Joyce Zeledonis's New Book 'Those Black Roses' is a Riveting Novel of a Woman Caught in a Path of Intrigue and Danger in Her Life
LYKENS, Pa., September 18, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Joyce Zeledonis, a graduate of Reading High School in 1988 and a dedicated writer who currently lives in Auburn, Schuylkill County, has completed her most recent book “Those Black Roses”: an enthralling book about a woman who finds herself in a precarious situation in her pursuit of wealth and closure.
Joyce writes, “Soon-to-be divorcees Elizabeth Summerton and Simon Lafayette met and shared a passionate kiss. A year later, when they met up together again, the passion was still there. Could it be that Elizabeth had a chance with Simon? Maybe there could be. After all, Simon seemed interested in Elizabeth. But she was just a small fish in a big fish tank.
Nichole Svenson, Elizabeth’s half-sister, dreamed of having money—lots of money. And her life was on a slide, and Nichole made the biggest mistake of her life, endangering herself as well as Elizabeth all because Nichole wanted to swim in the big fish tank with the big fish for money. Could the game endanger everything that Nichole worked for? And who would protect them and keep them safe with a shark swimming in the big fish tank? The shark loomed in the darkness, threatening to destroy everything.
There are two different meanings for black roses. One is for rebirth, mysterious, and strong. But the other is darker—death. But love can endure everything, right?”
Published by Fulton Books, Joyce Zeledonis’s book follows a woman’s journey through danger and deceit that greatly changes her life and threatens to shatter everything she holds dear.
This book exudes with moments reflective of black roses and their significance in a woman’s life that emanates with conflict and peril.
Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Those Black Roses” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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