Monday, April 29, 2013

Sneak Peek Monday of Bounty for Love

Here is just a glimpse of Bounty for Love, the 3rd Installment of the Bounty Series

"Alek turned to tell Tess he was sorry but before he could say a word she continued. "Look I am sorry, okay, I really am. I was told you guys would help. I understand that it’s pretty unorthodox to hire a bounty hunter, but like I told Keylee, hiring a bounty hunter was, well… my last chance before I took matters into my own hands"

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Author Spotlight: Ferris Robinson Dogs and Love Stories of Fidelity

Released January 2013
These sixteen true stories about dogs will delight every dog lover, and may even please readers who don't own dogs. Dog memoirs if you will, these stories about dogs are told 'with sentiment but without sentimentality', according to one reviewer. "Thanks for a truthful, emotionally accurate, interesting and lovely book," this same reviewer said.

 These dog stories run the emotional gamut from absurdity to poignancy, and range from humorous to heartbreaking, something any dog lover can understand. 

"These simply told tales, straight from Ms. Robinson's heart, speak of a love that transcends species. Her homespun humor makes them a delight to read, offsetting the raw grief she shares over the loss of tiny Ruth Ann and later big Bubba. But hope springs eternal and new dogs continue to be born, a touching lesson for all, with dogs or without," says another reviewer. Although the loss of a dog is always sad, it's the dogs in our lives that somehow make us more human. Life without dogs? I don't think so.

Most of the dogs in these stories came from an animal shelter, and the fidelity that each rescue dog demonstrates, from utter loyalty to pure devotion, makes a master humble. A portion of the proceeds from this dog ebook, as well as from the hard copy of Dogs and Love goes to a dog rescue program.

Perhaps you will remember some of the dogs you have loved over the years as you read these stories about dogs, and realize how important dogs truly are in the emotional lives of humans. This book is more than just a group of dog stories about dogs. It's about the deep emotional connection we share with our dogs, and how special that bond truly is.

"Ferris Robinson's Dogs and Love is not just about dogs. It's also about the "Dog Persons" who love them, spoil them, worry about them, grieve over them, rejoice over them, learn from them, and generally cannot live without them. This collection of stories is beautifully written - intelligent, witty, charming and touching without being corny. It is written from the heart of a "Dog Person." Highly recommend!"
Wilkia Carter

"This is a great book for those of us who love our dogs like members of our families. The stories within the story are great. I laughed and cried and cried and when I finished the book, I had a warm fuzzy feeling in my heart." Amazon reviewer

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Bounty for Love Book 3

I am happy to announce that the cover for Bounty for Love is finished  YAY.

In the next week I will be releasing it for all to see.
For my Sweet Suspense Team you ladies will be getting your sneak peek this weekend or by Tuesday the latest.

I hope you girls love it as much as I do

Friday, April 19, 2013

Author Spotlight: Angela Skaggs- Finding Grace


Grace Parker has control issues. When she meets the man of her dreams, can she find the courage to explore the darker side of her nature and embrace the world that Aidan shows her?

Aidan McKinney keeps his private and work lives separate, until he meets Grace Parker at a PR event for his team. She's the woman he's been looking for all his life. His life is so tightly controlled he's not sure it even qualifies as a life anymore. Will Grace help him loosen up and find the inner peace he's been seeking?

Together these two damaged souls help each other navigate the choppy waters of adulthood, learning more about themselves along the way.

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Bounty's End Great Review

The first part of April I did a blog tour for Bounty's End

I visited several blogs and each blog had the chance to read and review Bounty's End.

One such review stuck in my mind..

Josselyn from As  you wish ( wrote this:


I've never read anything like Bounty's End. It's the perfect Romance that starts with a single touch. After the last page you will want to see how their life continues. It's exciting to know Thomas' version of Bounty for Hunter (the first book) plus an extension of his own love life.

Thomas is the middle child of his bounty hunting family which includes his older brother Jefferson and his younger sister Kaylee, and Alex their boss although he is part of their family. Like in the first book Kaylee accepts the job to protect a man named Hunter who's gotten involved accidentally with dirty cops. They're after him and Kaylee's there to protect him. Throughout the book Thomas goes through an internal struggle to protect his baby sister and the woman he's fallen in love with. With all thats going on he wants out of the business, he has plans and he can only hope his family follows him on them. After the misshapen of dirty cops, action and kidnapping... What will be the outcome of his Bounty hunting family? Will he finally woo the woman he's admired for months? Will his family accept his plans to change their bounty hunting lifestyle? 

