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I'm super excited to announce I am closer than ever to publishing my very first novel. As many know I have been working on this for quite some time, needless to say, I am very excited. I hope whoever is reading this is as well, 

(I now understand what a 'labor of love' is. And I don't mean a love story!)

Storm Season: is the first in a loosely planned series set here in the Pacific Northwest. Storm Season is kissing cousin to a 'traditional' romantic suspense series as Tracers (Laura Griffin). Set in the Pacific Northwest in the imaginary town of Skagit; Storm Season is tender, sometimes irreverent, full of nosy neighbors and help when the hero doesn't know he needs it. Our hero is a grumpy loner, yet ultimately redeemable investigator who meets someone he can’t resist in a shy, clumsy, recluse. Toss in the HEA, and we have a nod to the classic small town mystery, teeming with evil and wrong doing, waiting to be solved.

"They say you can’t go home again, Adam Klay doesn’t intend to until the death of his father, a famous artist, forces his return to Skagit, Washington. Cleaning up his father’s chaotic life was never on Adam’s bucket list. Worse, Adam finds himself inexplicably drawn to the elusive, terminally-clumsy, gorgeous, Micah Ryan. No way is he getting involved with someone from his hometown, he’s always insisted the best view of Skagit was in his rearview mirror.

Micah Ryan has been coasting on auto-pilot since his family was killed in a car accident a decade earlier. He runs a web business and has an irritable cat. He hardly leaves his house, unless it is for his afternoon espresso. His world tips upside down when Adam Klay rolls into town. For the first time in years, he feels alive. Unfortunately, Micah’s return to the living has been noticed and is not appreciated.

Someone has a secret. Someone is exploiting the vulnerable youth population in Skagit. Teenagers are disappearing, young women turning up dead, the dirty secrets of Skagit are surfacing."

 

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