Publication Date: September 23, 2014
A single secret begets a layer of lies.
Anna Nesmith believes she has it all--a great marriage, a dream job and a home of her own. When a State Department investigator begins asking questions, Anna’s ordered world implodes. Frank Caburn is man to the bone and manufactures testosterone like Frito Lay does chips. Instantly attracted to Anna, he is determined to make her his own--if only she can pick through the emotional rubble to find her bruised heart can love once again.
"I love this book. It was truly an amazing story. The author put humor, despair, and everything you can imagine in it and made a wonderful, exciting love story on top of it. She is a wonderful author and I feel so blessed to have read it. Read the biography at the end. She is funny and I can relate to everything she said." ~ Gail Hodges, avp *****
"I loved the parts that let imagination take over. Few authors really get it... that sometimes what isn't said or described in exaggerated detail.. make what is written all the more enjoyable. keep up the great work, Jackie." ~ Amazon Customer, avp
"This book is delightful. I have enjoyed the intrigue and mystery." ~ Crafty Lady, avp
"All aspiring authors need to read this book or books by this author. You've got intrigue and mystery, romance and friendships -- all without graphic sex or foul language. I've got an imagination and prefer to use it over reading someone else's descriptions of what sex is all about. Jackie Weger, you're a great author and I can't wait to read more of your books!" ~ Chinamom0608, avp
From the Author
Dear Reader; The first thing I want to say is thank you for all of the wonderful comments and reviews. The next thing is: I write books and create characters so I don't have to write about myself. I am as ordinary as toast. I probably stand in line behind you at Walmart or the grocery store. Somehow when gifts were handed out at birth I was given this gift of words. I dang sure didn't get beauty. I didn't even know I had a gift until was in my forties and learned to type. Before that I was busy raising my kids. Once they were out on their own I managed to write a couple of books. Then the kids started coming home again. HUH? I had no earthly idea I'd have to raise those creatures twice. Well, we're mothers. Nothing for it, but to get it done--not that they think I did a better job second time around, but they are all into their own lives now and I have time to sit at a keyboard, keep a small garden in the summer, bird watch, and collect feral cats. I get invited to birthday parties, graduations and weddings. I go. I get invited to Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. I decline--because who do you think gets stuck in the kitchen with all of those pots and pans? Anyway... life has kind of smoothed out and I'm enjoying it. I appreciate your interest in my books. If you visit my Amazon Author page you will find links to my Facebook page... Stop in and say hello. I'm glad to hear from you. Best to you and yours, from Jackie Weger