Lavender and Pink are done, and we’ll finish Vermillion this weekend. You know that old saying that books aren’t finished, they’re abandoned? I think these three are actually finished, but if they weren’t, we’d be abandoning them to get rid of them. When you’re done, you’re done, even if the books aren’t. But I’m pretty sure these are.
Here, have some taglines and short blurbs:
Lavender’s Blue: Would it kill you to go home and see your mother?
Rest in Pink: Some Facebook blocks are permanent.
One in Vermillion: That red in the ledger isn’t ink.
50 WORD BLURBS:
The last place Liz Danger wants to be is back in her old home town, the best place Vince Cooper has found to be a cop. One traffic stop later, Liz and Vince would be exploring new passion if her return wasn’t bringing up so many dangerous old ones.
REST IN PINK
Liz Danger is looking at her boss’s copy edits, watching over a little girl, and seeing as much of Vince Cooper as possible, until she and Vince find themselves staring down real danger: arson, murder, and the suspicion that a month of one-night stands might just be a relationship.
ONE IN VERMILLION
Liz Danger and Vince Cooper are dealing with book deadlines, greedy politicians, embezzlement, broken hearts (not theirs), vandalism, determined exes, shady real estate, lying parents, murder, and a relationship they don’t want but can’t give up. It’s time to finally save a town . . . and their future.