Thursday, March 5, 2009

My romance

Got a link to the Harlequin website where you can create your own romance story based on you and your love interest's name. Here's my story abstract:

Adventurer Beauregard grieved the loss of his wife and baby. Then he discovers his son is alive—and living with an adoptive mother—award-winning writer Pamela. Despite the secrets and lies, Beauregard can't deny the truth: adventurous Pamela loves the boy. Yet Beauregard grew up without a father and won't do that to his own child.

When someone dangerous comes after them, adventurer Beauregard takes Pamela and his son into hiding in the Australian Outback. As he grows closer to them, he discovers much about family life. After his dark, troubled past, he's finally found faith and family. And he'll do anything to protect both.

Damn, I better go get that adopted baby so my romance life can come true!

Though, in reality, my friends are telling me, and I should be telling me too, to stay away from men for a while. I have this habit of jumping into relationships, never being alone. As I think I've mentioned. So, I'm stopping my Valtrex, and trying to find myself as an alone woman. But man, I could use a hug.

15 comments:

Susan said...

I want this link.

Hugs always end up leading me to further places though I can't complain about them too much.

Oh snap--they have harlequin Paranormal??

Pamela said...

http://www.harlequincelebrates.com/mystory.php

where did you see that?? paranormal?

Susan said...

There's a link on their main page that says "paranormal". I couldn't resist clicking it.

This is so awesome:
Super Successful Businesswoman Susan has no intention of buying into the unknown reaches of Mars's absurd werewolf legends. Until she rescues an ordinary dog shot with a silver bullet, and meets his adventurer owner, Jareth.

A founding member of the Alpha Force on a nearby military base, Jareth has developed an elixir that helps werewolves control their shape-shifting abilities. Jareth has always tried to keep his distance from the civilian population, but Susan's hopelessly romantic nature soon wears down his defenses. With attacks on people and animals in the area mounting, can their carefree attraction withstand their toughest challenge?

Pamela said...

I may need to redo mine... Yours is great.

Susan said...

It cracked me up but like I said, I could totally see that happening to me lol

M. Robert Turnage said...

http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Beauregard

What a catch!

The CEO said...

{{{{{ Pamela }}}}}

Jake said...

{{{{{ Pamela }}}}}

Pamela said...

MRT, now everyone knows my dirty little secret! Thanks for exposing me... sigh.

Monty, thanks,
And you too Jake!!!

Churlita said...

Hugs from guy friends are pretty easy to come by. I highly recommend taking time off from men. The best gift I ever gave myself was learning how to be alone without being lonely.

Squirrel said...

That is so awesome I can barely stand it.

Hugs! (Despite what Churlita says about hugs from male friends being easy to come by.)

Pamela said...

Churlita, I know. Iknow. Sigh. It's very very very very difficult.

Squirrel - hey, just because they're easy to come by doesn't mean they aren't appreciated.
Is hugging you like hugging a nut? Or a tree? Oh wait...

Squirrel said...

Yes, the squirrel and tree thing... constant source of amusement! Always makes me smile to think about it.

Squirrel said...

Hugging me IS hugging a nut, btw.

laura b. said...

Maybe you've found the answer for girlies like us...we need a little romance, so we're going to have to create our own :-) That way it is safe, perfect, and under control...the downside, yeah, hugs not included.