She'd escaped the lights of Broadway and a bad marriage in New York, to go into business in Goldrush, with her cousin, Jenni. Life was peaceful and simple; that is, until the cast and crew of The Stranger came to town. Soon, Tana is entangled with past scandals, tabloid gossip, and an unwanted attraction to the show's irresistibly handsome leading man, Travis Allen. If that wasn't enough to upend her world, she suddenly finds herself the prime suspect of a bizarre crime committed in their virtually crime free town. Surrounded by dozens of possible suspects and motives, pursued by Travis's attentions, the story-hungry tabloids, a sharp former homicide detective, and her own past, Tana's Rocky Mountain world is shaken to its core. Somehow, for the sake of her home and her very life, she has to find out who really is qThe Stranger in Goldrush.qI was tremendously impressed with Carla#39;s suggestions of what might sell, and I liked the idea of my character being ... Edmond, I thought, for all of his pomposity about theater being the only true craft, would never have been able to keep up.
|Title||:||The Stranger in Goldrush|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2007-10-01|