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Harlequin Heartwarming: After The Silence by Rula Sinara




After the Silence by Rula Sinara
Book 2 in the From Kenya, With Love series
Harlequin Heartwarming
March 1, 2015

Blurb:

Does following her passion mean losing her way?

Marine Ben Corallis is an expert at facing death, but nothing comes close to the terror that grounds him when his wife is killed in a car accident the day he returns from duty. He's left to raise an infant, a toddler and a ten-year-old girl who hasn't uttered a word since her mother's death. 

It's hard not to care for the widowed marine with three young children. Yet he's still grieving, too burdened with guilt to fall in love again. And Hope Alwanga's future as a doctor awaits her on the other side of the world, in Nairobi. If two such opposites can't agree on a common country, how can they ever create a safe place to call home?

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ISBN# paperback - 9780373367184
ISBN# ebook - 9781460376201

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Author Bio:

After a childhood enriched with exotic travels and adventures (both in books and real life), Rula Sinara is now settled in rural Virginia with her husband, three boys and crazy but endearing pets. When she's not writing, she's busy attracting wildlife to her yard, watching romantic movies (despite male protests) or researching trees on her garden wish list. According to her kids, she's obsessed with anything that grows, including the seed of a story idea and the love between unlikely characters. 

Rula also enjoys interviewing fellow authors and is a Special Contributor for USA Today's Happy Ever After blog. Find links to her interviews and discover more about Rula at
www.rulasinara.com or www.awritersrush.blogspot.com. Follow her on Twitter @RulaSinara.


21 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the release Rula! I started reading and couldn't put the book down.

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    1. Thanks! That's always nice to hear :)!

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  2. Sounds like an awesome story, congrats on the release.

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  3. Wow! A book with babies? I'm there! Want to read, adding to my list.

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    1. Thanks, Laura! I do love babies and kids in general :). The first book in the series, The Promise of Rain, also has a spunky little girl named Pippa, who, from what I've heard, stole the hearts of many ;).

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  4. Aww! Sounds like such a touching story! Congrats, Rula!

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    1. Thank you, Jemi! I do hope it's enjoyed :).

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  6. What a beautiful story. It sounds truly endearing. I love how the main character has three children, all who I am sure will be affected by his wife's passing differently.

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    1. Thanks, Gina. They definitely were, along with their dad. As a parent of three kids, it was a pretty emotional story to write.

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  7. Congrats, Rula! I love the sound of this!

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  8. OMG! If I only hadn't read the prequel! Why? Why? Why? And now I know that the kids were so normal. Maddie was so cheerful and the change...sobbing...I can't put it away.

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    1. Oh yes! The prologue is important! I hope those reading it on an ereader scroll back and start with the prologue :). LOL, Nas. At least you read it now! ;)

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    2. Wait! I just reread your comment, Nas, and realize you did read it! Yeah, it's a bit intense...but I'm glad it was hard to put away!

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  9. Many thanks for stopping by Pen and Paper. Not my usual genre but I have been known to indulge every now and again, I've enjoyed my visit to New Release Novels.

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    1. I'm enjoying my visit here at New Release Novels :). Thanks for stopping by, Tracy!

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  10. I have seen this book around! It sounds like an interesting read- and sad too. Wishing Rula the best of luck. :)
    ~Jess

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  11. This definitely sounds like a tear-jerker. Congratulations, Rula.

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