Tuesday, December 20, 2016 | By: Cafe

Tuesday Special: Dana Volney

Dana Volney

From the author of The December Deal comes another charming holiday story of finding love in the least likely places.

Silver Morgenstern had a thriving, meaningful career as a surgeon working for charity organizations in war-torn countries. Then her life changed with one flick of the wrist. Now she’s back in Wyoming, serving as an administrator at the local hospital. But shuffling paperwork is nothing compared to saving lives.

Five years ago, Fisher Tibbs founded the successful social program Combat Children’s Hunger. Giving back to kids brings a sparkle to his eye, especially after the loss of his own young daughter, but it can’t mend the very real fissure in his heart. Ready to see his child again, he’s preparing and planning a future for CCH that he won’t get to witness.

But when Fisher’s application to be removed from the heart transplant list comes across Silver’s desk, her next mission is clear: convince him life is worth the fight. But she never expects that the struggle to rescue his heart might just save her own.


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About the author:

Dana Volney lets her imagination roam free in Wyoming, where she writes romances and helps local businesses succeed with her marketing consulting company. Splitting her time between telling sexy, fast-paced suspense stories and sweet holiday romances, she likes to try new adventures in real life whenever she can (which, let’s face it, means tasting all sorts of delicious cuisines). Dana is bold, adventurous, and—by her own admission—good with plants, having kept a dwarf lemon tree alive for six months.

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4 comments:

Dana Volney said...

Thanks for having me on The Write Way Cafe today!

Angela Adams said...

This enchanting story really puts readers in the holiday mood! Happy Holidays to everyone at The Write Way Cafe!!

HiDee said...

Thanks for being with us today, Dana. This sounds like a wonderful story and I look forward to checking it out!

HiDee said...

Thanks for stopping by, Angela. Happy Holidays to you, too!

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