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Upcoming Release - A Stranger in Wynnedower

Cover reveal! I hope you like it!

A Stranger in Wynnedower will be released in November in both Print and eformats. I'm so very excited!

Here's the story blurb:

A stranger in Wynnedower

Love and suspense with a dash of Southern Gothic...
Rachel Sevier, a thirty-two year old inventory specialist, travels to Wynnedower Mansion in Virginia to find her brother who has stopped returning her calls. Instead, she finds Jack Wynne, the mansion’s bad-tempered owner. He isn’t happy to meet her. When her brother took off without notice, he left Jack in a lurch.
Jack has his own plans. He’s tired of being responsible for everyone and everything. He wants to shake those obligations, including the old mansion. The last thing he needs is another complication, but he allows Rachel to stay while she waits for her brother to return.
At Wynnedower, Rachel becomes curious about the house and its owner. If rumors are true, the means to save Wynnedower Mansion from demolition are hidden within its walls, but the other inhabitants of Wynnedower have agendas, too. Not only may Wynnedower’s treasure be stolen, but also the life of its arrogant master.
In letting go of what she has struggled to control and hold onto, will Rachel gain more than she could have dreamed? Or will she lose everything and everyone she cares about?

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What do they have in common?

I confess to the obvious. It's been ages since I've posted anything new on this blog - even longer than I'd realized. Social media...sigh. Life is busy and that's a good thing, right?

Beach Rental was released in July 2011. Kincaid's Hope released in January 2012. A Stranger in Wynnedower is due to be released in early November. Meanwhile, I'm working on the next novel in which I plan to revisit North Carolina and Emerald Isle. I can already feel the sun and sand and hear the waves crashing on shore.

Like Beach Rental and Kincaid's Hope, A Stranger in Wynnedower is a mix of Women's Fiction, romance and suspense. In Kincaid's Hope I paid homage to the great Romantic Suspense and Gothic authors of the past. In A Stranger in Wynnedower you'll find strong southern Gothic undertones in a contemporary setting. A Stranger in Wynnedower has more mystery and suspense than its predecessors. Which, in a very loose way, sort of leads me to the Writers Police Academy.

I don't write crime fiction or even thrillers. Where is the benefit to me in traveling all the way to Greensboro, North Carolina to attend a lovely weekend of crime, forensics and more? Well, it's fun for one thing. Lee Lofland, the local library and training center - many volunteers put on a spectacular event. It's not only fun but chock full of good info targeted to writers. Even a sweet romance could have a police officer writing a traffic ticket, right? Yep, and we want to write it right. Hah!

I attended last year and this year promises to be even better.

I'll keep you posted.

Grace Greene
Twitter: @Grace_Greene