Reading Bounty's End makes you think of the things that can really happen in real life, not just things that happen in TV or in movies. Such as Kidnappings, murder, crimes. We never expect those things to happen until they actually affect us. Only reading the book will you find out if we really are as naive as we think. This action packed romance will have you spellbound for more.

Thank you As you Wish Reviews for the great review

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Author Spotlight: David Russell - Self's Blossom

This is about a young woman's self-discovery. Selene is a 'success story', having become a top journalist, while retaining her dazzling looks. However, in the past she has had unhappy relationships, and feels she has missed out on hedonistic fun.  This she obtains, firstly with a young stranger on a beach, and finally with enigmatic Hudson: tryst is preceded by cultural tourism, and careful sizing up of minds. Afterwards Selene returns to her 'I stand on my own' attitude.
While she is on holiday, her mind is free to ramble, often into Selene's chequered past. Flashback blurs into the present, past-rooted interior monologue into direct observation. The dialogue is sparse. Selene is a cautious, premeditative type, in whom thought, reflection and analysis outweigh direct action.
Selene’s subtle, monitoring mind coolly observes and controls all the events. Maybe she is super-confident, or perhaps has a deep, underlying insecurity. She is many things to many readers.

March 25th 2010

Self's Blossom eBook: David Russell: Kindle Store

Self's Blossom eBook: David Kindle Store.

Self’s Blossom is unlike any story I’ve read before. It is very lyrical and abstract. A kaleidoscope of reflections on past and present woven throughout Selene’s journey in a dreamy disconnect. 

I sometimes felt like I was watching a foreign film or an art house movie and the story was beyond my grasp. I finished this book uncertain as to what the heroine had discovered about herself. But I could still appreciate the beautiful pictures the author paints with his words and his unique narrative approach.

The story is all about Selene and her long awaited, scrimped and saved for, holiday. I connected with Selene on a few levels. She’s a workaholic. She’s single and busy moving through life. And I admired her desire to seek out new experiences and learn new things. I didn’t always like her. But I appreciated her intelligence and that she was unashamedly confident in herself and determined to follow through on her decisions.

She uses her vacation to try and break out of the rut she feels her life has become and fling caution to the wind. To have adventures and a passionate affair… or two. Her stay is at a resort in Central America. There are beautiful descriptions of the ocean waves and the lush paradise and how they relate to life and love, lust and passion. And then there are all the characters she meets on holiday and how they help or hinder her journey.

Review in The Book Tart

Self's Blossom is a story that should be in the Tate Gallery, were the Tate a gallery for literature as opposed to art.

With this story, you are getting a highly unusual and in-depth style of writing that you don't usually find in the erotica genre. Some people may regard it as abstract, although in truth it is actually very detailed. (Just like many of the paintings in the Tate -- you see where I'm going with this?)

It took me a while to get into this story, and I think it's because when reading erotica, I've become accustomed to an "easy" read -- a book that you can open and, wham-bam, there you are in the story. While some readers may have that experience with this, I can't say that I did at first, and I suspect that most will not. There is an array of back story and character development from page one, and I'm glad I found the patience to stick with it, because I enjoyed the read.

It's the story of Selene. She's an intellectual. She's independent. She's seeking freedom because she's an adventurer at heart. Or at least, that was my interpretation: for me, this was a story about the search for freedom, through sexuality, sensuality and emotions of the heart.

I dare say that not everyone will take to Selene, but she's very real. She's a restless soul, and she is not the "flouncy" kind of heroine you usually get in erotica novels, but can be quite blunt and analytical in her thinking. Yes, it's unusual, but when I got into the story and her character, I found it refreshingly so.

The male lead is likable and patient, giving her the space she needs to learn and grow throughout the story, but there is a two-way exchange here, and he learns from Selene as well.

