Synopses & Reviews
Life and love have been strained between Rylene Shelton and her partner Kate Elliott. The economy has tanked Rys antique store and the pressures of money and being an ER nurse have taken much of the joie out of Kates vivre.
Hoping to make a few dollars and pay a bill or two, Ry lugs home purchases from an estate sale, realizing too late that shes picked up a box the seller wanted to keep. That saying about cats and curiosity? When Ry finds a pistol in the box that saying may well come true.
If they want to survive, two women must discover that the real treasures in life arent measured in dollar signs in this long awaited novel from treasured storyteller Frankie J. Jones.
About the Author
Frankie J. Jones, who also writes as Megan Carter, is an award-winning artist and freelance nature photographer. Her hobbies include woodworking, metal detecting and genealogy. She likes to rummage through flea markets and junk shops looking for items that need to be repaired. Frankie is also a freelance nature photographer. Her hobbies include woodworking, metal detecting and genealogy.