Saturday, April 11, 2015

J is for Journey's End

**Update - Journey's End is no longer available.  Amber Quill Press met its journey's end on March 30, 2016. While the paperback compilation is out of print, the individual ebooks of Station to Station and Dreams to Sell are still available. The links are in the body of this post. - KC

April 11, 2015
Day 10

The 2015 A to Z Blogging Challenge
Many Sundry Things

J is for Journey’s End


Writer’s need a break, too, you know.

It’s another Saturday so that means it’s straight promo time here at Between the Keys. 
It’s not often I highlight one of my paperbacks, so today is the day.

Journey’s End contains the previously released ebooks Station to Station and Dreams to Sell. Those stories are books seven and eight in the Men of Marionville series. I thought at the time the paperback title might be a bit prophetic - eight stories in a series feels like the maximum amount and that I should be spinning off in different directions. Here we are a few months on and I’m not so sure. One never knows for sure what the Muse will throw at me.

So here’s here’s my J for today: Journey’s End:

Book 7 of the Men of Marionville series 

Scott Thomas welcomes the assignment when he’s is tagged to oversee the new commuter rail line from Easton to Marionville, a high profile project that demands expertise. His love of trains makes him a natural for the job. When a friend invites him on a Mystery Train Dinner Adventure, Scott’s onboard for an evening of fun. Scott gets more than he ever dreamed about when he meets his ideal tall, dark haired stranger on the train.

Dakota Reece views the new commuter rail as the opening he’s needed for him and his brother to build their own firm and future. Planning a start-up company while working on the commuter rail project is hard work and Dakota takes an evening off to relax on the Mystery Train. When the train stops to serve dinner, Dakota is boldly cruised by a fellow passenger. He has to get to know this smart, sexy man and asks Scott to join him for a drink.  

Scott and Dakota hit it off and a quiet cup of coffee leads to unexpected possibilities - and consequences. Their budding relationship could cause a multi-million dollar conflict of interest charge. When Dakota makes a sudden decision to advance his timeline, Scott will do whatever is necessary to keep them together, on track, and avoiding derailment.

Book 8 in the Men of Marionville series

Keith Mitchell needs a new challenge in his life. When an old friend pitches him a business proposition he agrees to pull up stakes and more to Marionville. Keith decides his new house will be in the style he’s always dreamed of having even if he will live in it alone.  

Realtor Terry Stattler has one goal in mind for his clients: find and sell them the house of their dreams. Recently widowed, Terry’s not in the market for companionship, or so he believes. His latest client is handsome, interesting and his age, but is he really ready to love again?

Keith becomes an eager suitor, waging a persistent siege until Terry gives into temptation. When Terry finds the right house for him, Keith redoubles his efforts to win Terry’s heart. After all, what good is the perfect house if the man of your dreams won’t share it with you?

KC Kendricks

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