Friday, March 09, 2018

#FridayFeatures Celebrating Southern Magic Authors #Romance #MakingMagic

Author:  Katherine Kobey

Title:  A Playful Journey

Released:  January 3, 2018


A yearlong love affair comes to a shattering halt and rocks Aubree Sellers world. She is blindsided by Marshall Keller's admission...
"I'm happily married Aubree, we can't go on like this."

Her thoughts scrambled to understand. Heartbroken, ashamed, and afraid, she reaches out to the only one who has always been easy to talk to. Her prim and proper grandmother Rosalie. A Godly woman like her Grammy couldn't possibly understand what Aubree is going through, but she has no one else to turn to.

Or could she?

With a warm and sympathethic smile, Rosalie touches Aubree's heart with her own surrendered heartbreak. As the story unfolds, Aubree rushes to a conclusion and knows exactly what she has to do. Confront Marshall. Rosalie doesn't stop her.  Will Aubree's spontaneous decision have her missing out on the rest of the story?


"For starters, it's probably a complete waste of time even talking about him," Aubree said, turning the volume of her voice upward. "Oh, Grammy, I'm so heartbroken. We've been seeing each other for almost a year and I had no idea. I feel like an idiot." She rose from her seat and shuffled across the creaky wooden porch to the railing where she could see her grandfather, Warren, on his knees digging intently into the soil around the rose bushes. "All I've ever wanted is someone just like Grandpa," she said, pointing across the yard. "He is the perfect man," she said, affection in her voice.

At thirty-years-old, she wondered if she would ever find Mr. Right.

About the Author: 

Recently retired, traveling, and enjoying life, Katherine Kobey hung up her career after over thirty years in the healthcare industry as a corporate executive to pursue her lifelong love of the literary arts. She is an avid reader and writer of short stories and poems. Now, as a first time novelist, she contributes her achievement to the many women who have shared their personal experiences from the heart. The emotional transformation of their stories to words has been the inspiration of her literary work. Katherine believes as music is to the ears, so is  writing to the heart. When she is not traveling, she spends her time in Birmingham, Alabama, with her family.

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