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Pins and Needles is Coming in July, 2017!

This story's been through so many iterations... I think I've written over 400k words trying to get it right. It went from contemporary, to murder mystery, to paranormal, back to murder mystery, and finally ended at suspense:)
So excited to share the un-official (editors make me less long-winded) blurb:
Nate Delany is eager to show his father he’s a capable trial lawyer, but after two years at his father’s firm, he learns that his supervisor has been sabotaging his career and passing Nate’s work off as his own. When his father refuses to listen to him, Nate walks away. After two months in the hospital, the last thing former petroleum engineer Sean Wilkinson wants to deal with is the settlement offer the oil company keep trying to force on him. He’ll never be able to work in the career he’d counted on, his education is all but worthless, and his surgeons are pessimistic about whether or not he’ll ever walk again. He needs someone in his corner, but most lawyers take one look at h…

Pins and Needles and Demon Pastry Chefs, oh my....

Note: This post was supposed to have published last night, but I must have done something wrong because it didn't go public, and instead my blog feed got all screwy. So, for any email subscribers who received an old post, I am very sorry! I messed up:) Hopefully I've got this Blogger thing figured out now!


Pins and Needles Is Finished!!! Yes, I am finally back to writing! Being uprooted every couple of years makes my depression and anxiety worse. I used to be able to bounce back after a month or two; this time it took almost 10 months and some soul searching. 
And two complete rewrites of Pins and Needles, because it turned out my hero Sean was totally in love with his adoring best friend. I was trying to push him into an enemies to lovers plot with a cop, and he wasn't having it.
While the manuscript is still under consideration with Dreamspinner, here's the tentative blurb:
Nate Delany is eager to show his father he’s a capable trial lawyer, but after two years at his…