Love in Maine

Check Out The First Chapter of General Hospital's Tie-In Novel 'Love in Maine'!




Poor, Molly Lansing (Haley Pullos). The little Port Charles novelista worked her tail off, penning a work of fiction, only to have a talentless hack put her name on it and publish it. Welcome to the world of a newbie professional writer, Mol-Doll!

ABC is offering fans of General Hospital the chance to read the first chapter of Love in Maine, the novel Connie Falcon-Crazy, er Falconeri (Kelly Sullivan) stole from lil Molly.  Here's a snippet of the prose:

Phil stared down at her. She noticed the tattoos on his forearms, indicating he'd probably spent some time in the Navy. She had to really concentrate in order not to stare.
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Disney's Hyperion Publishes 'Love in Maine' by General Hospital's Connie Falconeri

When will the Connie (Kelly Sullivan) madness end on General Hospital? Apparently not before March 26. Hyperion is publishing the novel Love in Maine by the split-personality of fashionista Kate Howard.

Those watching GH realize Molly Lansing (Haley Pullos) actually wrote the love story, but apparently Connie will take credit. Amazon has listed the book for publication on March 26, 2013. From the descriptor:

As seen on ABC Daytime’s General Hospital, the delightful first novel from Port Charles’s Connie Falconeri. Whether you’ve been a fan of GH your entire life or simply love a romantic romp of a beach read, Love in Maine is simply unputdownable!

Maddie Post--outgoing, vivacious college athlete--does not belong in Blake, Maine. She does not belong in a riverfront diner catering to boat-builders, and she does not belong in sweet Janet Gilbertson's $200-a-month guest room. And Janet's dark and stormy son, Hank, back in Maine after 10 years as an active duty Army diver, isn't without his troubles, either. Quiet and brooding, he’s happiest working with explosives underwater: talk about pressure! For all their differences, when bubbly Maddie and cautious Hank start spending time together, it doesn't take long for the crackle of summer romance to grow into a blazing fire. They canoe and camp, watch movies and read paperbacks, fend off Maddie’s aggressive ex-boyfriend and encourage Janet’s blossoming romance with diner-owner Phil, and even spend a romantic weekend in Boston. Hank is softening up and Maddie is starting to feel more comfortable in her temporary home, but does this improbable couple belong together? And what happens to their relationship when Maddie heads back to college and Hank starts traveling the world again on a mysterious, possibly dangerous, assignment? READ MORE