Book Spotlight & Giveaway~ Way to Go
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Way to Go by Mandy Colton
Gathering up the remains of her dignity along with her travel bags, she returns to her hometown in
. A community similar to a
progressive Mayberry, except with golf cart paths and carts. A lot of them. Her
family is kooky. The parents are sexually free and liberal, her brother is a
golf cart cop with more good looks and brawn than brains. Her grandparents, one
from each side, live in the same retirement community and maintain a constant
battle while entertaining the other senior citizens. The Grandmother on her
dad's side is stuck in the 1960’s, and the Grandfather on her mother's side
served in WWII and thinks that the Japanese are still trying to kill him. Peachtree City, Georgia
She calls inquiring about a job in the newspaper, a group escort for a small tour company in
. She is hired immediately and
leaves the next day with her first group to Atlanta . First, she meets a handsome pilot
with the charter airline they use, and then there is one unusual group
participant that doesn’t seem to belong. He leaves the group for periods of
time and when things happen, he uses MacGyver like skills to get them out of
the situations. She is aggravated and knows something is fishy and the bad
thing is, the man is very charismatic and she’s not just a little attracted to
Upon their return, she finds out that the man is friends with her rather unconventional boss and after a second unusual group excursion to
Puerto Rico; she knows for sure that the little tour company in is not really what it seems on the
outside. When the truth is revealed, she finds herself unintentionally dropped
into a new career that she can't exactly add to her resume. Atlanta
Veronica finds herself in uncomfortable and hilarious situations, surrounded by crazy tour participants, family, friends, neighbors, and pets. After a long dry spell, she finds that there is suddenly an overabundance of romance, drama, and intrigue in her life. Her life is now a sometimes very bumpy, yet exciting ride.
I was dreaming about Gremlins, an old movie I’d watched years ago as a kid. The little critters in the movie were really cute, until they got wet and then multiplied and wreaked havoc. Somehow they’d gotten in my head and dragged a hot tub in with them, having some twisted version of a frat party. That’s when my dream turned into a nightmare—fur balls popped as the creatures multiplied, wiggling and wallering around squealing. All the bouncing around and commotion started to nauseate me. My subconscious pleaded with me to wake up and just make it stop.
When I finally opened one eye and turned to look at the clock, a line of drool followed me. I smacked at my lips, grimacing at the strange taste in my mouth, and looked down at my pillow. Yuck. I seriously slobbered in my sleep?
Nice, Lane. Can’t wait to look in the mirror.
I swiped my hand across my mouth and slowly opened the other eye. Looking down, I waited a few seconds for my vision to clear. No nightgown. Drooling and naked. Not good signs. Blinking a few times, I looked around the room.
I closed my eyes and declared in my head that I was still having a nightmare. I would open them again and just be curiously sitting here naked with a hangover. That’s all. One, two, three…
I opened one eye. Aww, fuck—I mean, fudge. What did I do? Uhn…probably did just that.
There was a man in my bed.
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
is from Colton , and lives a very quiet life with her husband and
teenage son. She’s a fan of romance, fun adventure stories, and some occasional
sci-fi or paranormal thrown in. Louisville, KY Veronica Lane and the idea for her adventures came from her own
experiences and career working in the travel industry.
She claims that working in the travel business could be horribly stressful but was equally laugh-out-loud funny at times. She enjoyed many priceless and comical experiences with groups, friends, and peers. Even her clients shared humorous adventures of their own. Her opinion is that there just are no better stories than those that involve true life.
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