Happy Tuesday All,
Wow, it really has been a long time since I updated. I was working on fixing up my new novel to send out, and had a bunch of other obligations so my life has been packed lately. I still have a lot on my plate, but I wanted to take the time to give a heads up on a few things. (By the way, new novel has been sent out, yay!)
I'll be guest appearing on another blog (scheduled for Dec. 3rd), I'll do my best to update the blog so you can get to the post. It'll have a bunch of my favorite Christmassy traditions in it, so stay tuned. If you're following me on Facebook or Twitter, I'll definitely have the links on there. I need to update my website--the last time I tried there was some sort of problem and it didn't go through.
In the meantime, the ever-talented Christie Craig has a new Romance out just in time for the holidays, and today I'm going to give you my official blog review of it:
Savanna has had a run of bad luck lately. When her mom was dying, her husband decided to sleep with one of his employees, in their house. She came back from spending time with her mother, only to find the two together. Now divorced, and having had to give up the house, she finds out that the fact she didn't put her car's title in her name is coming back to bite her in the rear...in the form of a Santa-suit wearing repo man all because her ex-husband screwed her over by taking out a loan on the car's title and not paying it back.
She runs to her neighbor's house--hunky cop, Mark Donaldson, to ask him for help. Unfortunately, his hands are tied and he can't do a thing.
And although Mark is unable to assist her, he can't help but notice how attractive Savanna is. She, on the other hand, has deemed him a jerk. (Albeit, a hunky jerk).
Unable to get help anywhere, she drowns her troubles in the form of lunch with her best-girlfriends and confesses all she wants for Christmas is her ex-husband dead with a bow tied around his.... (you fill in the blank).
What Savanna didn't bargain for was her words spoken in anger to be taken seriously. She comes home only to find her ex laying on the floor dead. This time, however, when she runs for Mark's help, the cop is determined to prove her innocence. Not only that, serve and protect take on a whole new meaning when Savanna's involved.
You see, for the first time in Mark's life, he may have just found the woman right for him.
But is it meant to be or will doubts and murder get in the way of could-be?
Find out in The Cop Who Stole Christmas. For a Limited Time you can get this fun novel for only $1.99 on Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook.
Have A Totally Terrific Tuesday!