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Ruger had his club and his brothers and that’s all he needed… Until the night Krissi walked into his bar. He was drawn to the woman like a Harley. He knew it was a mistake but he let her walk away. She haunted him. No other woman could replace her.
Krissi ran from her father and the life he chose to live. She should avoid the bar and the bikers inside, but Drifters pulled at her and the tattooed and mysterious bartender could become an addiction if she wasn’t careful.
When Demented Souls business affects Krissi, her past, and her family comes out. Ruger has to decide if he can trust her, not only with his secret but brothers’ secrets too. Can he trust her with their lives?
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As some of you may be aware, I went to the first annual local author book fest for Graham County Arizona last month, and I had an amazing time, met a lot of wonderful authors that I didn’t even know were around! I did several interviews for local news, print and video and here’s the one I’ve found so far. I can’t bring myself to watch it but I hope you enjoy! (and that I don’t come across as a total moron!)
Melissa Stevens | New York Times Best Selling Author
Tomorrow is the start of Camp NaNo, and yes, I plan on participating. I’ve not yet set my goal, but I’m going to add to the book I worked on in November. I love the flexibility of camp. The ability to work on an already started project, to edit and rewrite instead of write, to go for short stories, and the ability to set your own goal really work for me.
In other news, I’m working on getting ready for Romance Novel Convention and my trip to Vegas in June. I’m also teaching a class on how to publish eBooks at one of our local libraries next month. Have I mentioned that last week Kid 1, who is 16, decided she was going to graduate high school in May? (We knew she would be eligible to graduate but the plan had been to stay in HS and use the dual enrollment to get a discount at the community college. Other things have come up that changed that.) I’m working on getting all the normal stuff you do all of senior year to get ready for graduation, in two months. Oh, have I also started a new part time job this week, and it’s spring break.
Busy? That’s an understatement.
The horse races are mostly over, that means no more weekly trips to Tucson, but Spring Break is upon us. I’ve got a week ahead with 4 kids at home. I’m prepared though, I’ve put together a list of chores I want done. When they get on my nerves too much, I’ll give them something else to do….
Meanwhile, I’ll be working on my next project, the content of which is currently top secret. I’m also working on the final details for Risking Alex.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg in my house. I’ve got yet another cold, though I’m on the recovery side of it now. I’ve been making weekly trips to the racetrack in Tucson (3hrs away) for the last 5 weeks for racing (I’m a Paramutual teller, that means I sell the bets) and I have one week left. I am working on the edits for Risking Alex so I can get it out to my ARC readers, and that’s on top of kids, food, house, etc. that has to happen daily. I have more going on but a girl needs to have a few secrets….. What are you all up to?