Posts Tagged ‘Bullhead City’

Need A Vacation? Start Here!

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

 

Hey, enough with this Staycation we’ve all got going on. What we need is a real vacation or the next best thing–a great story to sweep us into fun in the sun, romance, adventure and a great time with sparkling, witty, sexy and even some dangerous people who just might be trying to kill us.

My new romantic suspense novel, A BUSINESS AFFAIR, is available today in eBook and trade paperback at all online booksellers.

I LOVE THIS BOOK!

Hope you will too, Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmelinda

New Romantic Suspense–A BUSINESS AFFAIR

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Available in eBook and Paperback April 8, 2020 at all Online Booksellers.

 

Financier Alyn Templeman has two choices. She must bail out her stepbrother’s business or shut it down for good. She’s used to dealing with high-class clients, but the sexy and former Navy fighter pilot Matt Barrett, is a class of his own. He thinks she’s there to give him a loan, but his sweet-talking has her mind on other matters. Accidents at his company evolve into attempted murder and treachery. Matt, who is falling fast for Alyn, needs to keep her safe. Yet, neither one knows who to trust. When it comes down to business or love will they get a chance to make it work, or will betrayal bankrupt their relationship?

Mmmmm’s Note: A BUSINESS AFFAIR is set near my childhood home in northwestern Arizona in Bullhead City and Laughlin, NV on the Colorado River. It was really fun to make two great characters miserable on a dangerous float trip down the Colorado River, and maybe fall in love if they live long enough. The float trip in the story is one I actually went on with my brother and four others, none of whom have any resemblance AT ALL to the financier and hot pilot in the book. It’s all pure fiction–except the raft sinking out of the first set of rapids, being stranded on a boiling rocky slope for hours until my brother came up with a very clever repair on the raft and we headed downriver through the next sets of rapids and safely home–that really happened.