KEY TO LOVE is a mystery and romance with lots of humorous
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When architect Elise Springer's father is injured, she immediately
leaves San Francisco to care for him. The last person she expects
to encounter in her Pennsylvania hometown is her childhood friend,
Lucas Fisher. Lucas is investigating his brother's mysterious death,
and Elise can't resist lending a hand.
Lucas longs for the close family ties he never had. He's back in
Scranton to set up a classic car restoration business and build a future.
The torch he carries for Elise burns brighter than ever, but before
he can declare his love, he must obtain the legal rights to adopt
his nephew--and prove his brother's death was no accident.
As they unearth clues to find the murderer and a missing stash
of money, Elise faces a dilemma. Is her career on the West Coast the
key to her happiness, or is it an animal-cracker-eating four-year-old and
his handsome uncle instead?
Judy Ann Davis
Author and Writer
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A mystery, western and romance!
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Key to Love
by The Wild Rose Press
A contemporary mystery and romance!
Up on the Roof
and Other Short Stories
by Whiskey Creek Press
A collection of 19 short stories
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|UP ON THE ROOF
AND OTHER STORIES
A Collection of 19 Stories
UP ON THE ROOF AND OTHER STORIES is a unique collection of
nineteen humorous and serious short stories that explores the lives and
relationships of the young and old.
A grizzled, old farmer, Pop, climbs up on his farmhouse roof to
meditate, check his chimney and antenna, and ends up talking to God on his
portable phone in “Up on the Roof”.
In “Bald Revelations,” Maureen is convinced her husband of twenty
years is planning to leave her when he purchases ten new pairs of black
socks and starts singing Beach Boy songs.
Greta Nielsen of Inuit heritage is searching for an amulet to remind
herself of home, but her money-conscious boyfriend keeps thwarting her
efforts in “The Amulet”.
Storyteller Judy Ann Davis weaves her award-winning tales to make
her readers laugh, maybe cry, but always able to relate to the unique
characters and the dilemmas they encounter.