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Sisters: Sweethearts or Big Pains in the Hind End? by Alana Lorens | Tender Misdemeanors Book Tour and $15 Amazon GC / eBook #Giveaway | #RomanticSuspense

Tender Misdemeanors by Alana Lorens is on virtual book tour. The romantic suspense stops at Readeropolis with an author guest post...


Tender Misdemeanors by Alana Lorens is on virtual book tour.

The romantic suspense stops at Readeropolis with an author guest post.

Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway for a $15 Amazon gift card or an ebook of Voodoo Dreams (1 winner each) 
and follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).



Sisters: Sweethearts or Big Pains in the Hind End?

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Every little thing that we are wearing…

Who could forget those “such devoted sisters” from White Christmas, with their huge blue feathered fans? (Okay, if you forgot, here’s a clip for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKgLJLNyLyY ) In the story, of course, they’re both tripping over themselves to make sure their sister is happy.

Right.

I’m sure in the moments they DIDN’T show in the film, the sisters were rolling on the floor, pulling each other’s hair, sabotaging each others’ cereal, tattling to Mom about what the other was doing…and so on.

So, sisters can be tricky.

I have three sisters, two I grew up with, and one I didn’t. I even ended up with several stepsisters over the years, some who were Loki Tricksters in disguise, and some who were very ill and I never really got to know.

I was significantly older, so I definitely played momma substitute for most of those growing up years of the first two. My dad was a single dad—odd in the 1970s—and he worked full time, and took his play time seriously, so I did a lot of looking out, housekeeping and made sure no one went to bed bleeding.

Thus was the relationship between Caryn Orlane, heroine of TENDER MISDEMEANORS, and her sister Trescha born. Their father was a cop; mostly what they had on a daily basis was each other. Caryn was always the one who looked out for, cared for and in general, cleaned up after her younger sibling when they grew up in California. 


Now that Caryn works for the Bureau of Land Management in Montana, Trescha followed her to the neighborhood. Little sis works as a waitress, follows the local pagan group, and keeps hoping her Prince Charming will show up. As far as Caryn is concerned, now that they’re both over 21, it shouldn’t be her job to watch over the little bird any more. Time she flew the coop, right?

But it never works that way.

How about you? Do you have a great relationship with your sister? Or is she the bane of your existence? Share about her in the comments!
 

Tender Misdemeanors 
by Alana Lorens 
Genre: Romantic Suspense 


Caryn Orlane has law enforcement in her blood; her father was a cop, and his father, too. She's a federal agent in northwest Montana, protecting the old forests and keeping the peace.

Levi Bradshaw also believes in protecting the forests, but has a very different MO. He's the leader of a group of eco-warriors, determined to save the trees of the Bitterroot by legal—and illegal—means.
When they meet in the woods at gunpoint, their encounter ignites a spark of interest, despite operating on opposite sides of the law. When their worlds turn on them, they only grow closer. If they don't work together, can either survive? 






Alana Lorens (aka Barbara Mountjoy) has been a published writer for over 35 years, including seven years as a reporter and editor at the South Dade News Leader in Homestead, Florida. Her list of publications includes the non-fiction book 101 Little Instructions for Surviving Your Divorce, published by Impact Publishers in 1999, stories in A Cup of Comfort for Divorced Women, in December 2008, and A Cup of Comfort for Adoptive Parents, in June 2009. 





Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!






1 comment

Get carried away with love!