winding road redemption series
CREDIBLE ALIBI (#2) // Harlequin Intrigue
Releasing: July 2019
Who knew a man from her past…
would save her from an unpredictable future?
Just as innkeeper Madeline Nash is wrongly accused of a crime, former lover Julian Mercer unexpectedly shows up and lies to give her an alibi. As Julian’s deceit draws him into the dangers and mysteries of Madi’s troubled past, their romance rekindles. Nothing can keep him from protecting the woman he never forgot—not even bullets.
PRAISE & REVIEWS
“Exciting and fun! It was like watching an action movie. I don’t normally like romantic suspense, but I found myself rooting for the main couple and really digging the ending!! Can’t wait for the next book in the Winding Road Redemption series!!!” - Amazon Review
“Nail biting tension/suspense greets you in the beginning and follows Madi and Julian throughout the story. Loved Julian who is determined to protect Madi, but he sure takes a licking, but keeps on ticking! Intrigue that draws you through a maze of twists, turns, and surprises leaving you reading into the wee hours of the morning.” - Goodreads Review
“Read this book in a day! Couldn't put it down! I really enjoyed Madi and Julian as well as all of the other characters. The plot kept me intrigued and interested up until the end.” - Amazon Review
“Usually, starting a new book after dinner is no big deal. I read a few chapters and head off to bed at a reasonable hour. Not with this book. Credible Alibi had me turning pages even as my eyes drooped from exhaustion and my (sensible) brain screamed at me to turn out the light and go to sleep. It didn't happen. Like the popular Sheldon Cooper meme on Facebook, I didn't need sleep; I needed answers.” - Goodreads Review
CREDIBLE ALIBI TEASE
“Julian, I’m the only one who knew the gun was here,” she cried. Her body stiffened. She raised her head. “I know everything keeps pointing to me but I swear I didn’t kill her. I swear it!”
Julian leaned forward and pressed a kiss onto her forehead.
“I know you didn’t do it,” he assured her. “But you weren’t the only one who knew where the gun was. Someone else had to have known. And if you didn’t tell anyone where you put it, then—”
“Then someone must have followed me.”
Julian tried not to let his body tense. He nodded, gaze sweeping the trees around them.
“But why?” she asked into his chest.
More than anything Julian wished he could give her an answer. He wished he could make it all better. Assuage her worries and take her to bed and give her some pleasure in place of the pain that seemed to keep finding its way to her.
But, instead, he was about to invite more worry and pain.