This book is prose at its best. The language used is eloquent and intelligent. You won't find crude words or phrases here, but a rhetoric that is closer to that of Charlotte Bronte (yes, I did say Charlotte Bronte -- well, if she wrote erotica that is....) The narrative is highly descriptive and even a little "gothic" in some places. Here's a brief example:

"Each, to the other, became universe god and goddess. After so many times in their pasts when the brakes had been applied, when both had been frozen by reticence, or had their yearnings derided -- the universe's currents now galvanized their bodies. Now words could be uttered in acceptance of total immersion. With their slow speed, they generated maelstroms. Their every part revealed with deep exuberance, two bodies showing themselves as two complete presences."

Maybe it could even be considered poetry.

If you want an easy read that gets to the point, hard-hitting, direct language and a lot of instant action, this book is not for you. If you want a different, eloquent and intelligent erotic story, that indulges in every emotion and thought from the characters, that works towards a specific goal of self discovery, this is the book for you. I urge you to read the sample chapters from eBook retailers. If you can accept that it's a different style of erotica, you will not be disappointed with it.

I received a free copy of this eBook from the author, in exchange for an honest review.

(Review by Dianna Hardy in Erotic Flashes Review)

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Author Spotlight: G.D. Ogan- Immortal Relations, Love and War

The enemy vampires have been eradicated, so it appears our guardian vampires may look forward to a peaceful existence. Eviana is planning on having more children; she has had a son, now she wants a daughter. Magdalena, believing she is incapable of having children, still would like to be married. However, much as in human life,, peace and family are placed in harms' way by unforeseen events.

"Immortal Relations, Love and War" amps up the action of the first book to a fever pitch. The greedy leaders of Communist China plan to capture the oil, gold and mineral rich fields of Siberia by decapitation the Russian Federations' Government as a prelude to invasion. Minions of rich OPEC Sheiks seek to stem the flow of Russian Oil so OPEC can raise prices to destroy the economies of the West. They plan to use a "dirty bomb" to destroy the main pumping station and have the radiation make the oil fields unusable. Added to those threats, The radiation containment cap at Chernobyl is failing; the release of poisonous radiation could happen at any time and worse still, some scientists predict the damaged nuclear reactor at Fukushima, Japan could collapse and cause a potential Extinction Level Event! Who, or what, can be called upon to save civilization and mankind and what impact with the vampire covens experience? Could potentially catastrophic events turn out to offer unforeseen opportunities? 
On the back of the inside title page, Create Space printed the incorrect copyright date for my second novel "Immortal Relations, Love and War" (they used the 2011 copyright date for the first novel, "Immortal Relations"). Inside the back cover the page shows 30 November 2012 which is when I sent them my final draft. In reality, my second in the series has only been out a couple of months (I call the release date January 21 of 2013 which is when I received my first copies of the finalized second novel). 

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Release Date:

On the back of the inside title page, Create Space printed the incorrect copyright date for my second novel "Immortal Relations, Love and War" (they used the 2011 copyright date for the first novel, "Immortal Relations"). Inside the back cover the page shows 30 November 2012 which is when I sent them my final draft. In reality, my second in the series has only been out a couple of months (I call the release date January 21 of 2013 which is when I recieved my first copies of the finalized second novel). 

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Why this book stands out from others in the genre:

This series shows that not all vampires are evil, lurking in the shadows to fall upon unsuspecting, innocent, maidens in order to rip out their throats and drain them of their blood. My "guardian vampires," remembering their own humanity and the fact that they were attacked and changed by evil vampires, watch for them to stop their attack and to destroy them whenever they try to attack innocent humans. The blood they feel they need to exist is taken not from the living but they own funeral homes where, in accordance with funerary laws, blood from the deceased must be replaced with preservatives. Once the blood is drained, rather than being flushed down the sink, it is mixed with a special anti-coagulant and sent to the "Residency" where the guardians can use it. I've had several readers ask me why no other authors have thought of this method of obtaining blood before. All I can say is most authors' vampires are too busy ripping the throats out of people, they write mostly about the evil type. There are messages of hope and redemption in the story, no matter how terrible the events of their lives and how far they have been led astray. There is "explicit togetherness" between the mated vampires, so the book contains a warning that it is meant for mature adults. It contains strategic and tactical information of a military nature; however, it is well explained so even someone with no background will understand the action.

