This novel is a new departure for me because it's written in the first person from the hero's and heroine's points of view, and also it's set partly in the USA, a foreign country where they speak a foreign language. I had to learn the language in order to write the book. I'm sure I'm still nowhere near fluent, but I'm crossing my fingers and hoping my Amglish will pass...
Here's the cover art of Magic Sometimes Happens, which was designed by the hugely talented Berni Stevens. I think it is totally lovely. The skyline at the top is of Minneapolis and - well, I'm sure everyone knows what the skyline of London looks like!
What's it all about, then?
London-based PR and promotions consultant Rosie Denham has just spent a year in
where she's tried but failed to fall in
love. She's also made a big mistake and can't forgive herself. Paris
American IT professor Patrick Riley's wife has left him for a Mr. Wonderful with a cute British accent and a house with a real yard. So Patrick's not exactly thrilled to meet another Brit who's visiting
, even if she's hot. Minnesota
Pat and Rosie couldn't be more different. She's had a privileged English upbringing. He was raised in poverty in
. Pat has two kids, a job that means the
world to him and a wife who might decide she wants her husband back. So when
Pat and Rosie fall in love, the prospects don't seem bright for them. But magic
sometimes happens - right? Missouri