Black Rose Writing presents The Promise by Anne Burnette

“Jace had never broken a promise. Kendal had never forgotten. Was it even possible?” —excerpt from The Promise.

Nashville, TN, January 26, 2012 --( Kendal Mercer is at the point of death. Her husband, Jace Deyton, who passed away ten years earlier, promised when her time came he’d return for her. While waiting, she reflects on their impossible romance. They met on vacation in South Beach and the chemistry was magnetic. He was from Fernandina Beach however, and she from Atlanta, a distance of over three hundred miles. The vacation ends and she returns home. After several anxious days, he calls, and they rendezvous at Underground Atlanta, where she experiences the kiss of a lifetime.

Unable to remain apart, the following weekend they divide the distance and meet in Savannah. There, Kendal falls in love. Next, they plan to meet in Charleston, this time out of romance and adventure, but Jace’s old girlfriend, Jeri Lance, returns. He breaks their date, and Kendal is shattered. Jace realizes he loves Kendal and sends word that he’s waiting in Charleston. She travels to the beautiful, scenic city, and they solidify a love that lasts a lifetime. Will Jace return and keep his promise? The Promise is a sweet romance with an element of intrigue, which tugs every heartstring with poignant pleasure.

The Promise, written by Anne Burnette, is actually a reflection of the many places and loving moments she and her husband shared together.

Anne is a lifelong educator who harbored a private dream of writing. The Promise is her first attempt. She hopes you will enjoy it and possibly recommend it to your friends. She and her husband live in a small cottage in Tennessee, very much in love.

Now available for review request (both hard copy and electronic). Purchase from and many other online bookstores. The book is also available for direct order via the Ingram Book Catalogue, Books in Print, Baker & Taylor. ISBN # 978-1-61296-080-7.

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