The first few pages of the second book contains enough "backstory" information from the first book so that the reader isn't lost; however, it is suggested that greater appreciation for the characters and story will result if the reader does read the first book. If the first book is full of action, the action in this book explodes off the pages. If you have a friend who thinks a romance story can't be exciting, let him (or her) read this one! If they don't get caught up in the action, check them for a toe-tag, because they have died somewhere along the line. LOL

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Bounty's End Blog Tour Day 7

Today I am over at Confessions of the Paranormal

There is only 1 more day left before the end of the blog tour, I have had to much fun this week.

Remember today and tomorrow will be final days to enter the giveaway

Author Spotlight: G.D. Ogan- Immortal Relations

This first book in the series fully sets up the story, but doesn't waste time getting into the action either and the action is non-stop

Comment provided by reader, Richard Rasmussen:

"Being a bit of a vampire-phile, I find myself constantly searching for the next vampire series to reach out and grab, or, more appropriately, bite me. I believe I have found my holy grail of vampire novels. you see, the Vlad books are typically a bit gory for my tastes, while the Twilight series is campy, sophomoric, and I feel, is most appealing to teenage girls. Mr. Ogan has delivered a tale at breakneck speed, one that jumps out of the starting gate and never loses steam. A tale filled with life lessons, love, sex, action and adventure. Complete with new insights into the powers of the immortal vamps, and fresh takes on the complex inner workings of their existence. From page 1 until the very end, Immortal Relations promises to have you on the edge of your seat and begging for more..."

(I think you can see why I wanted to use what he said in his five star review - I think most authors would die for a review like that from someone they never met).

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06 December 2011

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Why this book stands out from others in the genre:

This first novel starts with a true story that is part of my family history (something many people wouldn't reveal if it happened in their family, but I felt was important as it was what caused me to write the first book and then continue on with the series). The truth is, my late father had a tryst with a young lady in Czechoslovakia right after World War Two and my mother was very upset when she found out. I was just a child but I remember some of the things she said, but which at the time, being a child, I didn't understand. In my novels, my vampires fight against evil, not only those vampires who attack humans, but against criminals and rogue politicians who seek to enslave those they are supposed to be serving. The Residency Coven (the good guys) own a number of corporations that do charitable works and which own manufacturing, wholesale as well as retail businesses, including funeral homes. Here the deceased are treated with the utmost respect and funerary laws are strictly followed; however, instead of the blood (which must be removed when the preservative fluid is to be added) being flushed down the drain, an anti-coagulant is added and then is transported to the Residency for their use. Blood is also retrieved from medical facilities when the whole blood can no longer be used or which has some toxin or contamination (which has no effect on vampires). The first full vampire child is born in this story and once mature, which doesn't take long for a full vampire, a hybrid half-vampire-half-human child is conceived and then born (it takes about three-times longer for a hybrid birth and maturation but still much faster than for a human). The thwarting of the attempted theft of nuclear weapons and chemical-biological weapons by the evil vampires presents the authors knowledge of the military tactics and weaponry, yet is written to be understandable by those lacking military background. The prevention of ecological disasters is another unusual feather for this genre' and the "humanity," and emotions seen in the actions of the guardian vampires are rare in this genre Further, the love and caring in the "explicit togetherness" (sex acts) is also not often found in such stories. The message that the good vampires are not soulless monsters and have full access to redemption is another area virtually unseen in the genre. There are parts of the story in which the reader may find a trickle of water from their own eyes at the reaction to pain of others displayed by our good vampires. This is definitely not a Bram Stoker type novel.

About The Author:

The reason I started writing the series is found on the first pages of "Immortal Relations." My father had been assigned to help the Czechs to form a new, hopefully democratic government, immediately after World War Two of course Soviet Troops were in Czechoslovakia at the time so it didn't take long before they expelled the Americans; however, my father was there long enough to strike up a "friendship" with one of the locals assigned to help the American Delegation. Finding a photograph, which we were able to get added onto page two of the book, of my father standing in front of Prague's famous Old Town Hall's Clock and then to see the writing on the back of the photograph set the stage for the story and proved that what my mother had said many decades earlier was based in fact. That my father had had a tryst while in Prague. Here is the first book:

