Paper Love (A Chicago Christmas)
by Aubrey Wynne
Narrator: Sara Sheckells
Length: 3 hours 21 minutes
Released: October 23rd 2017
Publisher: Plato Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Holiday Romance
The Book Junkie Reads . . . Review of . . . PAPER LOVE (A Chicago Christmas) . . . Was beautiful. Joss had a view of the world around through the eyes of one with a gentle soul and a broken heart. Ben comes in and Joss life was not the same. She began to live again. And we get a few moments with a pigeon and origami. Need I say more. This was a very quick read that satisfied the holiday required romance.
Narrator Review of . . . PAPER LOVE (A Chicago Christmas) . . . Sara did a good job relaying this romance with all it nuances. She allowed for her voice to set the tone and carry you through.
Growing up in a Papua New Guinea mission, Joss Palmateer is a gentle soul with a unique view of life. Still adjusting to a new home in the US and the sudden loss of her mother, love is the last thing on her mind.
Sexy physical therapist Ben Montgomery meets his sister's friend and the sparks fly. He takes it as a challenge when she ignores his advances, but it's her extraordinary inner beauty that captures his heart.
With the help of a stray homing pigeon and an old origami legend, Ben sets an unwavering course of romance to win her love.
Bestselling and award-winning author Aubrey Wynne resides in the Midwest with her husband, dogs, horses, mule and barn cats. She is an elementary teacher by trade, champion of children and animals by conscience, and author by night. Obsessions include history, travel, trailriding and all things Christmas. Her short stories, Merry Christmas, Henry and Pete's Mighty Purty Privies have won Readers Choice Awards and Dante's Gift received the 2016 Golden Quill, Heart of Excellence, and Aspen Gold award, as well as being a Maggie finalist. Aubrey’s medieval fantasy series launches in 2017 with Rolf's Quest. Besides the Chicago Christmas novellas, Aubrey will also release "A Vintage Romance" series inspired by tales of her stepfather, who served for the British Air Force in WWII. The stories will be set in the 40s & 50s.
Storytelling comprises the earliest memories of narrator, Sara Sheckells, and remains a constant in her life. She resides outside of Boston with her husband, and two children all of whom are voracious readers and audiobook listeners. Sara held a long-term career in higher education prior to establishing Sara Sounds, her voice artistry business. She especially enjoys narrating projects focusing on young adult themes, parenting, and historical fiction.An on-air host at WERS 88.9 FM while attending Emerson College in Boston, MA, Sara was a co-founder and host of "The Playground," a children's music and spoken word program. She went on to volunteer for several years with Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (now LearningAlly) where she narrated content ranging from textbooks to children's stories. Her forthcoming audiobook projects include "Saving Grace" by best-selling author, Aubrey Wynne.
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