Tuesday, June 12, 2012

We have a synopsis!

Finally got the synopsis done for my new novel! Here it is...



Kellan Anderson is in hillbilly hell – or at least that’s what it feels like. After enduring endless accounts of abuse from her now ex-boyfriend, Kellan makes a run for her life and finds herself in cowboy country. Leaving her fancy clothes and expensive lifestyle behind her, she trades in her high heels for cowboy boots and changes her name to Andi Ford. With her painful past threatening to catch up with her, hiding out in this small town seems easy enough – until one blonde hair, blue eyed cowboy steps in the picture.
Zane McKade has sworn off women, determining that they are all liars and cheats – including the new waitress at the local bar. After a rather unpleasant first encounter with the beautiful brunette, Zane’s radar is set to high as he believes this woman is not who she claims to be. When his intimidation methods fail to break through Andi’s barrier he decides to turn on the charm to get her to tell the truth. But Zane’s plan begins to backfire as the more time he spends charming Andi, the more he finds himself breaking his own rules and falling for her.

6 comments:

MK said...

Very nice Kim!

Kimberly Lewis said...

Thanks MK! Looking forward to release day. Hopefully that will be in just a few short weeks:)

Frank Criscenti said...

Love these. Sorry, read one romance novel besides Bridges of Madison County (awful) but your build ups are fantastic. Who knows, you tempt me with these. Hope if I ever get my d--- novel done I can write such a build up. Very satisfying.

Kimberly Lewis said...

Thanks Frank:) Good luck with your novel and best wishes for its success!

emaginette said...

Two things.

One--I finally can comment on Blogger Blogs anytime I want. woohoo!

Two--I've only written one synopsis and it was harder to write than my story. So, I bow to your greatness. A job well done.

:-)

Kimberly Lewis said...

It's great to see you emaginette! Congrats on being able to comment again:) And thank you for your compliment. I will definitely agree that writing the synopsis is way harder than writing the actual book.