Pacific Breeze Hotel

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Samhain Publishing, Jun 27, 2006 - Fiction - 73 pages
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Detective Sean O’Rourke experiences the seedier side of life in 1940’s Los Angeles when he falls for Felicia Avery, a beautiful actress in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Felicia Avery arrived in Hollywood with dreams of succeeding in the movie business. But now a powerful movie producer is dead and someone is stalking Felicia through the sunny boulevards and dark alleys of Los Angeles. Her dreams of stardom shattered by scandal, Felicia finds solace in the arms of a handsome detective. Can he protect her from the unknown assailant? Or are her days in Hollywood numbered?

Felicia and Sean’s story crackles with romantic tension as they fight their attraction to each other while staying one step ahead of a cunning murderer.

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
70
Section 3
71
Section 4
77
Section 5
78
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About the author (2006)

Ever since I was a small child, I’ve had my nose stuck in a book. Nothing in my childhood world compared to a visit to the library, since I yearned to spend every waking moment exploring the treasured books that lined the shelves.

I began writing stories and poems when I received my first diary at the age of nine. Through the years I’ve filled many journals with scribbles, drawings and observations. In college I studied history and archaeology as I pursued my dream of becoming an explorer of lost civilizations. I didn’t become the next Indiana Jones, but I never lost my love of writing.

These days, I’m a wife, mother, elementary teacher, and writer. I share my busy life with my husband Rick, our son Sean, and a cat named Frodo.

Pacific Breeze Hotel is my fourth published book.

My work has appeared in the Adirondack Review, Adoption Week, Anotherealm, Cold Glass Magazine, E Street Journal, Long Story Short, Millennium Shift, Nuvein Magazine, Tapestry, and The Harrow.

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