Friday, April 12, 2013

Bounty's End Blog Tour Day 6

Today I have the pleasure of being on two blogs today

The first


The second

Be sure you swing by to enter the giveaway

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Day 5 Blog Tour Bounty's End

It is day 5 of my blog tour for Bounty's End, and I have to say that I loving it

Today I am at

Be sure to swing by to get yourself entered for some giveaways

Monday, April 8, 2013

Bounty's End Blog Tour Day 2

Today is day 2 in the week long blog tour for Bounty's End

I will be over A Little Bit of R&R

Be sure to stop by to enter for some great prizes as well as help spread the word about Bounty's End

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Bounty's End Blog Tour Day 1

Be sure to swing by Read Between The Lines,  where there is a great review of Bounty's End as well as a great giveaway.

What to ask a question, leave a comment and I would be happy to answer it

Author Spotlight: Catrina Barton - Dangerous Temptation

I want to thank Catrina for stopping by today to let us all know about her latest release Dangerous Temptation


Seventeen year-old orphan Kaitlin Sinclair's world gets turned upside down when she's forced to move half way around the world to Indonesia with her uncle she never knew existed. Things get worse when the demons she left behind in America follow her to the land of intrigue.

Her uncle forces her to attend a celebration where she meets Cadmon, a mysterious, captivating stranger, who reveals that he knew her parents. She uncovers secrets that in the wrong hands could destroy his endangered clan of were-tigers and the entire world.

When Kaitlin dives into a foreign culture, full of mystique and dangers everywhere she turns, keeping her heart safe might prove as impossible as staying alive!

Short Excerpt:

“I’m not afraid of you.” Kaitlin stroked his scarred cheek.
“You should be.” His hand cupped hers, heat pouring into her skin. Cadmon pressed it firmly against his cheek. He nuzzled it, before pulling it away.
“You’re not a monster.” She licked her bottom lip. “You’re… beautiful.” She ran a finger along his squared jaw line.
“Men aren’t beautiful.” He held her fingers away from him, staring from them, into her eyes. “What have you done to me?” Confusion etched onto his face.
“I could ask you the same thing.” She swallowed, and tugged her fingers away from him, rubbing them down the side of her jeans, hoping to chase away the electric currents tingling her skin.

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Catrina Barton is a real go-getter, who in 2006 turned her avid reading addiction since she was three, into a vigorous passion for writing. Especially Young Adult Romances. She draws on her knowledge as a Kung-Fu Instructor to make her fight scenes both realistic, and action packed.
When not indulging her fertile imagination to craft stories for your reading pleasures, she enjoys hiking with her family, and amateur belly dancing.
Her love of writing, and her family, rival her exhilaration from helping fellow writers. She is a proud member of many writing, and marketing groups, and an active participant at Critique Circle, and several other crit groups.
Writes reviews for Safari Heat, and Satin Sheets Romance.

Favorite personal quote:
"An author cannot grow without both constructive criticism and encouragement."

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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Author Spotlight: AJ Kelton - Faelon

I want to thank AJ Kelton for stopping by today to let us know about the release of Faelon

Who knew that loving a Nephilim could be so dangerous.
Faelon, a 3000-year-old nephilim, fleeing a demonic master, found safety with the church. He has repaid their kindness by translating various artifacts. Father Donovan has watched as Faelon became a recluse, fearing those who would harm him.
Jax, wanting a change, moves to Salem, MA were he finds work as a churches security guard, Not believing that Faelon is a nephilim, he is forced to confront his own beliefs in the supernatural.
Can he learn to accept Faelon, and be the master he requires? Or lose the man he loves to the demons who would harm him.

but will be up at amazon and barnes and noble in the next few days... 

Faelon is available in e-book as well as paperback. 

Author Bio

Angel and Jordan make up the dynamic duo known as AJ Kelton. They met eight years ago on line and soon discovered that they had many things in common, including the love of writing. Jordan had a flare for storytelling and Angel had a flare for description.

Angel makes her home in South East Texas with her two dogs Bonita and Daisy while Jordan can be found in Kansas.

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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Author Spotlight: R. Costelloe - Coinage of Commitment

I want to welcome R. Costelloe today, who will be sharing Coinage of Commitment with us today

Coinage of Commitment is a different kind of love story. It features characters determined to find romance that's better than the relationships they see all around them. Something richer, something higher, something longer lasting—something worth holding out for. These are characters willing to think and plan for what they want, and they try to hold their emotions in check until finding the one who can share the higher love they seek.

