It was bad enough that her best friend/employer took off on an extended honeymoon leaving Jani to oversee the building of their new business alone. But in strolls this tall, dark, handsome contractor who makes it clear he intends to become the center of Jani’s attention.
But, is Rick too good to be true? Why is he the one who continually finds long stemmed roses on her car or at her door? What kind of admirer leaves expensive roses to freeze on windshields or be trampled on the floor? Some girls have all the luck- or maybe that’s no luck at all.
How often does a girl have two stalkers after her at the same time?
A suspense-filled, contemporary romance.
77,700 words. (Roughly equivalent to 291 pages in a mass market paperback)
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Mary Elizabeth Fricke has lived her entire life within five miles of the Missouri River. She and her husband of 35 years have lived 33 of those years on a cattle and grain farm that has been consistently owned and operated by his family for five generations. They have two grown sons married to wonderful girls she is proud to call, “daughter” and two beautiful grandchildren.
A graduate of the Writer’s Institute of America and a member of the Heartland Writers Guild, she has published a number of articles in various forums and magazines, as well as Dino, Godzilla and the Pigs (published by SoHo Press in 1993) the story of life as a young wife learning to work on the farm while raising two sons. She served as editor of the Heartland Journal (monthly newsletter of the Heartland Writers Guild) from 2004 thru 2015 and she is also a prolific ghost writer.
Her stories, based in rural mid-western areas, concern the unique but quickly vanishing way of life on the family farm as well as other mysterious intricacies that evolve life from generation to generation.