Friday, October 8, 2021

Unexpected Connections

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Sue Jaskula will be awarding a $20 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.

Confident and resilient homicide detective Jennifer Scott is instinctively suspicious when her best friend's life is disrupted by the arrival of an unbeknownst twin sister. When a murder coincides with her appearance, the mysterious twin becomes the prime suspect.

 Adding confusion to Jen's organized life is another unexpected intrusion, her handsome and sophisticated new partner, Detective Luke O'Connor. As mischievous as he is charming, chemistry between the two intensifies, threatening Jen's reputation and testing her limitations.

As the murder investigation unfolds, the detectives are forced to back-burner their heated connection while they race against time to figure out what other long-lost family members may be involved, how they're connected to the twins and why they've surfaced now.

Read an Excerpt

His reply was also hushed, but other officers snuck curious glances our way. “Well, you are full of yourself, Detective Scott. I wasn’t hitting on you, I merely shook your hand and re-introduced myself, trying to make the situation between us comfortable since we will be working together. As your new partner, it’s my job to have your back, so to speak, so you have no choice but to have me in your personal space. I also don’t date cops and I would appreciate it if you would keep the “your type” comments to yourself since you know nothing about me, due in part to the fact that you can’t see two feet past your own ego that tells you every good-looking dude who walks by your blonde-haired, blue-eyed, pretty face must want to get into your pants.”

About the Author:
My career has spanned many years in a mix of criminal and civil law and hospital surgical administrative work. Along with my work and life experience, I hold a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and a Creative Writing Certificate both from McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.

I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to take early retirement and pursue a career in writing, a pursuit I have entered into with energy and enthusiasm. I am currently a registered member of Toronto Romance Writers and Crime Writers of Canada.

My husband and I share our home in Grimsby, Ontario, with our youngest daughter, her boyfriend, our dog and two cats. But I spend a great deal of time at our cottage in Kincardine, Ontario near my daughter, son-in-law and first grandson. On these shores of Lake Huron, with some of the best walking trails in the country, my imagination soars and my best stories come to life.

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Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Sue Jaskula said...

Hi Kathy, I love your "about me", music and books are my go-to as well. This is my first virtual tour and I'm very excited to be here. Thanks so much for hosting me today!

Kathy said...

Glad to have you here. I definitely put "Unexpected Connection" on my TBR list.

Kathy said...

Sue, We might have a few things in common but you've been able to achieve what I think of as the ultimate...getting all of your thoughts in a row as well as producing a book from them. Best of luck with your book. Write some more, ok?

Sue Jaskula said...

Awe, that's so sweet. Thank you. My admin career in law and medicine has provided a wealth of plot ideas to write evil doers and their inspiring counterparts! I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to retire early and follow my dream of becoming a published author. Thanks again, Sue

Sue Jaskula said...

I should also add, yes, there are a couple more on the way! Have a great weekend, Sue

Bea LaRocca said...

Happy Friday! I hope that you have enjoyed your book tour and I wish you the best of luck in all of your future endeavors. I have enjoyed reading about you and your work and I am looking forward to reading your stories. Have a great weekend!

Sue Jaskula said...

That's awesome Bea. Thanks so much for stopping by each day and encouraging me. Good luck in the giveaway. Wishing you a great weekend too. It's Thanksgiving weekend up north here. We're at the lake with family, enjoying my favorite football watching, sweater weather amongst the fabulous fall colors.

Kathy said...

Great...write more.

Take care, --kathy