday night July 17 – I will be interviewed by Sherri of Write in the City. Woo-hoo!