By Luke Griffin of the Bad Luck Cat Mysteries
There are times when working as a Texas game warden isn't too much fun. Like in the scorching heat of a long summer – those days when I think the hair might melt right off my head, it’s so danged hot. Right now, though, I have the windows rolled down in my pickup, and I’m enjoying an amazing springtime breeze and fields full of bluebonnets that bring a big smile to my face.
I want to go pick up my girl (you don’t need to tell Sabrina I called her ‘my girl’, but that’s the way I think of her) and take her for a ride around the Hill Country.
Sabrina’s missing out on an awesome sight while she’s holed up, typing away the hours on the latest book she’s writing. Not that I don’t admire her for taking on such a project, but between the book, her cat Hitchcock, and her Aunt Rowe’s antics, there’s not a lot of time left for me. I’m a guy. I need some attention, right? What was it Toby Keith said in that song? “I wanna talk about me.” Not all the time, but you get my point.
Kay Finch is the National Best-Selling author of the Bad Luck Cat Mysteries by Berkley Prime Crime – Black Cat Crossing and The Black Cat Knocks on Wood. The Black Cat Sees His Shadow is a June 6, 2017 release. Though Kay’s character, Sabrina Tate, has left the paralegal profession behind to move to the Texas Hill Country, Kay still works as a paralegal at a Houston, Texas law firm. She resides in a Houston suburb with her husband and pets.