A small town can be a fishbowl at times, and anyone with secrets to hide might well be "as nervous as a cat in a room full of rockers". But it's compensated for by the caring circle of an extended family.
This is the feeling I was looking for when I wrote Fiona's Knight of Dreams. Fiona is a klutzy, warm-hearted, speak-before-you-think, part-time librarian in the small town of Timber. She's waiting for a knight in shining armor to take her away from her everyday life. But Fiona might find out her knight isn't so far away after all.
Here is the blurb for Fiona's Knight of Dreams, released today. I hope you stop by to say hello and enter to win a prize at Fiona's Facebook release party here.
The good ladies of Timber are ready to find a wife for their new single minister. Charles has ideas of his own when he meets Fiona, the lovely accident-prone and outspoken part-time librarian. Fiona, on the other hand is holding out for a knight on a white charger to carry her away from her humdrum small town life. Fiona and Charles are thrown together as they begin to solve an old mystery which has turned up in a library book. Will Fiona's white knight ever show up to sweep her away? Will Charles ever run out of invitations for cream cakes and lemon slice? Fiona might just discover the sound of hoof-beats when she least expects it.