A six hour train ride to Florida was not nearly enough to satisfy Brady Frost. When sexy co-ed Lorna McNight calls for a rendezvous two days later, he’s more than ready to take up where they left off, and arrives just in time to keep her from being raped.
Lorna’s first mistake was misjudging the schmuck at the bar. If Brady hadn’t arrived in time to rescue her, she may never have been heard from again. Her second mistake was underestimating her desire for the mature knight in bruised armor, and her ability to keep love and sex separate. When it’s time to board the Silver Star home, will she be able to leave her heart behind?
Every writer has a story about what inspired them to start writing.
Please share yours with us.
Well, I’m like every other writer in that it seems like I’ve always written. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t write. I still have old spiral-bound notebooks from junior high and high school in which I put myself into stories to modify them, and make them better. I think my favorite was for an old series called Tour of Duty. Remember it? Based on the Vietnam conflict. Had a bunch of cute, sweaty guys in it. But it needed a woman on horseback to come in and save the day. So I wrote it.
What are the greatest blocks or obstacles you have experienced on your writing journey?
What research did you do for your Silver Star series?
But I did have to scour the Amtrak website for times and station locations. If you check the details, they’re pretty accurate.