Thistle flowers. Pretty, huh?
For those of you out there who’ve read Secrets Rising, remember the heroine’s good friend, Mary? I loved Mary. I thought she had the funniest lines in the book. And so…. The third Haven book, which I’m working on now, stars Mary, in her own story. (Bit of trivia–Mary was named in honor of my best friend from elementary school.) Here’s Mary’s story:
Marysia O’Hurley played at being psychic until the day she found out Haven’s earthquake and subsequent paranormal activity had changed her game into a gift. Now the last thing she wants is to use the power that allowed her to foresee the plane explosion that took her husband’s life along with 113 others. U.S. Marshal Gideon Brand is on the run and off the case when he comes looking for Mary. He’s also determined to protect the beautiful woman who wants nothing to do with the investigation into the bombing… An investigation that is now pointing straight at a high-level federal agent. But now the killer has a judge’s six-year-old granddaughter and it’s not only Mary’s psychic skills that could find her within the seventy-two-hour timeframe required but Mary who needs the hot, sexy federal lawman….because the killer is after her, too.
Doesn’t that sound fun? Only Mary is so contrary. Why is writing so difficult? Oh yeah, cuz if it wasn’t, then everyone would do it.