Today I'm pleased to welcome author Jan Sikes as she celebrates the release of The Edge of Too Late. Jan lives in north Texas, and aside from her busy writing career, she is an accomplished musician.
Her new book is the fifth in the Harbor Pointe series. Each book in the series is a standalone, but all eight books share three elements:
- The story takes place in the fictional town of Harbor Pointe.
- The story has a lighthouse, and
- There's mention of the Hawthorne family who helped build the town.
If you're looking for an exciting read, I highly recommend The Edge of Too Late. It will keep you on your toes! And - today is the Release Day!
What's the point of having it all when you have no one to share it with?
Brandon Miller has his dream job, financial security, and he's madly in love. Only one thing is missing—a commitment.
Angela Cooper's ex-husband left her with deep scars, souring her on the concept of marriage. She's not interested in a do-over. Not with Brandon or anyone. Her heart is locked securely away behind a thick wall.
With a ring in his pocket and hope in his heart, Brandon arranges a romantic getaway to the historic Harbor Pointe Inn, where he plans to pop the question. Before they reach the inn, Angela's got her camera in hand and ghosts on her mind. But they arrive to find a much more tangible horror.
Accident or foul play?
Someone is up to no good, and Angela is the next target. When suspects can be worldly or otherworldly, danger and secrets lurk everywhere. Poised at the perilous edge of too late, Angela and Brandon face the fight of their lives.