Wayne and Nancy meet in the late 1960s and recognize these special qualities in each other. Their attraction is irresistible. But they have class, political, and religious differences that separate them, plus they face opposition from both families. But these challenges are small compared to the twist of fate that will be the cruelest test of all. On top of that, a love triangle will change the frame of reference for all that has gone before. It's a development that sets the stage for one of the most dramatic surprise endings ever.

Coinage of Commitment tests the limits of love's boundaries, its capabilities for sacrifice, and the height it is capable of soaring to.

Release Date:   1/6/13

Monday, April 1, 2013

Author Spotlight: Tina Gayle - Summer's Growth

Welcome Tina Gayle today who is letting us know about her new book Summer's Growth.

Summer’s Growth – 1st Book in the “Family Tree” series
Blurb –
Forced by the family spirits to get a life, Mattie Winston has to train her replacement Amber Harrison to be in charge of all the workings of the Winston estate. Reluctant to make changes in her life, Mattie forms a bond with Amber, when strange accidents start happening which threaten their lives and an unknown ghost makes an appearance.

After being rescued by an old flame, Quincy Miller, Mattie faces old wounds of rejection. As the general contractor for Amber’s redecoration project, Mattie is in constant contact with Quincy and realizes she still in love with her childhood sweetheart.

Amber, learning her new role in the family, wants to discover the identity of the ghost who keeps appearing. After several appearances, Gwen, Amber’s distance grandmother, shifts the book into more of Amber’s struggle to find out why her grandmother disappeared two hundred years ago without a trace. In a fight to claim her position in the family, Amber searches for clues to solve the mystery.

Mattie and Amber are both challenged when the family spirits decides Amber shouldn’t be the keeper. Battling for Amber, Mattie realizes she wants a life with Quincy outside the Winston estate.

Amber realized the importance of her new spiritual family, and she works to discover how Gwen died.

Can these two women achieve their goals?

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Standing by the bay window in the front room, Mattie watched the car approach. Her new recruit’s arrival had goose bumps popping out on Mattie’s skin, adding to her anxieties.
She wanted to run, but instead glanced at the kindhearted spirit of Opal, her distant grandmother. Dressed in her best early American gown, the many layers of her petticoat swished with a soft hiss when she moved.
“There’s no reason to be nervous. Once you meet Amber, you’ll see she caps the climax,” Opal voiced in a soothing tone. “Your Aunt Rachel is absolutely thrilled to have a descendant from her branch of the family as keeper.”
Looking beyond her at the rest of the room, Mattie searched for the other members of the family council. They always offered her their support when she faced a big decision. Yet, today they were conspicuously absent.
“Don’t worry. The whole family is behind you. We just thought it better if we didn’t all hover.”      
Shifting from foot to foot, she wrung her hands together. A simple process of a changing of the guard for them, Amber’s arrival marked the end of the life Mattie loved.
The beautiful spirits around her didn’t understand how cruel humans could be to each other. What if she screwed up and the girl left? Or the girl hated living with a house full of spirits?
Unease pricked at Mattie’s mind. She had no experience in dealing with strangers. All her business associates understood her likes and didn’t force her to attend any social events.
A quick glance out the window, and a car rounded the fountain. She wasn’t prepared to entertain Amber. How could she be? She never invited guests to the estate.
“Now, Pumpkin, there’s no need to worry. It’s time another branch of the family realize what a pain it is to be keeper.” Opal smiled, offering her special form of reassurance. “We’re all here to help with the transition.”
The high notes of Beethoven’s Fifth sprang from the piano. Mattie jumped in surprise at the sudden noise. She whipped around to see Uncle Samuel, the artist of the family, standing next to the piano.
“The game is afoot.” He arched his eyebrows and grinned, then disappeared.
“I’d better leave.” Her aunt patted Mattie’s shoulder. “Just remember, the girl is uneasy too.”
Opal disappeared.
With a deep breath, Mattie turned and gripped the cold metal knob in her hand.
Soon her home would belong to a stranger, and then what would she do?

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