Where do you go and what do you do when you haven’t found your true identity and desire? This is exactly what Anna Robbins, has to think about when she feels something missing in her life. An emptiness she couldn’t explain. As a writer lives in New York City, Anna wouldn’t find that answer in her seemingly perfect life. Especially with her wealthy parents and her successful fiancé, Jonathan.
Anna runs away and goes on a vacation. From the radio of her car, an enigmatic voice attracts her. Driving for hours to nowhere, she’s offered and accepts a resting spot in Northampton. And then Beth Lawson, the host of the radio show she keeps listening to, enters her life. The romance begins but also stumbles. Beth seems doesn’t believe in dreams and love since hers were shattered in the past. Their mutual attraction and connections aren’t stronger than their misunderstandings. Anna decides to go back to New York.
When a wedding date is set for her and Jonathan, life falls back to the same routine. Anna still can’t forget the voice on the radio and the romance she has with Beth. Should she come out and face the truth that she is a lesbian? Or should she live up to her parents and friends’ expectations to be the “perfect couple” with her fiancé?
Alicia Newton wrote her first romance novel at age twenty when she discovered that writing about girls was much easier than actually talking to them. Since then, her flirting skills haven’t improved, but she likes to think her storytelling ability has. After earning a master’s degree in English, she worked as a graphics designer and project manager but always came back to writing.
Though she’ll forever be a New York girl at heart, she now lives in Seattle with her husband. If she’s not working on her latest romantic story, you can find her reading, cooking or indulging in her unhealthy addiction to reality television.