Young Adult fiction Author, Shaw McLeary, returns from Whole Foods to discover her husband, Danny, is gone. So is their stash of cash, his clothes, passport, and her wedding rings. He took off in a hurry and left her behind. While trying to piece it all together Shaw witnesses a cop’s murder in her home. Determined not to become the next victim, she flees. She fears dirty cops are involved in Danny’s disappearance. There’s only one person she can trust to help her – JJ Anderson, Private Investigator. Also, her ex-fiancé.
A retired Phoenix cop turned PI, Shaw hopes JJ will be inclined to take her case. Despite his resentment for how their relationship ended, he agrees to help her track down leads on Danny. They chase the clues from Phoenix to Manhattan to upstate New York. In such close quarters Shaw finds it difficult to maintain a professional distance from her first real love. Then what happens if she finds Danny? Can she still love a man who abandoned her or is she too drawn to fixing her past mistake to let go of JJ again?
My name is Jenn Flynn-Shon and I’m the Author of “Ripple the Twine”, “Trying for the Moon”, “Small but Scrappy: Volume One”, and Randomness and Lunacy (a personal blog documenting all kinds of crazy debauchery that I’ve been involved in over the years).
I’ve been writing since age eleven, or thereabouts, and started exploring the world of fiction writing at age thirteen. My first publication was a poem written for a pop star; it was published under a pen name in Bop Magazine in 1989. Yeah, that’s right.
I’m a two-time winning participant in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo, NaNo) (2009, 2010) and taking part again this year. I’m an active member of the Scottsdale Society of Women Writers, guest blog for Team EcoEtsy, and have been content editing colleague’s fiction and memoir manuscripts for the past year.
When I make time to relax I love to hang out with my husband at our home in Phoenix, AZ, explore the country on road trips, watch my Boston sports teams, share laughs with friends and family, and read everything from blogs to novels. I make a point to write daily, and I’m a shameless self-promoter.