C.B.Clark Author of Bitter Legacy, A Romantic Suspense

Happy holidays to all!  Give a big welcome to C.B. Clark, author of Bitter Legacy. Have a seat and grab an insulated mug. I’ve got hot chocolate, hot cider and coffee. Choose your pot, they’re labeled. Pick your choice of a Snicker-doodle, Chocolate Chip or Peanut butter cookie from the plate. Yep, I baked them myself. Lets see what  Bitter Legacy is all about.  Thanks for joining us!

Well, C.B. you’ve been here before, so this time tell us Something no one knows about you:

As a child, I devoured all 56 volumes of Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. I even read some twice. My dream was to be just like Nancy and her friends. I’m not a detective, but I do write mysteries. Bitter Legacy is my third romantic suspense novel published by The Wild Rose Press. A fourth book will be out in early 2018.

Oh wow, Ioved Nancy Drew too and Trixie Beldon.  I still have all those well-worn, beloved books sitting on the top shelve of my book cases.  They were wonderful books.

Where can we find you on line C.B.?

Social media links:

Facebook: cbclarkauthor@facebook.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbclarkauthor

Blog: https://cbclarkauthor.wordpress.com

GoodreadsAuthorpage:  https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15029617.C_B_Clark

 Now the Speed Round: Yep, I know torture for a writer!<evil laugh>

Favorite movie: Gone with the Wind

Favorite book: Last one I read

Last book read: The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

Favorite color: orange

Stilettos or flip flops: flip flops

Coffee or tea: Tea

Ebook or audiobook or paperback: paperback

Pencil or pen: pencil

Favorite Song: With You by Charly McLean

Streak or not: Not

Favorite dessert: chocolate cake

Favorite junk food: sunflower seeds

Favorite thing to do to relax: walk my dog

Champagne or gin: gin

Paranormal or Historical: Both

Wonder Woman or Top Model: Wonder Woman

Favorite TV show: Star Trek

Hot or cold: cold

POV: third person

I’d die if I don’t have: red wine

Review or not: review


What is Bitter Legacy about?

Nothing’s more frightening than a woman out for revenge. After a seventeen-year absence, Sharla-Jean Bromley returns to her old hometown determined to spit on her father’s grave and the townspeople who betrayed her. Instead, she ends up in a contest of wills with the all-too-attractive Josh Morgan. When a mad man threatens their very lives, Sharla-Jean and Josh must put aside their distrust for one another and work together to save her father’s legacy and find the passion of a lifetime.


A Peek Between the Pages of Bitter Legacy:

Sharla-Jean Bromley had wanted only two things in life—a red dress and her father’s death. She’d waited years. Hell, she’d prayed for this moment. Why then, wasn’t this a celebration? Why was a ball of acid churning through her stomach? Taking a deep breath, she climbed out of the taxi and smoothed the skirt of her figure-hugging, red, silk dress over her hips.

The crowd of somber mourners stood in clusters on the sweeping steps outside the old stone church under the late-October, overcast sky. The damp air was ripe with the familiar sweet-sour smell of freshly cut Douglas fir. Over the hill behind the church, steam trailed in white plumes from the two lumber-drying kilns at the mill. A wind gusted, marshaling scattered piles of gold and red leaves into the gutter.

Goose bumps riddled her arms, and she fought back a shiver as she strode forward, knees quaking, jostling through the crowd on the wide sidewalk.

A collective gasp filled the air, and her name swept over the mourners in a rising crescendo. “It’s her! Sharla-Jean. Big Jim’s daughter.”

Buy Links:

Amazon, Barnes and Noble,   Kobo , The Wild Rose Press , iTunes 

It was wonderful having you with us today.  Please feel free to stop by anytime. Good Luck with Bitter Legacy!

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