Thursday, June 04, 2020

Handbag and Book with #author Alana Lorens and a #newbook Voodoo Dreams #MFRWauthor

This handbag comes to me from a dear friend who’s been like a mother to me for 40 years. She’s getting older and our visits are becoming few and far between, so this makes me feel like she’s with me all the time. And of course it has cats! 

Laurel Burch’s kitties are definitely distinctive. See more here!  

When her big trial goes bad, corporate attorney Brianna Ward can't wait to get out of Pittsburgh. The Big Easy seems like the perfect place to rest, relax, and forget about the legal business. Too bad an obnoxious--but handsome--lawyer from a rival firm is checking into the same bed and breakfast. Attorney Evan Farrell has Mardi Gras vacation plans too. When he encounters fiery and attractive Brianna, however, he puts the Bourbon Street party on hold. He'd much rather devote himself to her--especially when a mysterious riddle appears in her bag, seeming to threaten danger.
Strangely compelled to follow the riddle's clues, Brianna is pulled deeper into the twisted schemes of a voodoo priest bent on revenge. To escape his poisonous web, she must work with Evan to solve the curse. But is the growing love they feel for each other real? Or just a voodoo dream? 

More about Alana Lorens: Alana Lorens has been a published writer for more than forty years. Currently a resident of Asheville, North Carolina, she loves her time in the smoky blue mountains. One of her novellas, That Girl’s The One I Love, is set in the city of Asheville during the old Bele Chere festival. She lives with her daughter, who is the youngest of her seven children, three crotchety cats, and four kittens of various ages. 

Answer these questions:
Red, White or Blue? Blue
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter? Fall
Chocolate pudding, cake, pie? Pie, of course!
Coffee, Tea, Champagne? coffee
Country music or Michael Buble? Tough one. Garth Brooks and Willie Nelson, yes—Tammy Wynette, no.
Pencil or Pen? pen 

Find Voodoo Dreams at: Amazon
Find Alana Lorens at:Website


Marsha said...

Hey, Vicki. I love the colors in your handbag. And Alana, this seems like a good read. I'll check it out. I've shared. :)

Alana Lorens said...

Thank you, Marsha! Thanks, Vicki, for having me!!

Vicki Batman, sassy writer said...

Hi, Marsha! So nice to see you today.

Hi, Alana! Loverly to have you. Hugs