I'm making her sound like a bad person. She's not. She thought we were done. And Michael Latimer was a great catch if you go for that bookish professor type. It about broke my heart to watch her walk down the aisle on their wedding day. She looked just like I'd always imagined, but the glow in her eyes wasn't for me.
Now before you go feeling sorry for me, I have to tell you that our relationship is better than ever. What do those romance authors call it? A reunion trope? Yes, I do listen into their book discussions every once in a while. It's fun hanging out with the writers who come to the retreat. Sometimes they even interview me as a possible hero for their next book.
Does that sound crazy or what? It definitely is good for the ego. And Cat? Well, she's amazing. She's always been amazing. I like her friend Shauna too. She moved to Aspen Hills to help Cat open the retreat. Now, she's all about Kevin. I swear there's little birds that circle her head every time she talks about him. I think the guy's a jerk, but it's not my life nor my place to say.
Anyway, we've got guests coming in and I've got to get to Denver to meet their flight. We already had one guest take a cab here because Shauna forgot to tell me she was coming in a day early. That must have been pricey.
I just hope Shauna gets her head on straight soon. We need her to have a successful retreat. Otherwise, I'll be making a bunch of bakery runs for donuts. Love, it makes you crazy sometimes, you know?
See you all later,
Of Murder and Men…. November 28th
Love is in the air in Aspen Hills, and it’s making a terrible mess of Cat Latimer’s writers’ retreat—especially when blood stains the plot . . .
Ever since her business partner, Shauna, fell for a wealthy landowner in town, Cat has been working double time to keep her writers’ retreat running. And with the January session almost underway, that spells trouble. As if scheduling mishaps aren’t disastrous enough, Shauna skips out on kitchen duties one morning, forcing Cat to serve unsuspecting guests store-bought muffins . . .
But best laid plans really go awry when Shauna discovers her beau missing from their bed. When his body later turns up in the horse barn, they quickly find out the victim’s scandalous lifestyle left many dying for revenge. While balancing an eccentric group of aspiring writers and a suspect list for the record books, Cat soon finds herself on the heels of a killer—and authoring her most deadly conclusion yet . . .
Lynn Cahoon is the author of the NYT and USA Today best-selling Tourist Trap cozy mystery series. GUIDEBOOK TO MURDER, book 1 of the series, won the Reader's Crown for Mystery Fiction in 2015. She also pens the Cat Latimer series. A STORY TO KILL, and FATALITY IN FIRELIGHT are available in mass market paperback. She lives in a small town like the ones she loves to write about with her husband and two fur babies. Sign up for her newsletter at www.lynncahoon.com
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