Happy New Year!

And without further delay, I give you the synopsis for Torn:

After Agent Shane Baxter’s last mission failed both professionally and personally, he fled the States and changed his name. When Dixie Peterson re-enters his life, he has a second chance to make things right. Dixie is determined to find out the truth about Shane’s departure from her life two years ago, but someone else from her past is seeking revenge. Shane and Dixie are forced to confront the past, while their future is still unclear.

Booyah! My first Romantic Suspense has been signed, sealed and delivered to Still Moments Publishing‘s very capable hands. Editing is complete! Cover has been created! And now we wait for the Powers-That-Be to bestow upon us a release date. Sources tell me later this month, but that hasn’t been confirmed :)

Stay tuned for later developments.  I’m very excited!!!

Posted in Blog, Books, Torn
2 comments on “Happy New Year!
  1. Kim Mills says:

    Can’t wait!

  2. BFF says:

    So is the date for it to come out jan 29?

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