A bride, jail and the man of her dreams: One Night Behind Bars by @melissa_keir #romance


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Title: One Night Behind Bars

Author: Melissa Keir

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Small Town Romance

 

Book Blurb:

A Bride, Jail and the Man of her Dreams…

 

Instead of marrying the man of her dreams, bride-to-be Jeannie Hall spends the night behind bars accused of domestic terrorism. Her groom loses no time marrying someone else. As if this isn’t enough, when she’s cleared of the charges and released, she becomes the target of a vengeful person, and the stakes keep getting higher.

 

Deputy Hank Walker knows the beautiful woman is innocent, but he was forced to do his duty. Determined to find out who set her up, he starts digging deeper and vows to protect the woman who had stolen his heart.

 

Master matchmaker Draikoh San arranges for Jeannie and Hank to have a night to remember, but when a killer comes after them, will the two lovebirds end up wearing body bags or wedding rings?

 

Excerpt:

“A customer…sorta. Maybe this will jog your memory.” The woman swung her arm, flashing a diamond bracelet.

 

The bracelet clicked in her mind, and she recalled helping Clinton pick it out. Her stomach plummeted as the events of her “almost” wedding day flew through her mind. Her happiness faltered.

 

“I can see you’ve realized who I am.” Her shark grin firmly in place, the woman whispered, “I’m Clinton’s wife…not you.”

 

Taking a deep breath, Jeannie let it blow out slowly between her lips. Today was the day she’d dreaded. She was finally face-to-face with the woman who had stolen her dream. “Congratulations.” She forced the words out between tightly closed teeth. “I read in the tabloids about the wedding. Funny how closely your dress resembled my own. So, other than gloating, what brings you in today?”

 

“You’re being very calm for someone who lost the love of her life,” she sneered.

 

“I’ve come to realize Clinton couldn’t have loved me if he married you when I was unavailable for a few hours.” She raised an eyebrow and cocked her head. “Again—can I help you with a purchase?”

 

“Have you really forgotten Clinton’s kisses? His shy laughter? Or are you putting up a front for me?” Susan pointed to Jeannie’s bare finger. “It’s obvious there’s no one else in your life. Maybe you’re still pining for my husband.”

 

Susan clearly had no plans to make a purchase. No longer playing nice, Jeannie gritted her teeth. “My love life isn’t any of your business. If you aren’t here to shop, why are you here?”

 

Susan straightened her shoulders and glared. “Don’t get all snippy with me.”

 

Jeannie refused to rise to the bait, and silence lingered until it became uncomfortable. She had learned to use not talking to her advantage and had all day to wait.

 

 

Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071FFXF5G/

 

 Melissa Keir

 

Author Biography:

Melissa doesn’t believe in down time. She’s always keeping busy. Melissa is a wife and mother, an elementary school teacher, a book reviewer, owner of a publishing company as well as an author. Her home blends two families and is a lot like the Brady Bunch, without Alice. She loves to write stories that feature happy endings and is often seen plotting her next story.

She’d love to hear from you! www.melissakeir.com

 

 

Social Media Links:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/melissaakeir

Facebook Author Page: http://www.facebook.com/authormelissakeir

Facebook Mod Squad (reader group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/281344902289428/

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/melissa_keir

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Keir/e/B0078TCJX2

 

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3 thoughts on “A bride, jail and the man of her dreams: One Night Behind Bars by @melissa_keir #romance

  1. Thank you for sharing my latest book with readers today. I had such fun writing this one because Susan was so evil. She did whatever she wanted and although it seemed horrible at the time, it ended up with a happily ever after!

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