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Rockland Resident Chelle Cordero Signs Second Book Deal with Vanilla Heart Publishing
Vanilla Heart Publishing of Seattle Washington announced that they signed Chelle Cordero for her newest novel, Forgotten. The announcement was made during an online book launch for Cordero’s novel Bartlett’s Rule on the Vanilla Heart web-site
One of the last things a woman wants to hear from the man she is making love with is "Who are you?" When Brandon asks that of Caitlyn less than a day after their Las Vegas wedding, her life begins a wild and out-of-control spin. Even though Brandon can't remember Caitlyn, Brandon can't understand why he is so attracted to a woman that his fiancé tells him he has no right to be in love with.
Forgotten is the story of Brandon Price and Caitlyn Smythe and a love which survives dangers and grows stronger despite modern day threats and personal baggage. This story is set in the colorful locales of Las Vegas, New York City, upstate New York and Chicago. Forgotten is an unforgettable romance about two people who meet by chance, love by choice and are torn apart by intrigue. Their romance survives a foreign threat to national security, kidnapping, personal tragedy and a murder attempt.
Kimberlee Williams, Managing Editor of Vanilla Heart Publishing, made a second major announcement during the online event, "Vanilla Heart Publishing and Chelle Cordero will donate $1 for every copy of Bartlett's Rule bought in our bookstore to AIDS Walk New York through April 28th. Buy your copies today and contribute to a worthy cause at the same time! Also, Publisher Double Discount still applies!" AIDS Walk New York, will be held Sunday, May 18th, 2008. The Vanilla Heart bookstore can be found online at http://shop.vanillaheartbooksandauthors.com/
To learn more about Chelle Cordero and Forgotten and Bartlett’s Rule, visit her web-site at http://chellecordero.blogspot.com/
Chelle Cordero lives in Rockland County since 1975 and in Stony Point since 1980. She is married to photographer Mark Engelman; they have two children, Jenni Salomon and Marc Engelman. Cordero grew up in the Bronx NYC and attended the High School of Art and Design and Fordham University. Chelle is a freelance writer and has had several articles published in local and national newspapers and magazines. She is also an active volunteer with the Stony Point Ambulance Corps and a member of their Board of Directors.