It’s a romantic mystery, or maybe a mysterious romance. Anyway, it’s sweet and cozy, and a fun read. And it takes place in my hometown of Anchorage, Alaska.
Fireweed is that pink flower on the cover. It blooms in spikes, starting at the bottom and working its way up the stem. Local legend has it that when the blooms reach the top, summer is over. And in this story, summer's end means the heroine has to leave Alaska and go back to her real life. But if she does, an innocent man be be convicted of murder.
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The campaign for AFTER THE FIREWEED will run September 10 through October 10, and I’ll be forever grateful if you check it out. Just click on this link and it will take you to the book on Kindle Scout. Or if you’d rather, paste this https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/1XKEIOIID15T1 into your browser.