The Deuces Wild Series, #4
Always by the book, Keller's mission is to locate an elderly psychic in Louisiana, and be quick about it. A teammate is dying; there's no time to waste. But the land of voodoo, gris gris, and étouffée is the last place Keller wants to be. He left a nightmare here once, and hasn't been back since. Yet he's nothing if not efficient. He can locate that psychic and be gone in a day, maybe less. Until he runs into the psychic's great granddaughter... Until his own psychic gift tells him precisely who and what Savannah Church is...
Impulsive. Intuitive. Savannah's a free spirit who collects strays, rescues fighting dogs, and manages the local no-kill animal shelter. Her life is perfect until the morning Gran Mere dies. Savannah knew this day was coming, but she hadn't expected her great grandmother would leave with a whispered warning to, 'Look for the wild rose that grows deep in the bayou. Watch for the warlock.
You alone hold the key...'
***LINKS BELOW WILL BE ACTIVE ONCE ACE IS PUBLISHED***
Best Selling Author
2017 Amazon Top 10
Kindle World Hot New Releases
Smoke, Hearts and Ashes, 1
2014 Utah Chapter RWA
Great Beginnings Contest
Mystery Suspense Category
Harley, In the Company of Snipers, 4
2013 Romancing the Lakes
Romantic Suspense Category
Maverick, Company of Snipers, 9
Alex, Company of Snipers, 1
I always wanted to be a writer. I've dabbled in poetry, short stories, and more daydreaming than most. I remember long Sunday afternoon drives with my parents where they would tell us eight kids to:
'Look out the window and see something!'
I've been looking out the window ever since....
In the great pines of the Pacific Northwest, I saw a woman with nowhere to run find refuge in the arms
of a tender warrior who'd forgotten the man he once was...
In the hills of Wyoming, I saw a man broken by the high cost of war, rediscover himself in the eyes of a pretty girl...
And in the Dairy State, (yes Wisconsin), I saw two people overcome horrific obstacles on their way to
Life is short.
Pick up a good book.
Look out the window and