Monday, August 12, 2013
Monday, August 5, 2013
Small Town Texas doesn’t always mean small time crime.
Welcome to Antioch, population fifty thousand.
With a police department full of detectives and officers who are good at what they do, throw in the occasional FBI agent, and the bad guy doesn’t have a shot, no matter how big the crime.
They work together and fight together. Relationships will be forged and changed along the twists and turns.
When fate intervenes, love and happiness can be found in unlikely places.
If you loved The Heist: A Novel by Janet Evanovich and Fatal Error by Colleen Thompson, then you will not be able to put down this absolute treat!
Bad boy FBI agent and feisty widowed police detective collide pursuing a human trafficker in small town Texas on their way to true love.
Bad boy, married to his job FBI agent Cole Lucas always gets his man. So when the unthinkable happens and one gets away, Cole grits his teeth and hunts human trafficker Carlo Maldonado all the way to Antioch, Texas, where he collides with Detective Andi MacLaren.
Cole doesn’t do small towns and doesn’t get involved with women he works with, but Andi tempts him in ways he doesn’t want to acknowledge.
Two murders, her partner shot and leading the investigation on her own, the last thing Andi needs is a cocky FBI agent who sees her as no more than a tagalong.
Widow and single mother Andi is used to being on her own. When Cole gets stuck without a place to stay, crashing on her couch puts them in dangerous territory.
Attraction and passion bring Andi to a place she’d left behind when her husband died. Her three-year-old son quickly wiggles his way into Cole’s heart, and he starts contemplating things—family, love—that he’d never planned for himself.
Can being forced to work together make them stronger or will their differences jeopardize their case and their hearts?
C.A. is originally from Ohio, but got to Texas as soon as she could. She is married and has a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice.
She works with kids when she’s not writing.
She’s always wanted to be a writer and is overjoyed to share her stories with the world.
Monday, May 13, 2013
I’m sitting here, wondering what I should write about, and the only thing that comes to mind is—food. I’m hungry, but what I want—bacon, eggs, hash browns, ect.—isn’t on my list of what I can eat. You see, I’ve put myself on a diet—again.
|Yes, I was a skater girl|
Monday, May 6, 2013
So, I’ve challenged myself, and I’m challenging you as well, to take care of you.
Next is taking care of my health. I already have a chiropractor that I see once a month. The Doc has kept me together for going on 7 years and I can’t thank him enough. Whatever your profession demands of you, I recommend getting an adjustment.
I also recommend getting a yearly physical. Don’t be afraid of what the test results say. It’s better to know in advance what ails you and what you need to do to correct it. Eat right. Snack healthy. Exercise regularly. Most important, take care of YOU!
Monday, April 29, 2013
|Another shot of my desk|
Monday, April 22, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
The tinkling of a small brook can be heard as its water slowly makes its way toward the lake.
There’s a crispness to the air that demands the crackling of an outdoor fire.
I still have the beauty of Spring in Texas without natures critters crawling into my bed,
the opportunity to make new friends,
and sitting outside by the fire, drinking an ice cold margarita with my husband is the perfect getaway for me.
Monday, April 1, 2013
Monday, March 25, 2013
By the way, the winner for the T-shirt is Dawn Colclasure!
Monday, March 18, 2013
Here's the madness, they have a 3 inch heal. I'm not used to wearing heals and I spent half the night walking around in my socks. What bonehead dressed me that morning? Oh, that's right, ME.
What bonehead idea have you had that you regret? And remember, we're making this one fun.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
|Kelly and baby Serenity|
|She is a princess|
|That's me on the right, my eldest on the left|
Monday, January 28, 2013
Divergent Lives is the story of fraternal twins - one male; one female -- born to immigrant parents in New York City on December 12, 1962. They are separated at birth by the attending physician. One is sold on the black market to a couple living in rural Pennsylvania. The other remains with the biological parents. Neither twin knows the other exists. Each shows signs of sociopathic tendencies as young teenagers. One becomes a serial killer and we learn of an unexpected secret. Each murder that is committed by this twin is more gruesome than the last.