Welcome to book nine of the Thurston Hotel romance series.

One of the fun things about a series written with other authors is the comradeship that grows as we get to know each other better. I met author Suzanne Stengl many, many moons ago through CaRWA, the Romance Writers of America Calgary AB chapter.

Suzanne and I initially worked together in 2012 on the Bandit Creek series, and now again on the Thurston Hotel series. And that brings me to Mrs. Arbuckle—or as she’s known by the people of Harmony—Mrs. A.

During the developmental stage of the series, Suzanne came up the idea of writing a scene for each author’s book that leads in to the plot in her book, The Thurston Heirloom. In Love Under Construction, Mrs. Arbuckle was on the search for a PI to find her good friend’s long estranged daughter.

Quickie Q&A with Suzanne Stengl:

Chocolate, kraft caramels, or ice cream? Chocolate (dark).

Coffee, tea, or wine? Latte with a shot of caramel.

Star Trek, Fifty Shades of Grey, or We’re the Millers? I will boldly go with Star Trek!

Sweats, blue jeans, or a skirt? Blue jeans.

Sleeping, massage, or a beach vacation? zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

The Thurston HeirloomAbout the book:

It was time to move on. Time to start over.

Mariah Patrick, Jill-of-all-trades and recently dumped by her fiancé, has decided to leave town. She wasn’t marriage material. Better to learn that now, than later. With her debts finally paid, she has enough money for a Greyhound ticket south, and a peanut butter sandwich.

The funny thing is, once she arrives in Harmony, the town looks so welcoming—and familiar. Almost as if she’s been here before.

Teague Farraday, businessman, owner of Mountain Jewel Sports, and mountain guide—mostly, mountain guide—watched as the young woman stepped down from the bus. She had reddish brown hair, and lots of it. Creamy white skin, and tired eyes. And he—

He had a feeling he knew her, from somewhere. Somehow. But even if he didn’t, he was going to meet her now.

You can find out more about THE THURSTON HEIRLOOM at the Thurston Hotel website.

Come back next Thursday to find out about book 10 in the series. Until then, happy reading!

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