What a great Christmas present I found under the tree this morning. Okay, it wasn’t exactly under my tree. In fact, it wasn’t even in Florida. Or the U.S.A. But it’s still a great present! Rosie Amber’s lovely review of The Emissary. Hope you’ll check it out when you have a moment. My heartfelt thanks to Rosie for this, and for everything she does to support writers everywhere! Merry Christmas, All!
The Emissary is a spin-off novella from the Riverbend romantic mystery series.
Jake is a big-rig lorry driver travelling the roads between Florida and Georgia. Recently he picked up Hunter Painter, and saved him from an attempt to take his own life. He then returned Hunter to his family who had never given up hope that, one day, he would come home.
But Jake is in trouble with ‘the boss’. He’s made some rookie mistakes, but the training was sparse and hurried; who can blame him? He’s given a second chance and sent on the road again.
The twist is that Jake is no ordinary truck driver. He’s an emissary, working for the over-worked Angel Azrael. His job? Helping troubled souls.
This is a lovely addition to the Riverbend stories. The characters were easy to…
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