So before I began writing about vampires and werewolves and cougar and jaguar shifters, I was writing some romantic suspense with some paranormal elements. To me, it’s always more fun, though a couple slipped in without any paranormal elements, and I love them too. In this one, I’ve always been fascinated with the idea that a fortune teller is for real. Now how would that go over with some rich guy who doesn’t believe she sees he’s in danger? And only think she’s a gold digger. And yet, he’s stuck on her, first to prove she’s a fraud, and mostly because he can’t get her out of his mind.
I’ve never had my fortune read, but my mom did in San Francisco, and the woman told her she would marry a Chinese man. Now, that never happened, so we know that are some are frauds. lol
Anyway, so that’s the story! 🙂 ❤
A rags to riches fairy tale where a fortune telling can spell doom…
Katrina Landry is not your everyday fortune teller. She’s a substitute teacher who longs to work at it full time. But when she substitutes for her cousin at her fortune telling booth at the fair, Katrina meets a man who she foresees is in danger. So what’s a girl supposed to do but sneak into a by-invitation only dance and save the TX Stud’s life?
Prescott Worthington hasn’t had this much fun in a long time when on a whim he takes his girlfriend to the fair where Sascha the Sensation predicts he will have twins, and that his girlfriend will find someone else. But when the woman shows up at the dance with some nonsense about saving his life, he’s totally irritated and totally bewitched. Maybe she can bring a little magic into his life.
She insists someone’s trying to kill him and he thinks it’s her boyfriend…only Prescott has no intention of giving up the woman who he’s sure needs his protection. And a whole lot more.
I’m still uploading books with the new links, still redoing some of my covers, and still working on White Wolf Christmas. 3500 words to go! 🙂
Have a super wonderful day!
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