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by Chantal Bellehumeur
After her unfortunate share of bad boyfriends and lovers, Veronica decides to try being single for a while, before looking for Mr. Right. A blast from the past gives her a change of heart, but she pushes away her new love interest right into the arms of his ex-girlfriend. Veronica secretly wants to win him back, but does not want to steal another woman’s happiness. After taking time to herself, she finds herself in a bizarre love triangle, and must make an important decision.
This sequel to Veronica’s Soap Opera Life is Veronica’s new and improved journal, where a story of romance is waiting to be told.
About the Author
Chantal was born on June 30th, 1981. She lived half of her childhood in Toronto, and the other in Ottawa. At the age of 14, she started taking acting classes to overcome her shyness. She enjoyed it so much that theatre became her favorite hobby. After performing in a couple of amateur stage productions, she joined a youth-run theatre company. Chantal moved to Montreal at the age of 19, so that she could study theatre at Concordia University. However, once her son, Aidan, was born, he became her number one priority. She decided to put her acting career on hold before it really began. However, she still worked as an extra in several movies, television shows, and commercials. She completely stopped this part time work once she found a suitable office job. She always enjoyed writing, but never took her work seriously until people started telling her she should. As a single mom, Chantal discovered that writing on her spare time was much more feasible that acting. She wrote her first novel, Veronica’s Soap Opera Life, in 2009, and developed a writing bug; it is her new favorite hobby.
Chantal still lives in Montreal with her son, whom she loves more than anything in the world!
(2009, paperback, 94 pages)