Welcome to Monday. We have quite a bit planned today including a visit from author Beth Ciotta. Beth will be talking about her life and living her dream of writing as well as giving away autograohed copies of LASSO THE MOON and ALL ABOUT EVIE. So grab some refreshment and join us.
Oh and while you wait feel free to check out a little abut Beth on her website.
The second adventure in… The Chameleon Chronicles
This time: her mission is personal…
Former casino lounge singer/variety act, Evie Parish has moved up in the world, joining Chameleon, an organization that exposes fraud using reformed crooks to catch current ones. Her last assignment landed her in the arms of the delicious bad boy Arch Duvall, who taught her how to spot a grift and how to get over a lousy ex by having a super heated fling.
Now it’s time to take to heart what she’s learned. When Evie’s mom falls for a sweetheart scam, Evie rushes to the rescue (undercover, of course), accompanied by Milo Beckett, her sexy new boss at Chameleon. Closely pursuing is Arch, who’s decided Evie may not be a passing fancy after all. It’s hard to concentrate on the case with these two macho males squaring off, but Evie’s up to the challenge.
Emily McBride is in a pickle. The preacher’s daughter secretly writes scandalous romantic adventures. But someone’s uncovered her secret talent and threatens to expose her double life. Her small town friends and the man of her dreams will never speak to her again. Worse, she’s growing fond of her new friend, a literary poet, who would surely be horrified by her novels.
When the Peacemaker Alliance recruits lawman Seth Wright, he’s ready, willing, and able to kick ruthless desperado butt for the covert government agency. His enthusiasm wanes, however, when his first assignment takes him to California to propose marriage to Miss Emily McBride on behalf of his boss, and deliver her back to Arizona Territory. He’s a lawman, not a courier. Worse, the small town librarian mistakes him for a dandified poet! Before he sets her straight, she confesses she’s mixed up in something tawdry. With two unwanted suitors hounding her, the woman needs protection. So Seth assumes the fancy pants identity to room in her house without compromising her reputation.
Seth’s good intentions take a monumental twist when he develops genuine feelings for the passionate book lover. She’s not what she seems. More jolting, neither is he.