New Story for You: The Wedding Caper
I’m excited to tell you what I could only hint about before — a new story named THE WEDDING CAPER.
K.D. and Eric have one week. One week . . .
To learn enough about each other to pass as a married couple.
To experience the best pretend wedding the pros at the Rose Chalet can create as convincing background for their undercover roles.
To discover why too many couples who go to Marriage-Save for help end up with an Unhappily Forever.
. . . And to find out what kind of ever-after can possibly follow a make-believe wedding.
The Rose Chalet and the people who work there are part of the Four Weddings and a Fiasco world created by Lucy Kevin/Bella Andre. I was so pleased to be asked to write a story in her bestselling fictional world for Kindle Worlds on Amazon. It was great fun to venture into another author’s fictional world.
I hope you’ll enjoy this new story!
“Shoot, This Was Good”
I love that headline on a five-star review of Shoot First that a friend pointed out at Amazon.
Death hits close to home for Elizabeth “E.M.” Danniher – or, rather, close to Hovel, as she’s dubbed her decrepit rental house in rustic Sherman, Wyoming. Her elderly neighbor has killed a man apparently after her Western artifacts. Doing what she does best – asking questions – Elizabeth sidesteps her boss and a nosy, jealous anchorman to inquire into an eccentric billionaire, ambitious curator, rival collectors, family feuds, and Cottonwood County crimes from a century ago. As she digs deeper, Elizabeth is helped by friends. That’s canine as well as human friends.
Shadow, the nearly-starved stray dog that Elizabeth finds in the back yard of her rental house when she arrives in Wyoming, is continuing to take tentative steps toward Elizabeth.
I had a great time drawing him more into this story. He’s such an important part of it, that he’s earned a prominent spot on the back cover of the paperback edition.
Don’t be surprised if he shows up on the front cover in the next book in the “Caught Dead in Wyoming” series next time around – which brings me to another five-star review of Shoot First: “I can’t wait for #4. This is not over yet!” No, it’s not. There’s lots more of Elizabeth, Michael, and Tom to come.