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Bashful Betsy by Debra Mauldin

A couple days ago, I introduced you to Debra Mauldin and her book, The Rocking Chair. Today I’m going to be telling you about Bashful Betsy, but first a little about Debra:

HeadshotI am a professional published Author. I write articles, short stories, short story series, novella’s, and coming soon: novels.

I’m an avid reader and love writing book reviews. I believe in author’s helping author’s. Writing has always been a part of my life. My passions are writing fantasy’s, paranormal, and women’s fiction. Most of my writings are geared to middle grade and young adult audiences.

Currently, I live with my loving, supportive husband, and two rat terriers, by a small lake in northeast Alabama. Together, my husband and I have three grown daughters and seven grandchildren; 5 girls and 2 boys. My grandchildren are my world.

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About the Book

Bashful Betsy CoverAfter living a sheltered life, Betsy goes away to College. She succeeds in putting miles between herself and her strict father. To her dismay, Betsy remains shy. Despite her shyness, she develops her first crush. What will Betsy do when her crush shows interest in her and invites her to the Valentine’s Dance? Will Betsy say ‘yes’?

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Keep reading for an excerpt:

Betsy had developed a huge crush on Roland the first day she had seen him. It was her first year of college, second semester, and one of her classes was World History. She had spotted him going into the door of the class just ahead of her.

Roland was tall and stood out in the crowd of students filing into the classroom. With his blonde hair, dark tan, and broad shoulders he looked like a lifeguard or surfer.

He was very smart and answered many questions the History Professor asked. Betsy had watched Roland during the semester. She noticed that he was kind to others, and he seemed to be unattached.

Roland caught her looking at him, several times, and gave her a smile. His blue eyes mesmerized Betsy, but she was too shy to respond. She found herself looking away from him, time after time.

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