Title: Blooming with Love
Series: Ninety-Nine Roses Series: Book Three
Author: Mareta L. Miller
Release Date: June 30, 2016
Julia believed that she was doing what was best for him when she made him go back to California. She made the choice for both of them because she wasn't willing to test fate again and lose another soulmate due to her selfishness. What she didn't want to admit is that the choice wasn't what was right for her. Now each day is a struggle as he sends a single rose to mark his absence and with each one she can only hope that one day she will find him waiting at her door instead. He took her heart with him but left a part of his behind. Derick didn't fight her when she told him he had to go. He understood why she was willing to sacrifice what they had; he had a son that needed him. What he refused to understand was why he couldn't have them both. He wanted the love of his life and the child he always yearned for. Now, more than three thousand miles away, it's clear what he has to do, and he won't rest until he's able to hold her again. Both feel helpless as their second chance is being ripped from them. More pain will be endured, and more hope will seem lost. Will fate unmask the power it's held over these two hearts from the very beginning? But even more, can true love really prevail?
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My name is Mareta L. Miller, and I’m a thirty-something-year-old Las Vegas native. Trust me when I say that growing up in Vegas, is not as awesome as it sounds. I’ve never lived in a casino and I’ve never been a stripper or a showgirl, but I have spotted Elvis no less than twice a day, my entire life. I’m just your average wife and mother of ten. Yup, I said ten, consisting of three daughters, a stepson, three puppies (because mine will never be dogs), two kitties, and a turtle.
I wish I could say I don’t have to work outside of my writing, but I do, and rectifying that fact is on the top of my “When I make it Big” list. Working the standard 40hr week, doesn’t leave much time to write, but I take advantage of every minute I have. Late nights and early mornings make for really long days, but I figure I can sleep later.
My writing, which only started a little over a year ago, has become a constant need. It's been my way to deal with fear, but also a way to create hope. Hope that real love exists and can conquer. It gives me a feeling of accomplishment and I love being able to share my stories with all of you. I hope you’ll continue to follow me on this journey because this is only my beginning. Although my wings have begun to flutter, you’ve yet to really see me fly.
Read books one and two first!