Portland, OR, March 07, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Author Brenda Ashworth Barry and Melange Books are pleased to announce the release of the fifth book in the Seasons of Love and War romance series, April’s Secret Storm. Book one, "Seasons of Love and War" (ISBN: 978-1612358437) was released in March 2014. Book two, "December Road" (ISBN: 978-1680460032) was released in December 2014. Book three, "The Journey of Elizabeth Ann Rose" (ISBN: 978-1680461176) was released in June 2014. Book four, "June's Stolen Rose" (ISBN: 978-1680461428) was released in August 2015.
Just when Beth Ann and Kaylob try to put the kidnapping behind them and believe things are calming down. Secrets that were long buried, come barreling at them like a storm. Everything Kaylob thought he knew about his world, turns out to be anything but...
New love for Frankie could also be on the horizon and will be brought about through the secrets that were kept from Kaylob. The question is, will Frankie be ready to settle down and give up his playboy lifestyle? However, through a tragedy, Frankie finds shelter and comfort from an unexpected person.
The saga continues with some heart break and happy news. But the big question is, can Kaylob enjoy anything, when his life has been turned upside down?
All five books in the Season of Love and War romance series are available in both print and eBook formats.
"April's Secret Storm"
Seasons of Love and War, Book 5
By Brenda Ashworth Barry
Publisher: Melange Books
Published: February 2016
Genre: Romance, Contemporary Romance
About The Author:
Brenda Ashworth Barry's first book was a memoir titled, "Healing the Voices Within," which was never published but sponsored on a local TV station and flew off the shelves at her Healing Center in Redding, California.
Her most recent work is a six-part saga of star-crossed lovers separated by the war in Vietnam, entitled Seasons of Love and War.
Brenda lives in Roseburg, Oregon, in the Highlands and has raised four children three birth children and one adopted born in her heart. Her husband, who was in the military for 21 years, gave her help and encouragement while writing her novel. When she's not writing she can normally be found walking the trails with her husband and their little dachshund, or in their RV enjoying nature and the ocean.
Brenda Ashworth Barry