Wednesday, December 10, 2014

A Strand of Doubt

Donna autographing her novel
Donna Fuller is my good friend Elaine's little sister.  I first met her in Scottsdale, Arizona many years ago.  It was about the time she married that tall, dark, and handsome Darryl, as a matter of fact.

Recently, she has had the audacity to get a novel published.  Before me.  The nerve!  Talk about irritating little sisters!

Okay.  Just kidding.

A new voice in LDS Chick-lit
When Donna and her family lived in California, Elaine and I would drive down for Thanksgiving every year.  I have great memories of our times together.  We did that for more than 10 years.  I can quite honestly say Donna is a marvelous cook.  Here, she has cooked up something a little different - a romantic drama aimed at a primarily LDS market.

A Strand of Doubt was published this fall to positive reviews.

Available in paperback and Kindle formats from Deseret Book and Amazon
If you look it up on Amazon, you will get the following plot summary:
Jana Clawson has a propensity for Chinese food, M&M s, and chocolate chip cookies, and she deals with opposition with a wry sense of humor. She is caught up in a whirlwind known as Trevor Willis, the most eligible non-Mormon bachelor in Portland. He is perfect in every way, but will his secrets be too much for their relationship?
While Jana escapes to the Oregon Coast to make a decision about Trevor, a car accident stirs Jared Carpenter a physical therapist with kind brown eyes who never turns down a homemade meal into the mix. Unknown to Jana, events set in motion six years ago threaten everything she holds dear, and her life depends on one or both of these men. Combining suspense, intrigue, action, and understated humor, this book will keep you turning pages until…

Yes, friends, it actually cuts off in mid sentence.  That cliff-hanger means you are going to have to fork out some money to find out the rest!
Donna's "Author" shot
I'm thrilled for my friend in the publication of her first novel.  It is quite an accomplishment.  Way to go, Donna!

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