**In celebration of General Hospital’s 50 historic years on ABC**
The follow-up to GH’s romance novel, Love in Maine
By Molly Lansing-Davis
As seen on ABC’s General Hospital
Last spring, General Hospital fans saw the drama unfold between Connie Falconeri and Molly Lansing-Davis over ownership of Love in Maine (March 12, 2013; $14.99 trade paperback original), a compelling and steamy romance novel. The next in the series, MAINE SQUEEZE (August 13, 2013; eBook original), picks up where Love in Maine left off, only this time the rightful author—Molly Lansing-Davis—gets the credit she deserves.
MAINE SQUEEZE opens when readers’ favorite couple from the pages of Love in Maine—Maddie Post and Hank Gilberston—are getting married. Wedding guests are beginning to arrive and we meet Maddie’s beautiful friend Stephanie Campbell, a nurse at the local VA clinic.
Stephanie, a cynic about love and relationships, believes she’s heard every pickup line from every sleazy guy in Maine, until Jimmy Post—a well-dressed, good-looking, and self-assured man—walks into her clinic and tells Stephanie she’s beautiful. Uninterested and thinking that Jimmy is just another creep trying to hit on her, Stephanie gives him a mouthful and a piece of her mind. To her surprise, however, Stephanie sees Jimmy later that night at Maddie’s prewedding party and finds out that he is actually the bride's brother and a self-made multimillionaire.
Sparks fly between Stephanie and Jimmy. But will the small-town girl and the big-city hotshot be able to put their differences aside and give in to their passions to find permanent happiness?
About Molly Lansing-Davis
Molly Lansing-Davis may only be in high school, but her maturity and romantic imagination often eclipse the adults around her as showcased in her (ahem) second novel, MAINE SQUEEZE. When she is not doing homework, she enjoys writing, exploring her musical talents, and hanging out with her sisters and friends.
About General Hospital
ABC’s General Hospital made television history when the Emmy® Award–winning drama reached its golden anniversary on April 1, 2013. Honoring 50 historic years on ABC, General Hospital is the longest-running scripted drama on television, the longest-running American soap opera currently in production, and the third longest-running drama in American television history. General Hospital was created by Frank and Doris Hursley. Frank Valentini is the executive producer. Ron Carlivati is the head writer.
MAINE SQUEEZE by General Hospital’s Molly Lansing-Davis
eBook original / On Sale August 13, 2013