It’s an number one bestseller on every list. It’s a love story for the ages. And it’s a mystery.
At least its author is. Nick Roberts has never been seen. He doesn’t do interviews. He doesn’t answer fan mail. He doesn’t do late-night talk shows, or book signings, or conferences. No one knows who he is. Everyone is looking for him; websites have been set up offering rewards for finding him.
Four old friends plan their annual road trip. It’s been a toss-up every year, with each being different (and some not so good). But this year Russ’s idea is to find Nick Roberts. With an address stolen from the accounting files of the publishing house, the four friends set out to find the elusive Roberts and make names for themselves. And as three begin to get distracted – Russ by women, Michael by liquor, and Jim by porn or who knows what – only one stays the course: Steve Riley, a journalist from Knoxville, is determined to find Roberts and land the story of the century.
His dedication to his mission is complicated by a deluge, a flash flood, and an obviously incorrect address. But as time has its way, Steve begins to wonder if his trip will be successful in any other ways. And if his suspicions are correct, what will he do?
Even more unsettling is the real question: If he finds Nick Roberts, will he tell?
Deanndra Hall is a working author living in far western Kentucky with her partner of 30+ years and three crazy little dogs. Having written for business, academia, and non-profits, as well as serving as columnist and assistant editor for a local publication, she renewed her commitment to fiction writing after her partner encouraged her to sit down at her computer and put a popular erotic romance trilogy to shame. She hasn’t looked back since. When not writing, you can find her kayaking or hiking in a local national recreation area, working out at the local gym, cooking healthy food, and reading. And she’s a lover of all things chocolate.