Now that you’ve had your laugh for the day, I thought I’d let you know Divorced, Desperate and Dead is finally out! And I have to tell you, I fell in love with Cary and Chloe. It’s the only book I have ever written where my characters die in the first chapter. But do they stay dead? Do they both survive? Well,you’ll just have to read the book to find out.
After a disastrous marriage and divorce, Detective Cary Stevens vowed he’d never let another woman into his heart. But when his latest investigation puts him in the way of a bullet, his bachelor days—and one-night stands—may be numbered. On the brink of death, he finds himself in Room Six, a waiting room in the hereafter where in-betweeners’ fates are truly decided. He resigns himself to dying of boredom, if nothing else, in the lineup of senior citizens with their AARP magazines, when in walks the one woman who could make him want a second chance at life . . . and love.
Chloe Sanders learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when she pushes a little girl out of the way of a moving car and wakes up in some type of purgatory. Or maybe it’s heaven, because she couldn’t have asked for a hotter guy with whom to await her final judgment. The sweeping glances of his bedroom eyes and sharp-tongued flirtatiousness tell her Cary’s certainly no angel, but is he real? When she finally wakes up, Chloe’s determined to find out if he’s truly a man of magnificent flesh and blood or just a figment of her imagination. But before she can track him down, will the murderer that first put them both in Room Six come back to finish the job?
Want to know more? Well,I’ve put together a list of the ten things you’ll learn from Divorced Desperate and Dead:
- Nothing can rekindle your passion for life and love more than dying.
- Life teaches us lessons, but some of them are wrong.
- Forget slipping on a banana, nothing can bring you down quicker than banana pudding with a side of beef stew.
- Flannel can be sexy.
- Anything that can happen in a king-size bed, can happen in a twin.
- Getting shot can put you in a bad mood.
- Laughter can be a pretty powerful aphrodisiac.
- A potato peeler can be dangerous.
- In Christie Craig’s world, cupid reads romance novels to get a grasp on love.
- Everyone deserves a second chance, but not everyone gets them.
So, I hope you pick up a copy today and start laughing and falling in love.
I’m giving away a bottle of PooPourri to one person who leaves a comment telling me they picked up a copy of my book.