Taylor Hodges, field producer of Hollywood’s hottest reality show, Marry Me, hires Larabee Investigations after someone tries to kill her while scouting next season’s filming location in Arizona. Maxine Larabee hopes solving the celebrity’s case might end her company’s financial struggle, and at the same time prove to her lead investigator, Jace Atmore, she has what it takes to be a good detective.
But she has a bigger problem than just trying to prove her investigative abilities to a man with whom she’s attracted and probably falling for. The strongest lead in Taylor’s case trails straight to an ex-contestant of Marry Me, Lemon Beauchamp, a woman who’s engaged to His Royal Highness Prince Dante of Monterra.
Getting to question her might be more difficult than keeping Taylor alive, or getting Jace’s respect.
Thanks for stopping by today Debra!
What inspired your story?
I love to write mysteries, so when I had the chance to write a story in the same world as Sariah Wilson’s Royal’s book, I jumped at the chance. I knew I wouldn’t be able to write a princess story, but I imagined what a non-royal’s life might be like. So I took the most disliked character and brought her to life in my story.
If you traveled to Monterra, how would you meet the Royal family?
If I were to go to Monterra, I’d be going as a private investigator to help one of the Royal’s deal with a problem their own security couldn’t get a grasp around.
Do you have any tips on how to make a prince fall in love with a commoner?
One tip to get a prince to fall in love with a commoner would be just to have that first interaction and let your dazzling personality and beauty beguile him.
Can a woman engaged to a royal prince get away with murder? Clearing Lemon Beauchamp, a woman who’s engaged to His Royal Highness Prince Dante of Monterra, isn’t as easy when all leads point to her.
About the author:
Debra “DJ” Erfert, a winner of a 2017 Kindle Scout campaign, has authored five published novels, three novellas, and one Kindle World’s novella, and several short stories. She writes what her alter-ego dictates. Maybe it’s her super-ego. In her Window of Time series, Lucy is fearless and strong and has a secret power—all qualities Debra envies. In real life, spiders terrify her, which is why they appear on a regular basis in her books. “Confront your fears, and have your characters squish them!” https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00LMM63M4
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