Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Evermore, the third book in the Pike series is published!
On May 23, 2017 my eBook, The Pike: Right to Remain Silent, was added at Amazon.com! And as ever, I have print on demand paperbacks available for your reading pleasure too!
The Pike is a a spinoff series of both Music of the Soul and London Harmony. It follows the playfully evil sisters, Zoey and Eve, as they play matchmaker out of their bakery, The Pike, at Pike Place Market in Seattle.
They watch people of all kinds as they frequent the bakery and decide to have a little mischief and try hooking up people who seem alone.
Each book is part of the overall series but can be read as standalone books.
What happens when you mix the personalities of Na Na Evermore (Nala Dupree), the punk rock queen of Seattle, withe the overly cute anime loving personal assistant, Kitty K-Hue (Karmin Hughes)? The combination is explosive and hilariously addictive.
When the punk rock queen of Seattle, Na Na Evermore, does a broadcast highlighting the Pike Bakery. The mischievous and meddlesome sisters, Eve and Zoey go about nudging her toward the geeky personal assistant assigned to Na Na, Karmin Hughes. Hilarity and romance ensue, and as usual all it takes is just a nudge from everyone’s favorite redheads.
By serendipity or happenstance, it turns out that Na Na (Nala) and Karmin know each other, as they had attended school together. And for Nala, it is a frightening and exciting revelation, having someone who knew who she really was underneath the strong and confident armor of Na Na she wrapper herself in.
Maybe the quirky and adorable Karmin could finally coax Nala out into the light to shine like her alter ego.
The message behind this book is that sometimes you need to remember who you are and how you got to be where you are today. Sometimes you may find that what you've always needed to truly be happy was someone you were afraid to take a chance on until now.
Like a lightning strike, this one hit the shelves running and was in the bestsellers list faster than I could follow. I owe it all to the best readers an author could ever hope for!
And as I always do, I want to send out a platypus awesome heartfelt thanks to all of you. And I want you to know that I love and appreciate any feedback, positive or negative. I also accept space llamas on a paper plate.
I'd love to hear feedback from YOU about the story and characters of The Pike: Evermore. I'd love to discuss the story with you!