My Beautiful Adra

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Adra accepted a coffee shop date with a guy from her performance arts college. They conversed well, but they were still new to each other. She ventured an idea on getting to know each other better. The idea... Game of 20 Questions. When he asked her what was most important to her in the whole world, she gave an odd answer... "Being a member of the Royal Family." What? What?! Ummm… WHAT?! More
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About Sheila Holmes

I have been in love with the written word since I was old enough to read. After graduating college, I taught high school until I decided I wanted to spend more time "creating". So, twenty years after beginning to teach public school, I "retired myself" and now I write full time.

After living half my life on the West Coast, we moved all the way across the country, where we now live on the East Coast. It is just the two of us after our one daughter had the audacity to grow up, marry, and move away. However, that "move away" is only five miles from our home.

While writing, I also own and run a website business:
http://www.marriage-vow-renewal.com

I love to create, whether it is designing marriage vow renewal certificates, marriage certificates, creating romance plans for married couples, or writing books. I'm blessed by the Lord to do exactly what I love.

You'll find a more complete introduction (with pictures), plus my other writing endeavors, at my website: www.sheilaholmes.com.

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About the Series: Forever Bride in 21 Questions
This is an 8 surprise-ending novelette series, in which each bride is given a written version of the Twenty-Question Game questions and answers she and her groom played on their first date. And, it's given to her right before the ceremony. But, there is a 21st question she must answer before they can marry.

Also in Series: Forever Bride in 21 Questions

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Reviews

Abasiama Lawrence reviewed on Dec. 29, 2020

This book was a breath of fresh air. The unique point of view, every chapter beginning like an interview and flowing into the tone of a letter. It was a wonderful and interesting read.
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