Inheritance of Love by Carol Cadoo

Inheritance of Love
il était une foi (Once upon a time)- Book 1
By Carol Cadoo
Genre: Chick Lit, Romance
Bennett Montgomery was the bachelor at large of his generation in San
Francisco with no problems and no responsibility except to show up
and look pretty on the red carpet. But overnight he was forced into a
situation where he had to grow up and take the reins of the family
business or risk losing it.
His assistant gave him the devastating
news that he had the responsibility but none of the money or control
until and unless he was married by thirty three. That started a
series of events in his life that put him on a collision course with
his past, the future and his present.
Chevon Bouche grew up fast after she
lost her parents in a horrible car accident. She was left on her own
to run the family business. Scheduled to marry her longtime boyfriend
and settle into a life of boredom and babies. When in her heart she
wanted to sing like a bird on the stages of the best Opera’s houses
in in the world.
After an unexpected meeting with
Bennett, Chevon’s life was thrown pell mell into a new life of
glamour and prestige she never dreamed possible. But because of
Bennett’s past there were complications that threatened their
contracted union and other women were the least of the problem.
Chevon and Bennett were forced to make a decision but would they
decide on the money or an inheritance of love.
I love writing Chick Lit/ Romance. I recently re-edited and reapplied
the lipstick of my Chic Lit Serial, Deja Vu of Love. The series
starts off with Deja Vu Packing for the Journey the first book of the
story in the Deja Vu Series. As a writer, I am partial to using a
third person multiple POV style of writing. Although not well known
it is frequently used in Romance and other genres where multiple
points of views add to the depth and value of the story line and
character interactions.
I prefer moving the story along through the use of dialogue versus
narrative. I think it’s because I can give a distinct voice to all my
characters. As a writer, I believe that dialogue helps define the
characters as breathing, warm blooded people. I write about real
women with flaws who are strong and confident and ready to live life.
Women like all of us who don’t always have dinner ready on the
table. The one who acts inappropriately at PTA meetings once in a
blue moon you know the girl I’m talking about, it’s you.
I enjoy watching my characters grow and change as the story of their
lives unfolds. I try not to be a control freak and let the characters
write the story after all, it’s their life.
So if you’re a reader who likes to hear the voice of your characters
and share their POV I’m your next favorite writer LOL
Just a little something about me I’m a retired Actress, Director,
Choreographer, who discovered her real passion in life, was writing.
I have two sons Zachary and Garette I also have two doggie kids Hazel
and Harry. My free time is spent in the garden enjoying nature,
decorating, and writing. I would love to have feedback from readers I
think we are always curious about what people think of our work.
So, here is my suggestion get a great glass of red wine, start the bubble
bath grab a couple of chocolate covered caramels with sea salt and
enjoy a good book. I hope you love and enjoy reading the characters
with minimally twice the enjoyment I had writing them to life.
May you enjoy all the bad boys of romance with none of the pain.
Deja
Vu of Love- Packing For the Journey (Book 1)
Deja
Vu of Love- San Francisco (Book 2)
Deja
Vu of Love- Zurich (Book 3)
Deja
Vu of Love- New York (Book 4)
Deja
Vu of Love- Coming Home (Book 5)
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