Dianna Wilkes Announces Release of Towne Square

Posted February 6, 2018 by RABTBookTours

New Romantic Suspense Novel "He was looking for love and caught the eye of a killer."

Romantic Suspense

Book Details:

Jamie Danvers is making a fresh start on Providence Island—a home, good friends, and a challenging career. Her boss, Dana Canfield, believes in her, something Jamie hasn't experienced for a long time. Falling in love with architect Rhys McCall wasn't in her plan, especially since he's Dana's son. Can she trust her instincts that Rhys might be the One?

Workaholic Rhys McCall put off having a personal life for too long. Jamie's beauty catches his interest but it's her clever mind and quick wit that keeps him on his toes. He's ready to believe in Forever After. But the path to love isn't that easy.

A killer roams the streets of PI. He's murdered two people already, and Rhys appears to be next in his sights. Or has a new threat come to PI? Until Rhys discovers who's targeting him, he can't put Jamie's life at risk even if it means losing her love.

About the Author:

Dianna Wilkes is the author of the Providence Island mystery series. Reading has always been an important part of her life. "I learned to read when I was four years old. Writing my own stories seemed a natural progression." A West Virginia native now living in Delaware, Dianna has a B.A.in Visual Communication and a M.Ed.in Instructional Technology and works as an Education Consultant. Despite all that nerdy stuff, she loves creating stories of romance and mystery with touches of humor.

When she isn't writing or working, Dianna is deep in researching various twigs and branches on her family tree or fulfilling entries on her travel bucket list.

For More information on Towne Square: http://booklaunch.io/rabtbooktours/towne-square
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Last Updated February 8, 2018