“Boring? Tiresome? Predictable? Well, we’ll just see about that!”
Thirty years of marriage, no kids, and far away from her family, Trish is devastated when Ron tells her he wants a divorce because she’s so “boring,” and she sets out to drown her sorrows at a local bar.
But a chance encounter with an attractive older gentleman nets Trish an invitation to a club where she sees things she never knew existed. It’s there that she meets a dark, sad-eyed Dom with a lot of baggage and, to make matters worse, he seems to despise her.
It’s not fate that throws them together for two weeks. Trish is appalled to find that she’s falling for the dark, brooding hunk, and heartbroken that it’s almost certain he’s not falling for her. As time goes by, Trish makes a discovery:
She went looking for adventure. She got a lot more than she bargained for. And she’s hoping she’ll survive it with her life.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a writer . . .
and it has served me well. I wrote for local publications, wrote marketing and advertising materials, wrote for academic publications, and eventually grew jaded with the writing profession as I often watched others take credit for my hard work. I retreated into the world of 3-D art in the fiber and textile mediums and hid out in a world of colors and textures. But, truth is, there was always a story or two in my head. It wasn’t until Nikki and I met in my imagination that I decided it was time to let those stories out, and I’m glad I did. My readers now get to enjoy the fruits of my imagination and, believe me, it runs wild!
On the personal side, I’ve been happily married to my lover and best friend for over thirty years, and I have two wonderful adult kids who’ve blessed me with two excellent choices of life partners. When I’m not writing, I’m playing with my three crazy little dogs, hiking in a local recreation area, kayaking, working out at the gym, tending my herbs, cooking, or doing some kind of research.
But I’d really rather be writing!
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