BLURBS – Timeless Moments
Five special couples, five vows to last a lifetime
A weekend wedding has five couples thinking about the meaning of wedded bliss. Old vows are renewed and new ones made at The Loon Lake Inn nestled in the remote mountains of Maine.
Ruth A. Casie ~ Forsaking All Others
No commitment. That’s what they’ve both always wanted. Or do they? After ten years, they’re not so certain. Will a small deception push them toward that next step or pull them apart?
Lita Harris ~ Till Death Do Us Part
When a married couple’s path changes direction, the familiar fades to a memory and new surroundings cause them to question their future. Will they continue along their separate ways or can they find their way home—together?
Emma Kaye ~ To Have and To Hold
When tragedy threatens to tear a couple apart, will a trip back in time to their wedding day save their relationship or end their marriage before it even begins?
Nicole S. Patrick ~ From This Day Forward
A weekend spent incognito at a friend’s wedding should be enough time to get a musician back on track after her career hits a low note. But when a college crush sends her senses reeling, will this Grammy award winner change her tune about the future?
Julie Rowe ~ Love and Honor
College sweethearts thought they’d be together forever, but a naked girl in the shower ended their relationship a lifetime too soon. When a friend’s wedding gives them a chance to make things right, will they find their way to a happily ever after, or will old wounds refuse to die?
BUY LINKS – Timeless Moments
CHARACTER INTERVIEW – I’ll Be Home for Christmas
Beth Alexander in Ruth A. Casie’s I’ll Be Home for Christmas in Timeless Moments
Hi, I’m Beth Alexander, a New York Times, USA Today best-selling author. I want to thank Starla for giving me the opportunity to speak to you today.
How did you first meet your writer?
I met Ruth A. Casie at a book signing in a Bergen County New Jersey bookstore. We were both signing our new releases.
Did you ever think that your life would end up being in a book?
Actually, no. I write them. I’m not in them.
What are your favorite scenes in your book: the action, the dialog or the romance?
My favorite scene was when I first laid eyes on Jarred. I tingled all over. You know what I mean?
What do you like to do when you are not being actively read somewhere?
I’m a romance writer. I love to brainstorm new stories and think of ways to put my hero and heroine in danger. There are times when I have no idea how I’m going to get them out on the other side, but they always do.
Do you like the way the book ended?
I find my true love and resurrect my sinking writing career. I wouldn’t have Ruth change a word.
Would you be interested in a sequel, if your writer was so inclined?
We’re currently in discussion with our publisher, Timeless Scribes. In my story, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, I presented a story concept. Timeless Scribes and Ruth liked it so much they encouraged me to move forward with it. It should release in May.
What is your least favorite characteristic your writer has attributed to you?
I had been snarky on a social media chat that went viral. My fan base abandoned me. Let’s just say my reactions wasn’t pretty nor something I want to remember.
What do you wear when you go to sleep?
What is your most prized possession?
My Jimmy Choos!
What do you like most about where you live?
I live in a small town on the Rhode Island shore, Havenport. My parents have retired to Florida and given the house to me, my two brothers and my sister as a vacation home. We try to get together every Christmas. It’s the time of year I love the most.
What’s your favorite thing to do on a rainy Sunday?
ABOUT AUTHOR Ruth A. Casie
Ruth A. Casie writes historical fantasy romance, the Druid Knight Series, The Stelton Legacy, and contemporary romances in Timeless Tales. She’s published by Carina Press, Harlequin and Timeless Scribes Publishing. Formerly from Brooklyn, New York, she lives in New Jersey with her very supportive husband Paul. Ruth and Paul have three grown children and two grandchildren. They all thrive on spending time together. It’s certainly a lively dinner table and they wouldn’t change it for the world.