You know, I’ve always been one who loves to bend the rules. Call me rebellious if you want, I don’t care. And I’ve kind of always wanted to write a story where my main characters die in chapter one. And I’ve finally done it. Yup, Divorced, Desperate & Dead is my rule breaker. I had so much fun writing this book. I swear there’s one scene in here that I laughed so hard that I almost couldn’t write. So I can’t wait for all you Divorced & Delicious fans to read Cary and Chloe’s story. It is scheduled to come out in November, but will up for pre-order soon. Below is the blurb and cover, which I love by the way!!
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 line-up 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 Sandler 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?