Teresa tells us a bit about herself...
I live in sunny Weston-super-Mare, trying to hold onto my Surrey accent where I was born and bred.
For years I persevered with boring jobs, until my two boys joined my nest. In an attempt to find something to work around them, and to ensure I never endured full time boredom again, I found writing.
I am at my happiest baking cakes, putting proper home cooked dinners on the table (whether the kids eat them or not), reading a good romance, or creating a touch of escapism with heroes readers will fall in love with.
And about her book...
Just a boy standing in front of a girl…
Steve Mason returns from Hollywood after 15 years to catch up with his sister, Ruby. He’s miserable because the woman he was planning on marrying has dumped him.
He’s now worried that with his A-list celebrity status he won’t find a woman who genuinely loves him. Ruby devises a plan to disguise Steve, so that he is unrecognisable as the famous Hollywood actor, in a hope to help him find true love. It worked for Clark Kent, right?
As Steve searches for his not-so-perfect woman and has a taste of normality, his relationship develops with his sister. But will he find the right woman before he has to head back to his real life in Hollywood?
Where to buy One Fine Day....
Amazon UK Ebook
And now for Teresa's shoes....
A friend and I go to the cinema every now and then, while our kids are at school. And my friend is a bit of a shopper (whereas I am not), and we always end up popping into House of Fraser.
Well, on one of these particular occasions I spotted these Dune shoes, tried them on and saw they were an amazing bargain price of £28! So I had to buy! And get the handbag to match (which was also in the sale – but cost more than the shoes – work that one out). I’m not usually one for such high heels, but I have always wanted to own a pair of Dune shoes.
And I’m glad to say I have worn them at least twice without breaking my neck. Here, you’ll notice at the RNA conference Gala dinner with my fellow Harper Impulse authors.