|A dangerous ghost and an ex-boyfriend await psychic Claire|
Linden in Cape Cod's GULL HARBOR...
Of my four novels, two are set in the summer (Gull Harbor and Silver Lake), one is set in the fall (Divine Fall), and my most recent is set in the spring (Haunted Souls). That wasn’t by design, really, although warmer months do lend themselves to some sultry scenes. And with the upcoming holiday approaching, I realized that both Gull Harbor and Silver Lake have some pretty pivotal—and yes, sultry—scenes that occur on the Fourth of July. Gull Harbor in particular…see the picture above for clues. Those fireworks happen after the actual fireworks, and of course it all happens after weeks of mysterious haunting activity by the poltergeist Claire Linden has come to drive away. Gull Harbor is a fictional town on Cape Cod, but I envisioned Wellfleet and the National Seashore as I wrote it, so readers get to visit the Cape while they experience the steamy romance as well as the spooky suspense!
|A haunting, an old flame, and|
secrets from the past...SILVER LAKE
Fourth of July in Silver Lake finds four friends reunited at a lake house, working on reestablishing a friendship that unraveled when their friend Brandy disappeared their senior year of high school. Rain Anderson is determined to find out what really happened before Brandy’s mother loses her battle with cancer…and she’s also hoping to gain Jason’s forgiveness after the heartbreak she caused five years ago. When Rain and Jason find themselves alone of the beach after the fireworks, they both start to let down their guards. But will Rain and Jason get a second chance at first love before a desperate spirit tears them apart again…forever?
Both have been #1 Kindle Bestsellers, so pick one (or both) up for your holiday weekend, and you’ll have some page-turning beach reads ready to go. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July!