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Runaround Sue

She gave away something precious. He lost a part of himself. Can they find a way to help each other heal?

Sue is hiding out until she is sure her former reputation won’t destroy what she’s trying to rebuild. Unfortunately, that means this brilliant wordsmith turned semi-hermit is working beneath her potential and dealing with stress every time her office door opens.

The last thing she needs to do is greet some biker guy who sets her nerves to jumping just by being in the same room. And if his hairy face isn’t enough to put her off, the mere fact that he’s male is.

So why does she keep ending up in his presence?

Mac is home from Viet Nam and if he never thinks about that place again, it will be too soon. Instead he’s returned to his music that got him through his teen years, his exotic senior trip overseas (thanks to his Uncle Sam), and the deep wound that he brought home with him. Using his GI bill to further his music understanding has pushed him outside his comfort zone, but the leggy secretary at his professor’s office is tempting him with other ideas he thought he’d shelved for good.

Even if she gets flustered every time he runs into her.

What will it take for her to give him a chance? Or is she more wounded than he is?

Return to 1972 Kokomo, Indiana for the third installment of The Weather Girls Wedding Shoppe and Venue series—Runaround Sue—and what happens when people discover who God has called them to be.

You will love Runaround Sue, inspired by Dion and the Belmonts’ 1960s hit song, because everyone understands about facing fears with a do-over.

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Featured Books

Click the covers to learn more about The Weather Girls Wedding Shoppe and Venue series.

What I'm Working On

Cracklin’ Rosie is book four in the spin-off series–The Weather Girls Wedding Shoppe and Venue. Each book is a stand-alone but will tie back into the fun of the early 1970’s, Ferguson House, and of course the Legend of the Cardinal. The book titles will all include girl-name titles of music from the 60s-early 70s. Look for Cracklin’ Rosie coming up later this fall. And there’s so many more in the works. 

Look for a August-September 2023 release of Cracklin’ Rosie.

Releasing August/September 2023
First Draft Phase 24%

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