When I was growing up, the local travel agency on my town’s main street looked as exotic as any of the destination packages they sold. That building could represent France, England, Russia…all places I’ve dreamed of travelling to.
I did actually go there once to buy a plane ticket…and only got as far as San Luis Obispbo. But to a former Oregonian, all that sun was pretty exotic.
I thought it would be fun to write about a travel agent who finds that there might be more destinations out there beyond Europe, Cancun, Hawaii…
The latest title in my Tennessee Waltz paranormal time-travel series has just been released, and my main characters are in for some new discoveries of their own.
Kiss Me, I’m Home is the final book after Kiss Me, I’m Irish (#1 Amazon Bestseller in Time-Travel Romance) and Kiss Me, I’m Yours. The first book was a flash-forward in time, the second book, a flash-back. Kiss Me, I’m Home is something of a flash-sideways:
The prickly Morgan Lee Faye has a penchant for family TV shows and a dislike for the people around her, but she’s the best travel agent in Tennessee. So good that she catches the eye of the mysterious proprietor of Avalon Travel, Mr. Kane.
If Morgan accepts the job, she’s promised adventure around the globe and gold for her pocket, but she worries the offer is too good to be true. It is. And Kane isn’t the only one with a creepy agenda. Her co-workers all seem to want a piece of Morgan’s secret—even the two office hotties.
Honestly, she just wishes they’d all go away so she can watch Little House On The Prairie. But that’s not going to happen because from Nashville to Avalon, faerie mischief is back!
So think back to your youthful dreams of travel. Experience a new destination that might not appear on any map…and find a little romance along the way.