Truths and Roses

General Fiction, Romance

By Inglath Cooper

Publisher : Fence Free Entertainment

ABOUT Inglath Cooper

Inglath Cooper
RITA Award-winning author Inglath Cooper has written 9 published novels and 1 novella.  She fell in love with books as soon as she learned how to read. “When I was a little girl, we had a black-and-white TV with rabbit ears. Needless to say, it didn’t pick up a lot! I spent a good dea More...



When Will Kincaid’s professional football career comes to an abrupt end in a single night, he’s left to figure out what he’s going to do with the rest of his life.  He heads home to the small Virginia town where he grew up and crosses paths with Hannah Jacobs, the only girl in high school who had ever rejected him.  It’s Hannah who once made him question the choices he had made, and it’s Hannah who’s making him question them all over again.  But with the weight of a secret he’s managed to hide from the world his entire adult life hanging over him, he can’t afford to question his choices.  

Hannah Jacobs had once made the choice to deny her feelings for Will Kincaid, at the time finding it the only possible option for a young girl intent on burying a nightmare she only wanted to forget.  The life she’s made for herself as a librarian in Lake Perdue is a quiet one, and she’s hardly prepared for the day when Will rams his fancy Ferrari into her dependable old clunker.  But for Hannah, Will Kincaid can only stir up memories she had long ago put away forever.  And there’s nothing at all good that can come from bringing them back to life again.

Truths and Roses is a story of my heart. Pieces of my childhood show up here in the fictional lives of Hannah Jacobs, Will Kincaid, Jenny Dudley and Henry Lawson. They're just good souls with their own battles to fight and hurdles to overcome. And while these characters aren't based on anyone I've actually known, they are comprised of the many wonderful qualities I've admired in people I grew up with. Kindness, humility, tenacity, compassion and determination. In reading about them, I hope you come to love them as much as I loved writing about them.

On A Gift of Grace:   
"A story revolving around a child is always a tearjerker, and A GIFT OF GRACE was no exception. Inglath Cooper is one of my favorite Harlequin authors, and she never disappoints. The story is intense at times, dealing with the issue of adopted children, and a situation that will hurt many people in the long run if it is played out. Recommended." - Reviewer

On John Riley's Girl:
5.0 out of 5 Stars Simple Country Life
"This is an amazing book! I can't tell you how many times I have read it." - Reviewer

5.0 out of 5 Stars Heartwarming, romantic and memorable  - Reviewer

On Unfinished Business:
". . .a refreshingly good story that shows depth and character and the power of love in starting over. . ." -- Shirley Lyons,