It was bad enough that her best friend/employer took off on an extended honeymoon leaving Jani to oversee the building of their new business alone. In strolls this tall, dark and handsome contractor who makes it clear he intends to become the center of Jani’s attention. But, is Rick too good to be true? Why is he the one who continually finds long stemmed roses on her car or at her door? What kind of admirer leaves expensive roses to freeze on windshields or be trampled on the floor?
Some girls have all the luck─ or maybe that’s no luck at all.
How often does a girl have two stalkers after her at the same time?
Targeted Audience: 21—-and over
I have lived my entire life within five miles of the Missouri River. My husband and I own and operate a farm that has been consistently owned and operated by his family for five generations. We raise approximately 800 acres of corn and soybeans annually; along with, maintaining pasture and hay ground for our herd of cattle
I have been published in non-fiction for more than twenty-five years. My autobiography ‘Dino, Godzilla, and the Pigs was published by SoHo Press in 1993. Since then I have had articles published in various national magazines and on the internet. As a member of the Heartland Writers Guild, I have been serving as editor of the HWG monthly newsletter, The Heartland Writers Journal since 2002.. Most of my freelance work freelance work through the internet has been ‘ghost written’. However my most recent endeavor was a series of articles written and published for http://www.7score10.com a Civil War website
‘Pigeon in a Snare’ published by AKW Books (May, 2014)was my first fiction publication.
Pigeon in a Snare is #1 of a romantic suspense series collectively titled, “Birds in Peril”.
#2 of the series, Roses for the Sparrow was published on Oct. 3, 2014
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The primary character, Jani, of Roses for the Sparrow’ was introduced in ‘Pigeon In a Snare’. In Pigeon, Jani is Lisa Cromwell-Hunt’s assistant and dear friend. After Lisa is kidnapped Jani is instrumental in helping to capture Lisa from Humsler. By the end of Pigeon, however, Lisa was a bit perturbed with Jani’s enthusiasm to just push forward full steam ahead. Jani doesn’t understand Lisa’s need to recooperate. So, after I ended Pigeon, I kept wondering ‘What about Jani?” And so, in Roses for the Sparrow we get to know Jani as intimately as we came to know Lisa in Pigeon in a Snare.
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