Sally Darville's Fabulous Plan For Saving the Town:
1) Treat taste buds with new flavors of ice cream. It makes people happy; it makes for news; both of which mean more publicity.
2) Invite award-winning journalist Jack Gold to visit.
3) Ignore his bad temper, his impatient ways, the fact that he's a hottie . Focus on his mind, not his oh, that body
4) Enlist friends and family to keep Jack from leaving until he gets the story. And only the story!
5) Do not seduce Jack. (After all, the man's going to leave you for the next big scoop.)
Most Important: Don't tempt yourself with just a lick or you might lose everything
About the author
Before turning her pen to romance fiction with two novels for Harlequin, Sandra Kelly had a long and distinguished career as a writer of non-fiction, and as a teacher of writing at Mount Royal University, in Calgary. Echo Lane is Sandra's first literary novel, her first novel for publication by Stonehouse Publishing, and the first novel ever to ask a burning question: Who the hell is Nora Stone? Part fictional memoir, part mystery, Echo Lane will keep you guessing until the end. Sandra says she "lives to write" but manages to squeeze in a little biking, hiking and kayaking with her husband, Bob, in beautiful Invermere, British Columbia.