The Vow by Pepper Phillips

 
The Vow AoMS whiteHere is the cover for The Vow, that will be included in Weddings on Main Street, our boxed set of eleven wedding stories.

This was a difficult book to write, as it is about a breast cancer victim.

Here’s the short blurb.

The Vow by Pepper Phillips

Coming home after ten years, Ann Normand is discouraged to find nothing has changed. She’s still not wanted.

Except for Clay Couvillion. He’s a man now and he wants her to stay. Can she forget the past and open her heart or will she run again?

Since I had breast cancer in 2009, writing parts of the story brought back those memories. But deep down, it’s a book about hope and falling in love. I hope that readers will enjoy the story and let it touch their hearts like it touched mine while writing it.

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About Pepper Phillips

Writer of Sassy Southern Romance Novels
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7 Responses to The Vow by Pepper Phillips

  1. susanrhughes says:

    My mom survived breast cancer. Very scary. I look forward to reading this book. I’m confident it will have a happy ending!

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  2. leighmorgan1 says:

    Beautiful cover, Pepper. Two of my friends, my mother-in-law and my sister-in-law are survivors of breast cancer. I think you’ve hit on a pervasive and visceral topic;one we can all empathize with. I’m happy to know you are five years out as well. Looking forward to reading your story.

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  3. E. Ayers says:

    What a wonderful touch. Crossing my fingers for my own health, it’s never been an issue in my family, but I’ve seen several friends through it. I can’t wait to read this story. I can only imagine what it must be like to fall in love after facing breast cancer. You put your heart into everything you write.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    I work on an oncology unit and see heart-ache and despair on a daily basis. But,Ii am privileged to be a part of hope and healing, joyful for those who have a few days, months or remission for years to come. Looking forward to reading the series!

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  5. monarisk says:

    My mother survived breast cancer after a mastectomy. Scary. Your book cover is so beautiful Pepper. I can’t wait to read your story.

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  6. Joan Reeves says:

    I would imagine there isn’t anyone who doesn’t know someone who has had breast cancer. Please, everyone, do regular checks and see your doctor if there’s anything you think is unusual.

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