About the author:
Sada DiSena has been in the professional writing field for over a decade. With a passion for travel, music, and romance, Sada discovered a passion for penning romantic fictions at the encouragement of her best friend. She is the author of the newly released fiction romance, Two Weeks in Spain. Two weeks in Spain is the first book in the new series, Never Let Your Dreams Die.
Two additional books are in the works for the Never let you Dreams Die series and will be released in the next year. DiSena writes from her home in the great State of Texas, where she lives with her family. Sada loves to hear from her readers. To keep up to date on all the news and upcoming releases, visit Sada at www.sadadisena.com.
Two Weeks in Spain
Book 1 of Never Let Your Dreams Die
Ronda’s home life has never been pleasant. Her emotionally abusive mother has eroded her self-esteem, and pleasant memories of her father are few. Two years ago, tragedy struck her family. She no long wants to be the perfect daughter. If not for the love of her sister-in-law and best friends, Abby and Ryan, she may not have survived.
In spite of panic attacks and her deep fear of flying, Ronda takes off on an immersion trip to Spain. Though the time away from home will be brief, she can’t help but feel like it’s a fresh start.
One night at a popular club, Ronda accidentally collides with up and coming pop singer Vidal. They hit it off instantly. From slow dancing and a romantic walk in the park to her very first kiss, she feels her heart could beat out of her chest. Impulsively, she decides to ditch her tour group and journey with Vidal through Spain instead.
They both fall hard, but Vidal can’t help but feel she’s holding back. Are there too many secrets for their relationship to survive? Two Weeks in Spain is a deeply emotional story about trusting in love, following it wherever it takes you.
- Publication Date:
- 1537287346 / 9781537287348
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Contemporary Women